Silicon Valley Comes to the UK

27th July 2021 @ 5:04 pm - 5:04 pm
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Silicon Valley Comes to the UK

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Fuelling global growth through the entrepreneurial ecosystem
Since 2006, we have been connecting the best of Silicon Valley to the UK, showcasing the businesses using technology to change the way we live, work and play for the better.
This year we will be exploring how emerging financial inclusion, healthtech, edtech, cybertech and spacetech are changing the world both now and in the future, keeping a continued focus on how artificial intelligence and machine learning push the boundaries of humanity.

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