The AI brains are coming. Join us for #WSAI21!

After 1.5 years of sitting behind computer screens, we can’t wait to welcome you back to our first physical event in The Netherlands again.

The fifth edition of the World Summit AI, WSAI for the connoisseurs, will be both a safe and more intimate in-person event in Amsterdam, while also offering an online experience for their global community of 200,000 attendees from 167 countries worldwide.

WSAI will be an outstanding opportunity for you to reconnect with a curated audience of Dutch key decision makers in business, government and academia, as well as promote your brand to a global network.

If you join our mission, you will be able to exhibit at the venue, join our networking events and have access to one-on-one matchmaking with both the in-person and online audience. You’ll of course also be able to join the plenary sessions, table talks and masterclass sessions AND (and this is a very nice perk) be eligible to be selected to deliver your pitch on stage.

Attend & Exhibit.

We have secured 10 table top exhibition slots, that will come with the above mentioned package, for £500 per person per day.

So, if you want to exhibit for one day, you can book one of the pods for £500, but if you want to exhibit the full two days, or want to bring over a colleague, you can book a package for £1000. Note that all tickets are valid for the whole summit though, so if you choose to exhibit only one day you can still visit the second day too.


WSAI will take place at the historic Beurs van Berlage.

The Beurs van Berlage is located in the centre of Amsterdam, on the Damrak, Oude Brugsteeg and Beursstraat, directly facing Amsterdam Central Station, at a short distance of highways and Schiphol airport. You could take the bike, of course, or go by car, but we recommend travelling via public transport. When you arrive at Amsterdam Centraal Station by train or by tram, Beurs van Berlage is 300 metres away, about a five minute walk. You can see Beurs van Berlage on the Damrak in front of you when you leave the Central Station along the Stationsplein (Station square) and head out towards the Dam from there. Plan your route with an Infosheet or Google Maps.

More Information.

For more information, do check out the website of WSAI too and feel free to send us a message if you’ve got any questions.

The folks at WSAI have the most up-to-date information available on the speakers, programme, partners and other attendees. They also have a couple of suggestions on accommodation and travel. If you’ve got any questions, please send a message to


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