Sparks! Public Event | 18 September 2021 | @ Your webcast location
The Sparks! public event will consist of a series of short talks and debates about the current and future trends that will define the field of AI and how it will impact our society as we know it. The talks will be given by a few AI experts participating in the Sparks! forum. Find the list of participants here. The full program and the lineup of speakers will be published on our website a few months before the event.
Why host a webcast viewing?
Sparks! Serendipity Forum aims to gather a global audience and we would like to invite you to join us by hosting an event featuring our webcast feed – enabling you to engage and connect with your local community. You can benefit from our fully curated and produced show to create your own event with little effort. All you need is to find a location - your institute, university, school, library, hospital, museum…, invite colleagues, friends and members and simply tune in to the Sparks! webcast!
18 September 2021
16:00-19:40 Sparks! Serendipity Forum Public Event
Please note that you can also host a delayed viewing party at a time that suits you! Please let us know about this in the registration form.
A space with webcast equipment, internet connection, screen and seating arrangements (webcast streaming: Full HD(1080p) at 5Mbit/s)
Invite your local community, colleagues and friends
Viewing Party Organization:
Book a space where you can hold the webcast event (with webcast equipment, internet connection, screen and seating arrangements)
Invite people in your community with whom your institution could engage in a constructive dialogue
Promote the event within your community using Sparks! posters and press release templates provided by CERN
Organize a reception after the event (the conversations after the talks spark new ideas and possibilities!)
Send us photos/videos of your event.
What will the Sparks! team help us with?
A running list of webcast partners on the Sparks! and CERN homepages
A poster template will be made available for you to download and print
A CERN press release will be made available for customization and distribution in your own community
An HD webcast feed will be made available and direct simulcast event audience participation will be made possible through Sparks! social media.