Machine Learning Operations (MLOps) have become increasingly important in recent years as organizations look to integrate machine learning models into their operations. In this blog post, we will discuss the Top 15 MLOps and Computer Vision conferences for computer vision engineers to attend in 2023!
1. World AI Cannes Festival
Location: Cannes, France
Dates: February 9th — 11th
The World AI Cannes Festival is a marketplace event for decision-makers, industry leaders, and AI innovators to share solutions and insights for creating a purposeful AI world and scaling their businesses. The event features hundreds of talks, showcases, performances, and networking opportunities, with the top 100 influential industry leaders and AI innovators sharing their visionary solutions and tangible advice. The festival serves as a platform to connect decision-makers with the top 200 AI players to source the newest and most sought-after technologies. The event aims to be the #1 marketplace dedicated to AI and a unique opportunity to scale up businesses and strategies to the next level. The festival’s second edition promised, and was an unparalleled experience in the vibrant future of AI.
2. Computer Vision Summit
Locations & Dates:
- March 23, 2023: Tel Aviv, Israel
- April 26–27, 2023: San Jose, California, USA
- October 5, 2023: Berlin, Germany
- October 19, 2023: Boston, Massachusetts, USA
- November 9, 2023: London, United Kingdom
The Computer Vision Summit brings together global innovators to bridge the gap between research and practical application of intelligent vision technologies. Over 250 leaders from companies such as Airbus, AstraZeneca, Nike, and Oculus gather to explore novel applications, scalable infrastructures, and engineering solutions. Discussions cover topics ranging from building better data engines, optimizing machine learning life-cycles, and deploying and scaling vision systems from the ground up. Attendees can network with peers, learn about new innovations, and get practical advice to overcome roadblocks on their journey to production. The summit aims to equip participants with the tools required to go from boardroom concepts to global impact.
Location: San Francisco, United States
Dates: October 19th
The MLConf machine learning conference is attended by professionals from various industries and professions to keep up with the latest applications of machine learning techniques and practices. The conference brings together communities to explore recent advances in algorithms, tools, and platforms for solving complex problems involving large, noisy datasets. Each event is a single-day, single-track event with 14–16 presentations from speakers in various industries, research, and universities. The goal of this format is for attendees to take home practical tips, methods, and cited papers to apply in their own work.
4. Edge Computing Expo
Location: Santa Clara, United States
Dates: May 17th — 18th
The Edge Computing Expo is an event that focuses on edge platforms, digital twin, robotics, computer vision, and future progressions. Edge computing has become an essential component of every business’s IT strategy, enabling operational efficiency, automation, and reducing latency. Attendees can explore edge computing as a fundamental building block of a multilayered tech strategy. They will learn about how innovative use cases across industries have delivered business success, using AI to enhance the capabilities of edge devices, and proven pathways for migrating workloads between cloud and edge architectures. The event is an opportunity for forward-thinking and dynamic enterprises to gain knowledge and insights into the latest trends, technology, and innovations in edge computing.
5. Embedded Vision Summit
Location: Santa Clara, United States
Dates: May 22nd — 24th
The Embedded Vision summit focuses on the adoption of computer vision and edge AI technology in product development. The event attracts a global audience of technology professionals from companies developing computer vision and edge AI-enabled products such as embedded systems, cloud solutions, and mobile applications. The Summit’s mission is to inspire and empower product creators to incorporate AI and vision technology into new products and applications. The summit offers learning opportunities for attendees through over 100 expert speakers who actively work in the industry and present on the latest applications, techniques, technologies, and opportunities in computer vision and visual AI.
6. MLOps World
Location: Texas, United States
Dates: June 7th — 10th
MLOps World is a conference series that focuses on machine learning operations. The conference features keynote speakers, panel discussions, and workshops on a range of topics related to MLOps. Attendees can expect to learn about computer vision applications in various industries, including healthcare, finance, and retail. The conference aims to help businesses leaders to have direct contact with consultants, experts, potential new hires, and clients, while data practitioners can fast-track their learning process with access to relevant use-cases, quality speakers, and instructors to build their network. Initially created by the Toronto Machine Learning Society (TMLS), the initiative aims to unite and support the wider AI ecosystem, including academics, practitioners, and contributors to open-source communities.
7. The Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference (CVPR)
Location: Vancouver, Canada
Dates: June 18th — 22nd
CVPR is the primary annual event for computer vision professionals, consisting of a conference and multiple workshops and short courses. This year, it will be a single-track event, with plenary talks, poster sessions, and networking opportunities. All papers will be presented at a poster session, with plenary oral talks for award candidates. The virtual platform will have videos, posters, and chat rooms for every paper, and all plenary events will be streamed. The CVPR 2023 Expo will be held at the Vancouver Convention Centre in Canada and will focus on networking, recruiting, learning, and reconnecting. The conference will cover various topics related to computer vision, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.
