The event was held virtually this year, with over 4,100 people from over 109 countries attending!
The AI/ML/DL Track was well attended, with several AI industry leaders sharing knowledge and insights, and engaging with attendees in several great discussions, both during the sessions and afterwards in the official OSS+ELC Slack workspace.
Miss the sessions? If you registered for OSS NA, you can always view all of the session recordings on demand on the virtual event platform anytime. Or check back on the OSS NA website for a link to all of the sessions recordings on YouTube soon.
The virtual LF AI Foundation booth was also a hit! We had over 300 people visit the booth and interact with our LF AI community members who were staffing the booth. Visitors were also able to download resources to learn more about each of LF AI’s projects, and they were able to give us insight into what type of projects they want to see in the future through our attendee survey.
On the final day of the conference, we hosted our LF AI Mini Summit. Our presenters covered the latest updates from the Foundation, Technical Advisory Council, Trusted AI Committee, and more. We had over 160 people attend the Summit, and received a lot of interest in what the LF AI Foundation is doing. We’re looking forward to more engagement opportunities with the community in the future.
Miss the Summit? If you registered for OSS NA, you can always view the Summit recording on demand on the virtual event platform anytime. Or check back on the OSS NA website for a link to all of the sessions recordings on YouTube soon.
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