What happens when the internet of things converges at the speed of 5G with the reasoning of artificial intelligence? Join Future Compute for a curated exploration of the next wave of computing technologies.
MIT Technology Review’s February 10-11, 2021 virtual conference, Future Compute.
Presented in two consecutive half-days by experts at the forefront of intelligent computing technologies such as IoT, 5G, and AI, Future Compute combines the authoritative, influential, and trustworthy programming MIT Technology Review is known for with a virtual, attendee-centric experience. Designed for interaction, attendees will have opportunities to connect and engage with speakers, MIT Technology Review editors, and each other through lively panel discussions and interactive chats, polls, and Q&A sessions.
Future Compute is curated for industry decision makers who need an IT infrastructure that is quick to respond to change. In a world characterized by a never-ending stream of emerging but unproven technologies, decision makers need reliable and unbiased information on the technologies impacting business today such artificial intelligence, internet of things, 5G networks, edge computing, high performance computing, and quantum computing. One bad decision in any of these domains risks hindering your IT strategy, putting your organization at a competitive disadvantage for years.
Featured speakers include
Arvind Krishna, CEO, IBM
Michelle Zatlyn, Cofounder and COO, Cloudflare
Mark Russinovich, Chief Technology Officer, Microsoft Azure
Patty Lee, Chief Scientist, Honeywell
Alan Lee, Corporate VP, Head of Research and Advanced Development, AMD
Celia Merzbacher, QED-C Deputy Director, SRI International
Valerie Taylor, Director of the Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory
Alan Baratz, CEO, D-Wave
Attendees are offered exclusive access to MIT Technology Review and Future Compute content:
Subscription to The Download, MIT Technology Review’s weekday email newsletter
Access to speaker videos, presentations, and other materials until February 2022
One-year complimentary digital subscription to MIT Technology Review
Future Compute begins on Wednesday, February 10, 2021 at 12:00 pm EDT. Media who would like to cover the event should reach out to [email protected] to learn more about obtaining press credentials. Contact Andrew Hendler at [email protected] to inquire about partnership opportunities.
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