BIL-T Conference Series – Artificial Intelligence Case Study Award July 2021
Nominations are invited for the BIL-T Conference Series AI Case Study Award. This award recognises significant accomplishments in the use of Artificial Intelligence technologies, and is to be presented at the BIL-T Conference Series Artificial Intelligence: Today & Tomorrow event, held on July 8 & 9, 2021.
NOMINATION AND JUDGING PROCESS
Nominations should be submitted by email to the firstname.lastname@example.org email address. A standard submission template is provided for this purpose. You may nominate yourself or a client/colleague (with their permission). Details on the nomination, judging and announcement process is shown below.
- Nominations open: March 25th, 2021
- Nominations close: May 31st, 2021 (5pm US Central Time)
- Shortlisted finalists announced: June 15th, 2021
- Winner announced at the BIL-T Artificial Intelligence: Today & Tomorrow event on July 8 & 9, 2021
Submissions will be evaluated by members of the BIL-T Conference Series Editorial Committee. Submissions will be judged on the following criteria:
- Business value: business benefits delivered by the initiative
- Novelty: use of new or innovative approaches to the use of Artificial Intelligence technologies
WHAT WILL FINALISTS AND WINNERS RECEIVE?
All shortlisted finalists will be offered a speaking spot on the agenda of the BIL-T Conference Series Artificial Intelligence: Today & Tomorrow event. The BIL-T Editorial Committee would greatly appreciate acceptance of this speaking opportunity, however it should be noted that the presentation does not form part of the judging criteria or process.
The prize for the winner is to be determined, and will as a minimum include the following:
- A feature article on the Architecture & Governance Magazine website
- A feature article on the Enterprise Architecture Professional Journal website
- An announcement in the Iasa Global newsletter
- Promotion on the BIL-T Conference Series website
- Announcements on social media
References may be required for shortlisted nominations. The BIL-T event management team may also contact representatives for shortlisted nominations to produce promotional material.
Once the exact timing of the announcement of the winner at the event is known, it will be provided to all shortlisted nominees. It would be greatly appreciated if at least one person from each nomination be present online at the time of the announcement. As part of the announcement, members of the BIL-T Editorial Committee will conduct a short discussion with the winner (15-30 minutes).
The information contained in this application is used solely for the purpose of selecting winners for the BIL-T Conference Series AI Case Study Award but is otherwise considered confidential by judges. If you are selected as an award finalist, submission of this form authorises your organisation’s name, nominee names, and the name of the project or initiative to be publicised prior to the BIL-T AI Event in July 2021, but no other information relating to your submission will be released without your consent.
Note: The BIL-T Editorial Committee reserves the right to vary the above timelines as required, and can elect to cancel the awards should the number or quality of nominations not be sufficient to ensure an acceptable outcome for nominees and BIL-T. All decisions by judges are final.
If you have any additional questions on the awards, please contact the BIL-T Conference Series Event Manager, Laura Leber, using the email@example.com email address.