You will have to wait to receive an email saying if you were accepted. This email should come within 24-48 hours from when you applied. Once you get the acceptance email, it will give you a code and link to complete registration & purchase your pass. If you do not receive the email within 2 business days, try checking your spam folder. If it still isn’t there, contact [email protected].
Do I need to apply – and get accepted – to attend the conference?
Yes, you must apply to attend the conference so that we can ensure the best quality networking for our attendees. Once you apply for the conference, you should receive a response via email within 24-48 hours. Applications can be found here: ai4.io/application-attendee.
Will the media be present at the event?
What is the cancellation policy?
Requests for full cancellation must be received by Ai4 in writing PRIOR TO August 1, 2020 and will be subject to a $50 processing fee per registration. Refunds/Credits will NOT be given to no-shows. Refunds will not be granted AFTER August 1, 2020, but the registration may be transferred to a future event or to a suitable colleague (more on that below). Send refund requests to [email protected]
Registrations may be transferred from one party to another party prior to August 21, 2020. After August 20, 2020 no attendee substitutions will be allowed. All substitution requests will be processed within 5 business days. Substitutions between ticket types is not allowed, e.g., transferring an attendee pass to a vendor. Send transfer requests to [email protected]
Talks and presentation slides are shared after the conference with registered attendees only. With that said, please note that Ai4 can only guarantee 80% or more of the recordings will be made available.
Do you have discounted rates for hotels?
Yes! Stay in our room block at the MGM Grand for discounted rates as well as the most convenient access to the conference: https://ai4.io/venue. For the best prices, book now.
How long are the talks?
Talks vary from 20 minutes to 60 minutes, with technical talks typically being longer and business talks being shorter.