The Future of AI in Air Cargo Webinar

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The Future of AI in Air Cargo Webinar

Tuesday, December 5 | 11 AM EST

Air Cargo Next is hosting a webinar, “The Future of AI in Air Cargo” on Tuesday, December 5, at 11:00 AM EST. The webinar aims to explore the effectiveness of AI integration in air cargo businesses.

During the webinar, panelists will share use cases for AI, discuss the future of AI in air cargo, highlight the challenges and drawbacks of AI integration, and examine the impact of AI on the workforce.

If you are interested in learning more about the future role of AI in air cargo, this webinar is a great opportunity to gain insights from industry experts. Sign up for free below!


  • Projections for the future of AI in air cargo
  • The drawbacks and challenges of AI integration
  • The effect AI implementation has on a workforce


Nisarg Mehta
Co-Founder & CTO

Nisarg is a computer engineering and machine learning specialist, with a Master of Engineering (MEng) Hons and full scholarship (Manmohan Singh Undergraduate Scholarship) in Information Engineering from the University of Cambridge. He has experience with leading Cambridge research and Microsoft research teams focused on vision technology research for self-driving cars using the latest technological advances.

Kirsten de Bruijn
EVP of Cargo
WestJet Cargo

Kirsten joined WestJet in April 2022 as Executive Vice-President Cargo. She will be instrumental in building the airline’s dedicated cargo capabilities and service offerings, while growing a high-performing cargo organization capable of succeeding within a rapidly evolving market. With her large portfolio of air cargo experience and more than 15 years in the airline industry, de Bruijn joins WestJet Cargo most recently from Qatar Airways, where she served as Senior Vice President Cargo Sales and Network Planning.

Michelle Williams
Managing Director of Strategy & Business Services
Southwest Airlines Cargo

Michelle’s career in aviation spans nearly 25 years, four of which have been spent in the air cargo business. She has held various positions in technology, operations, and strategy departments at Southwest Airlines. Since March 2019 Michelle has been responsible for leading the strategic planning, project delivery, data and analytics and technology for Southwest Airlines Cargo and Charters business.


Yael Katzwer
Associate Editor
Air Cargo Next

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