The global conference is for media and data practitioners who are seeking to create Big Data strategies, and leverage data analytics and artificial intelligence technologies in order to engage audiences, create new products and grow revenue.
Where Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Audience and Revenue Intersect
The global conference is for media and data practitioners who are seeking to create Big Data strategies, and leverage data analytics and artificial intelligence technologies in order to engage audiences, build products and grow revenue.
Many of America’s top technology companies are vying for the top spot in the world in artificial intelligence and Big Data innovation. The study tour will give delegates a rare opportunity to visit some of the most innovative, data-driven tech companies on the planet.
The delegation will visit major tech companies in New York City and Washington, D.C., during three dynamic days of programming. The group of executives will learn about best practices in Big Data and artificial intelligence strategy, organisation, technology, and business development through powerful case studies from top data scientists, artificial intelligence lab directors, data analysts, product developers, and business strategists at each company.
We recommend the following four- and five-star centrally located New York hotels that range from US$266 to US$300 per night and are within 15-minute walk, train or taxi commute of Microsoft Technology Center, which will host the Big Data & AI For Media Conference:
The Marriott Algonquin Hotel Times Square, US$300
(Meeting point for study tour)
Ace Hotel, US$275
Club Quarters Midtown, US$250
Hyatt Centric Times Square, US$210
Kimpton Muse, US$300
Doubletree Times Square, US$150
Hotels: Washington, D.C., for study tour
The Marriott Mayflower Hotel, $275
(Meeting point for study tour)
Note: These are online prices as of Nov.1, 2017. Prices will fluctuate based on demand. Please book early.
Conference registrations are subject to a US$250 fee for cancellations between Jan. 15 and Feb. 22, 2018.
No refunds or credits are granted after February 15, 2018.
New York Temperatures average low and high temperatures are /52°F/11°C Highs and 37°F/3°C Lows. Washington, D.C. temperatures average temperatures are 58°F/14°C Highs and 39°F/4°C lows.
Bring sweaters and winter coats.
Contact WNMN’s Martha Stone here to learn more.
By Dec 22, Early Bird Discount
By Jan 22
By Feb 22
Conference, 22-23 March 2018, NYC Times Square
Study Tour, 19-21 March 2018 in NYC and Washington DC
BIGGIES Award entry fee
US$125 (Competition closes 31 January)
BIGGIES Awards gala dinner
Note: Conference registrations are subject to a US$250 fee for cancellations between Jan. 15 and Feb. 22, 2018.
For speaker and sponsorship information:
Martha L. Stone
Founder and Organizer, Big Data for Media Week
World Newsmedia Network’s Martha L Stone created Big Data for Media Week in 2013, while she was a research fellow at the University of Oxford’s Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Since then, the conference has been held in London four times, Hong Kong once and for the second time in NYC in March 2018.