Many companies that offer one-to-one meetings at events promise “AI Matching”. The term is a broad one. Some providers may simply suggest matches by comparing the boxes ticked by registrants when profiling themselves.
Others may have more complex processes that use stored data from previous events that registrants attended, or their stated meeting objectives. This session will address the following questions: How much AI is involved? How useful are meetings suggested by the software? Can filtered searches, where registrants specify the type of meeting partners sought, be equally or more effective?