MIT Technology Review’s Future Compute event is set to take place from April 30 to May 1, 2023, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This event is aimed at CTOs and IT leadership from around the world and will explore the emerging technologies of tomorrow and the tech-forward strategies required to run a cost-effective IT infrastructure today.
This year’s conference theme is “Digital Dexterity,” which refers to the integration of emerging technology and an organizational culture of change to enable a technology-driven business that’s equipped for competitive advantage. The event will feature thought-provoking interviews, live Q&As, and networking opportunities with industry experts.
Attendees can expect to hear from a range of speakers, including Werner Vogels (VP and CTO, Amazon.com), Elizabeth Hackenson (Chief Information Officer, Schneider Electric), Chris Miller (Author, Chip War; Associate Professor, Tufts University), Kirsten Bay (CEO, Cysurance), Danny Lange (SVP of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Unity), and more.
In-person attendees will also have access to exclusive tours of MIT innovation hubs and on-site networking receptions with speakers and other VIPs at the renowned MIT Media Lab. For those interested in attending, registration and agenda information can be found on the MIT Technology Review website.