What is AiCon?
AiCon2023 consists of a physical and a virtual event. C-Level, Global AI Hub and ai planet invite to the «Digital Talent Summit 2023» on May 25 and on June 22 the Canton of Schwyz, the Canton of Zurich and C-Level invite to the «AI Strategy Forum» at the Hotel Seedamm Plaza in Pfäffikon.
The Canton of Schwyz is the host and organizer of AiCon2023. Together with its partners, it invites 200 decision-makers from the most prominent Swiss companies and selected Schwyz and Zurich SMEs to the AI Strategy Forum at the Hotel Seedamm Plaza on June 22. Representatives from politics and research will join them. Current developments from the world of artificial intelligence will be discussed in panel discussions with experts and executives, as well as inspiring keynotes from top-class speakers. A premiere will be the presentation of the «Swiss C-Level AI Study»: the leading Swiss top manager community C-Level surveys more than 180 selected executive board members of the largest Swiss companies about their experiences in the use of AI, untapped potential, and hurdles in the use of the technology and the hottest trends. Another highlight will be the first-ever AI Corporate Awards.
The AI Strategy Forum is not a public event. Tickets cannot be purchased.
The global AI community will meet on May 25 for the virtual Digital Talent Summit 2023. C-Level, Global AI Hub, and ai planet will activate their vast network from their years of experience in the field of artificial intelligence and bring together the talents of tomorrow with the leaders of today. The thematic focus will be AI professionals, their education, and their expectations for tomorrow’s world of work. In addition, the results of the «Global Talent Survey» will be presented, and the Digital Talent Award will be given.
The Digital Talent Summit is a public event.
The best moments of AiCon2022
AiCon brings together the most important AI players in Switzerland. It pools the forces of this highly important technology of the future and shows where this exciting journey will lead.Guy Parmelin, Federal Councillor, Head of the Department of Economic Affairs, Education and Research