8. The AI Summit London
Location: London, United Kingdom
Dates: June 14th-15th
The AI Summit London is a two-day conference that brings together technology professionals and business leaders to explore the practical applications of AI. With a focus on real-world use cases, the event provides unparalleled opportunities for learning, networking, and deep-dive discovery. The conference features over 100 expert speakers who will discuss the latest techniques, technologies, and opportunities in AI, covering topics such as AI Accelerator Hub, AI at Scale Stage, Diversity In AI Stage, Industries Stage, and others. Attendees will be able to connect with members of the London tech scene, network with other AI professionals, and acquire with the contacts and expertise required to propel AI in their organization.
9. ICML (The Fortieth International Conference on Machine Learning)
Location: Hawaii, United States
Dates: July 23rd-29th
The International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML) is a premier academic conference in the field of machine learning, and is one of the three main conferences of high impact in the field of artificial intelligence. It is renowned for presenting and publishing innovative research on all aspects of machine learning, as well as closely related areas such as artificial intelligence, statistics, and data science. The conference covers important application areas such as machine vision, computational biology, speech recognition, and robotics. ICML is one of the fastest-growing artificial intelligence conferences in the world, bringing together professionals from diverse backgrounds including academic and industrial researchers, entrepreneurs, engineers, graduate students, and postdocs.
10. AI Hardware & Edge AI Summit
Location: Santa Clara, California
Dates: September 12th — 14th
The AI Hardware & Edge AI Summit brings together industry professionals to discuss the design and deployment of ML hardware and software infrastructure across the cloud-edge continuum. The summit offers a combination of technical content and networking opportunities, enabling attendees to meet interesting customers and exchange ideas to improve the technology. The AI Hardware Summit is particularly beneficial for people interested in AI Hardware, as it provides a platform for discussing advanced use cases and exchanging ideas to enhance the industry. The conference also emphasizes the importance of effective partnership models for optimizing edge computing and leveraging AI to increase the performance of edge devices.
11. Edge Computing Expo Europe
Location: Rai, Amsterdam
Dates: September 26th — 27th
The Edge Computing Expo aims to help enterprises realize the true potential of edge computing, with over 6,000 visitors attending. Edge computing is becoming a crucial component of businesses’ IT strategies, enabling operational efficiency and automation while reducing latency. The conference sessions are aimed at technology professionals making investment and strategy decisions, as well as those executing pioneering projects within their organizations. Attendees will learn about the importance of edge computing as a key pillar in a convergent technology strategy, business wins enabled by the intelligent edge, effective partnership models, using AI to increase performance of edge devices, and creating best practice roadmaps for cloud-to-edge architectures.
12. ICCV (International Conference on Computer Vision)
Location: Paris, France
Dates: October 2nd — 6th
ICCV is a leading international computer vision event that includes a main conference, workshops, and tutorials. ICCV 2023 will bring together over 6,000 members of the computer vision and machine learning community, including students, researchers, engineers, entrepreneurs, investors, and thought leaders (yes, funnily both ICCV & the Edge Computing Expo Europe have 6,000 members). The event will take place in Paris and will focus on AI for scene understanding, pattern recognition, image processing, and more. ICCV 2023 is a unique opportunity to connect, recruit, get inspiration, and inspire while discovering the latest ideas and innovations in the community. Organizations interested in building their brand can explore exhibition and sponsorship opportunities. ICCV’s previous event in 2019 in Seoul attracted over 7,500 attendees and 70 exhibitors from various industries and regions.
13. World Summit AI
Location: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Dates: October 11th — 12th
The world’s largest AI summit brings together the global AI ecosystem of Enterprise, Big Tech, Startups, Investors and Science to tackle the most pressing AI issues and set the global AI agenda. The two-day event includes innovation, discussions on AI ethics and AI4good, solutions for enterprise, workshops, knowledge-sharing, networking, and entertainment. The event features plenary sessions with world leaders, table-talks for peer-to-peer solutions, masterclass sessions with world-leading speakers, workshops, and AI-powered matchmaking for curated 121 meetings.
14. RE-Work Berlin AI Summit
Location: Berlin, Germany
Dates: October 17th — 18th
The RE-Work Berlin AI Summit unites academia and industry to examine technology advancements and real-world case studies in AI application, providing practical solutions for business and societal challenges. Attendees can learn from leading researchers in MLOps, including pipeline efficiency, scaling model inference, and managing ML model portfolios. The summit will feature trends in MLOps such as agile management, end-to-end delivery, and reducing operational complexity. The event will also share best practices for designing and managing the ML production process through automating lifecycles for training and testing datasets.
15. NeurIPS (Thirty-seventh Conference on Neural Information Processing System)
Location: New Orleans, United States
Dates: December 10th — 16th
The Neural Information Processing Systems Foundation hosts an annual interdisciplinary academic conference that aims to foster research advances in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, and includes topics in fields such as cognitive science, psychology, computer vision, statistical linguistics, and more. NeurIPS, formerly known as NIPS, is a machine learning and computational neuroscience conference held every December Founded in 1987, where attendees can expect to gain insights, knowledge, and connections in the field of AI and Machine Learning from a diverse range of experts and participants through a series of tutorials, and topical workshops.
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Authors: Arianna Bakker, Botty Dimanov