K1st World AI Conference Oct 11-12: First 20 UC registrations get 90% discount

K1st World Oct 11-12, Stanford

[Editor’s note: Grateful to a UC tech community member for sharing an event that her team is hosting at Stanford University this fall.]

AI continues to revolutionize the tech landscape, even on UC campuses, not only in software, but in hardware as well. Explore how AI is transforming the industrial sector at the K1st World, an in-person conference taking place at Stanford University from October 11-12, 2023. A generous alumni has offered to sponsor 90% of the attendance cost for the first 20 members of the UC community who register. 

The conference will provide attendees the opportunity to explore how the latest in AI, particularly Generative AI and large language models (LLMs), are transforming the industrial landscape while ensuring trust, reliability, and safety.

Event Details

K1st World Industrial AI Conference [registration link]

Wednesday, October 11, 2023, 9 a.m. – Thursday, October 12, 2023 6 p.m.
Location: Stanford University
Cost: Variable. Standard rate: ~$1,200, first 20 from UC to apply will receive a 90% discount, for a ~$120 ticket price; need-based discounts available: Diverse Minds, Shared Vision landing page.(See #events on the UC Tech Slack)

Learning Objectives

How the latest AI technologies, particularly Generative AI and Large Language Models (LLMs), can transform the physical sectors:

  • Manufacturing
  • Electronics
  • The Automotive industry


Attendees will also have the opportunity to connect with some of the industry’s biggest names including:

  • Hiroshi Kutsumi, Director, Panasonic Holdings
  • R. Sambasivam, PhD, Chief Data Scientist at Petronas
  • Chetan Gupta, PhD, Head of Industrial AI at Hitachi
  • Maya Ackerman, PhD, CEO/Co-Founder of Wave AI
  • Ovidiu Daescu, PhD, Professor & Head of Department of Computer Science at UT Dallas


Elise Nguyen
Event Manager
K1st World Symposium

Elise Nguyen is a recent graduate from UC Santa Barbara (Class of 2022). She majored in Communication and Economics/Accounting. After participating in the CCDS Data Science Fellowship from 2021-2022, which she discovered as a part of the UC Tech community Slack channel, Nguyen currently is the event manager for the K1st World Symposium. 

[Cover photo caption: K1st World AI Conference, Oct 11-12, Stanford banner]