Call for Paper for 24 hours of AI for Pi Day [2024]
AIDA User Group is organizing AI on Pi Day for the third consecutive time.

This year we will do 24 hours of AI talks. The AI on Pi Day planning committee is looking for outstanding stories from the AI, data, and analytics community for our unique planetary-wide event.

Event details

Date: Thursday, March 14, 2024
Times: 00:01 GMT to 23:59 GMT
Location: Online

Submit your proposals by February 14, 2024.

Talks are 30 minute long: 20 minutes of presentation and 10 minutes of Q&A.

Submit your proposal for consideration by the planning committee using the form below. Notifications on selections will be sent out at the latest by February 28, 2024.

** By submitting this talk, you are confirming you have the authority and permission from your company or organization to present on the topic. **

Sign in to Google to save your progress. Learn more
Email *
Your full name *
If you have a co-presenter (which is totally ok), add their info in the talk description, we’ll sort it out!
Your bio *
Share with us a little bit about yourself, we advise a third-person point of view type.
Your talk's title *
What are you going to talk about? *
Don't forget to specify the target audience, prerequistes if any, what are people going to learn. The shorter the sweeter.
What questions can we ask about your talk? *
To prime the Q&A, we sometimes need a "first question." Share with us a few questions we can ask you to make sure we start the debate.
What TZ can you talk in? *
Pick at least one time zone and all the timezones in which you would like to speak.
Closest category your talk fits in *
A few more information to help us with the logistics
Your LinkedIn profile
Are you an AIDAUG member?
Not required, but it's free and you get a lot for this amount! Join at
Clear selection
Who can we invite on your behalf?
Share with us a few e-mails of friends and co-workers we can invite to this event on your behalf.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
Clear form
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service - Privacy Policy