The second Global Artificial Intelligence Summit will take place in Riyadh from September 13 to 15. The Saudi Press Agency reported that the Saudi Authority for Data and Artificial Intelligence for Data and Artificial Intelligence is hosting the summit, with the theme "Artificial Intelligence for the Good of Humanity," and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who serves as the organization's board of directors chairman, is serving as its sponsor.
The King Abdulaziz International Conference Center will host the gathering. According to Arab News, Dr. Abdullah Al-Ghamdi, the president of SDAIA, said that the crown prince’s patronage raises the summit’s status and importance locally, regionally and internationally. “It has become clear that artificial intelligence techniques have begun to be used in our daily lives and will have a significant impact in all aspects of life, so the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has set the visions of this modern technical field within the objectives of its Vision 2030,” he said.
“This global summit will seek to become a major world forum in the field of artificial intelligence, after the success achieved in the first summit held in 2020,” he added.
Al-Ghamdi also stated that the summit will cover all topics relating to AI technologies and that experts, specialists, senior government officials, and the biggest global technology corporations will all be in attendance. Various presentations will be conducted emphasizing the newest research and technology, while attendees will also share skills, and explore investment opportunities.
With "more than 100 speakers from around the world under one roof in Riyadh, specialized in artificial intelligence," he claimed that the Global Artificial Intelligence Summit is also a chance for specialists and interested parties to profit from the meeting.
The summit will cover several subjects that demonstrate the effects of AI on the most significant industries, including smart cities, human capacity development, health care, transportation, energy, culture and heritage, environment, and more. The first Global Artificial Intelligence Summit, which lasted two days and featured more than 200 experts and decision-makers, drew more than 13,000 attendees. More than 5 million people viewed the conference on social media.