Here is Fetch.AI’s community newsletter covering the week commencing 6 May. Stay up to date by following us on Twitter.
Consensus 2019 (13–15 May, New York)
CTO Toby Simpson will be representing Fetch.AI at this year’s annual event. He will be speaking on a panel discussing exchange growth tactics. Come and say hello!
AAMAS (13–17 May, Montreal)
Artificial intelligence researcher Ali Hosseini and machine learning engineer Marco Favorito will be at the International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems in a couple of weeks to present our research team’s demo titled “Peer-to-Peer Negotiation for Optimising Journeys of Electric Vehicles on a Tour of Europe”.
TIoTA’s Smart E-Mobility Challenge and Bosch Connected World (13–16 May, Berlin)
Trusted IoT Alliance’s Smart E-Mobility Pace Tour continues in Berlin from13–15 May where participants can demonstrate their solutions live on the Jaguar I-PACE at the BCX Mobility Hackathon. The challenge winners will then be announced on the 15 May at Bosch Connected World (BCW). The event, held on 15–16 May, is the leading conference on IoT and Digital Transformation.
Join head of business development Maria Minaricova and head of software Troels F. Rønnow who will be on hand to provide support during the hackathon and also at Booth S27 at BCW to answer questions about Fetch.AI’s intelligent blockchain and agents enabling autonomy in the machine-to-machine digital economy.
TIoTA’s Smart E-Mobility Munich Challenge
We had a brilliant day taking part in Trusted IoT Alliance’s Munich E-Mobility hackathon which featured the real life deployment of Fetch.AI autonomous agents in an electric vehicle charging use case.
We’re very grateful to our partners Share&Charge, Bosch and T-Labs and we look forward to seeing all of the use cases from the Pace Tour next week in Berlin at Bosch Connected World 2019 where the Challenge E-Mobility Award winners will be announced.