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French Tech Indonesia to hold an AI Summit, hoping to bring AI enthusiasts and entrepreneur together

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Imanuddin Razak




French Tech Indonesia, a diverse community uniting entrepreneurs, startups, investors, incubators, accelerators, and technology players in Indonesia, is set to host its flagship event, the French Tech Indonesia: AI Summit 2023, on October 10, 2023.

This gathering will assemble key figures, experts, and innovators in the realm of artificial intelligence (AI).

As the adoption of AI technologies continues to grow in Indonesia, fostering open dialogues and facilitating collaboration among AI stakeholders remains a top priority.

The primary goal of the French Tech Indonesia: AI Summit is to serve as a platform where AI enthusiasts, experts, entrepreneurs, educators, and industry leaders can convene to explore the profound impacts of AI on various aspects of Indonesian life, businesses, and industries.

Furthermore, it aims to encourage the exchange of knowledge, the sharing of innovative ideas, and the establishment of valuable partnerships within the dynamic AI ecosystem.

The event’s proceedings will kick off with an opening speech by His Excellency Fabien Penone, the French Ambassador to Indonesia, followed by a keynote address by Sonny Sudaryana, the program coordinator of the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology.

Imanuddin Razak






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