Recently Rescheduled: Several events were recently rescheduled for the fall. Fortune Brainstorm: AI, originally scheduled for 27 -28 April in Boston will now run from 12 – 13 October; Internet of Things (IOT) Innovation North America, which was to be in Chicago on 13 – 14 May will now take place from 16 – 17 September; and the Milken Institute Global Conference, which was initially scheduled for May, then moved to July, will be back in Beverly Hills from 12 – 15 October.

Virtually There: Digital Media Wire transforms LA Games Conference into “LAGC Select: An Online Conference Experience.” Presented virtually on 20 – 22 May, it will take place for 3 days, 3 hours per day in order to break up the content and make it more accessible to attendees. Big Data London still plans to go ahead with its fall conference (23-24 September), but in the meantime, organizers are running series of web broadcasts to connect its community and provide timely content on data’s relationship with software architecture, cloud, and AI. Digital Hollywood was not able to hold its Spring event live. They have decided to host a “Virtual Webinar/Webcast Strategy” breaking attendees and speakers into User Groups focused on the entertainment, technology and content strategies that would have been covered at the conference.

Speaking opportunity: ISC East and ISC West recently opened their call for presenters (CFPs) with a deadline of Thursday 30 April. Both conferences offer best practices and insights for physical, IT and IoT security integrators, dealers, and end-user decision makers from various vertical markets. ISC East will take place in New York on 18 – 19 November 2020 and ISC West will run from 23 – 25 March 2021 in Las Vegas. Topic coverage for both events include: Access & ID Management; Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Security; Biometrics; Business & Security Management including Sales & Marketing, Strategic Management, Organizational Collaboration, etc.; Cyber/Physical Security Integration; Drones & Robotics; IoT Security; Public Safety; Video Surveillance, and more.

Lunchtime Learning: International Women’s Forum (IWF) convenes two global conferences each year – the Cornerstone Conference in May and the World Leadership Conference in October. Women executives from more than 40 nations participate at each three-day event, examining the ways leaders must adapt to solve the most critical issues facing societies, economies and individuals. Hear from leaders such as the Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Sustainability Officer for Morgan Stanley Audrey Choi; Actress & Writer Debra McGrath, and President of FedEx Express Canada Lisa Lisson as they share their cutting-edge concepts for building a better and more prosperous world.

Coming Up Next Week: Discover MarTech (21-24 April) is a virtual event designed to replace the content and networking that would have been shared at MarTech West. It’s also completely free for anyone who registers. Professionals looking to “propel the progress of AI and discuss the newest technologies in data mining, machine learning and neural networks” can attend Shift AI virtually on 21 April and hear from Google, Intel, and MIT-IBM Watson experts. And last but not least, AMA’s Experience Design was actually virtual from the start, even before quarantines moved everything else online. Running live 21-22 April and available to re-watch later, Experience Design covers ways to improve the collaboration between marketing teams and customer experience teams.