Over four main stages and nine industry-specific zones that showcase ground-breaking technology, the festival will bring to life 200,000 square feet of public space and deliver 400 hours of content. Sessions for the public will also be included and highlights will be streamed to millions of viewers globally across YouTube and to 100s of media outlets.

CogX 2019 will explore a huge range of topics from the rise of Digital Beings, affective computing and how other emerging technologies such as DNA gene editing, autonomous transportation, blockchain, IoT, VR and AR are reshaping the way we move, learn and work. The Festival will features dedicated Science, Ethics, Culture, Government, Economy, Finance and Future of Work Zones, and a Health Zone will also explore the ways in which technology is extending and improving lives.

There will also be a dedicated Research Zone where academics from the Alan Turing Institute and many other universities from across the UK and the globe will present their latest research, which will also be live streamed. Academic passes are available for free for researchers, PhDs and Professors.

The winners of the 3rd CogX 2019 Annual Awards will be revealed on Monday 10 June, recognising the most innovative 50 products and technology across all key industries and technological domains, with special prizes for Impact and delivery of the Global Goals.

Full agenda and programme coming soon!


By convening the brightest minds on the planet from industry, government and academia, CogX 2019 will take a realistic but optimistic look at the challenges ahead and demonstrate the tremendous opportunity that AI and emerging tech provide for supporting a better world

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