From 9 July to 11 July 2020, the World Artificial Intelligence Conference (WAIC) will be held online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Organized by the Shanghai Municipal People’s Government, the annual conference’s mission is to provide a global platform for current and future AI innovation startups and corporations to exchange ideas and resources in pursuit of humankind’s greatest technological achievements.
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VeChain will be opening the first blockchain technology session in this conference, with our session titled “blockchainize the future, power the economy”.
The blockchain forum will be co-hosted by the Shanghai Municipal Commission Of Economy And Informatization, Shanghai Finance Information Association and several other large enterprises and organizations. VeChain will be sharing our experience in the blockchain deployment, integration and usage for various business scenarios and current successful users.
VeChain Attending WAIC Alongside Tech Giants and Juggernauts
Since the first WAIC in 2018, the event has become a grand meeting and festival, accumulating international influences across various industries. In line with the growing trend of the online new economy and digital transformation, this year’s conference will be inviting top-of-line tech enterprises, including Microsoft, Amazon, Alibaba, Tencent, Huawei and more.
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This event will be the perfect avenue for VeChain to showcase our industry-leading blockchain infrastructure and technology. As the company responsible for opening the blockchain session of the WAIC conference, we have no doubt that our keynote will be closely listened to by other attendees and VIPs invited to the event.
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