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MIT Technology Review Presents: EmTech MIT 2019

September 17 - September 19

Join MIT Technology Review for the latest in its esteemed EmTech Events Series: EmTech MIT 2019. MIT Technology Review’s flagship event, this conference examines this year’s most significant emerging technologies. Launched in 1999, EmTech MIT has a longstanding legacy of exploring the biggest technologies and trends of the day. 

 

The key themes of this year’s EmTech MIT conference include:

  • A New Era In Computing
  • Climate Changed
  • What’s Next in Longevity and Aging?
  • Liftoff: Space Tech Takes Off
  • The Human Impact of Innovation

 

The growing line-up of speakers includes: 

  • Candace Worley, Vice President and Chief Technical Strategist, McAfee
  • Vivian Chu, CTO and Cofounder, Diligent Robotics
  • Tracy Frey, Director of Strategy, Google Cloud AI
  • Yoshua Bengio, Founder and Scientific Director, Mila

 

Additionally, MIT Technology Review’s 2019 Innovators Under 35 are all invited to appear in person at the event, representing the best and brightest technologists the world has to offer. The 35 innovators on this year’s list include inventors, entrepreneurs, visionaries, humanitarians, and pioneers in fields ranging from software and biotech to artificial intelligence and transportation.

 

For more information visit: www.emtechmit.com

 

What: EmTech MIT 2019

When: September 17-19, 2018

Where: MIT Media Lab – Building E14 | 75 Amherst St. Cambridge, MA 02139

Attendee Registration: Conference Rates

Media Registration: Submission form

Details

Start:
September 17
End:
September 19
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Website:
https://events.technologyreview.com/emtech/19/

Venue

MIT Media Lab 75 Amherst Street, Building E14 Cambridge, United States
75 Amherst St, Building E14
Cambridge, MA United States
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Phone:
617-253-8240
Website:
https://www.media.mit.edu/contact/directions

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