MIT Technology Review announced the final schedule and complete lineup of speakers for its annual EmTech conference (www.emtechmit.com), to be held October 18–20 at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, MA.
The conference convenes innovators, entrepreneurs, business leaders, and venture capitalists to examine future trends and to understand the technologies that will drive the new global economy. It’s where tech, business, and culture converge, and where attendees gain access to the most innovative people and companies in the world.
The expert lineup of speakers features leaders from organizations including Brown University, Carnegie Mellon, Google DeepMind, Facebook, Harvard Medical School, IBM, Johns Hopkins, the Manhattan DA’s Office, Meta, MIT, NextEV, Stanford University, Samsung, and more. They will explore:
The Future of Energy
Virtual Reality and Augmented Life
Artificial Intelligence—What’s next?
Global Connectivity—The Promise of Getting Everyone Online
Genetically Engineering a Healthy Planet
Meet the 2016 Innovators Under 35
Event partners include Rage Frameworks, the Italian Trade Agency, the Lemelson-MIT Program, the UK Department for International Trade, Lamborghini, The Hartford, MIT Professional Education, and Fitzpatrick, Cella, Harper & Scinto.
For more information and to register for EmTech, go to www.emtechmit.com.
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David Sweeney, MIT Technology Review