After the great success of the Malta AI Blockchain Summit last November, yet another highly promising meeting, attended by prestigious speakers, is now being organised for next May, one which should exceed the expectations of the previous one.
The Malta AI & Blockchain Summit (AIBC) will be held on May 23rd and 24th and is expected to be attended by 5000 delegates, 7700 investors, 300 exhibitors and representatives of at least 100 startups in the AI and DLT sector.
The meeting will take place at the Hilton St Julian, a luxurious venue suitable for this type of meeting.
In addition to the Summit, Malta AI also organises other high-level meetings throughout the year which, under the auspices of the Knights of Blockchain, see the involvement of many executives and entrepreneurs from all economic sectors. In recent months, in fact, events have been held in Tel Aviv, Manila and, next week, in Stockholm.
“We are moving beyond the hype by discussing not only Blockchain but also AI, Quantum Tech, Big Data, and IoT this year. Before the big show in Malta in November we are also hosting a number of networking dinners across the world. Wining and dining goes a long way! I strongly believe that business is not made between companies, it is made between people,” said Eman Pulis, Founder of the Malta AI & Blockchain Summit.
The success of the initiative is also underlined by the fact that almost all the spaces have been sold and less than a quarter of them remain available.
The keynote speakers include famous venture capitalist Tim Draper, Roger Ver, Ben Parr, co-founder of Octane AI and co-author of Captivology, Patrick Chang, Tone Vays, a well-known blockchain and bitcoin guru and researcher, and Brock Pierce.
The spring edition also includes some social events, such as dinners, parties and an STO Battle, which will see for the first time protagonists the Security Token Offerings, all in the beautiful setting of the warm Mediterranean island.