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AIQ CEO: "We feel that vision tech is going to come to a point that it will replace our day-to-day behaviours."
"I think there’s more opportunity than just replacing fireworks."
The acquisition will help to simplify the event- and show-planning processes for clients.
“Asia is home to over half the world’s 'digital population'. So, it's a massive opportunity for us."
Xi Jinping is committed to making Chinese AI the envy of the world by 2030.
More venues and hotels are aiming to implement automated booking processes.
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Facial recognition used to register more than 40,000 delegates at China's largest cloud computing event.
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Marketers must evaluate the rising cost of new tech tools against actual value.
Improved connectivity is taking live-streaming beyond the ballroom, transforming events with its incredible ability to achieve reach and scale.
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Events industry embracing tech tools from other sectors.