There are only two days between you and significant savings on tickets for TC sessions: robotics + AI 2020, This annual, one-day event attracts the most innovative and visionary technologists, researchers and investors from two pioneering industries – last year we had 1,500 visitors. Make a wise investment. Buy an early bird ticket before prices go up on January 31 and save $ 150,
Looking for exposure? We have two fantastic ways to introduce your start-up to an influential group of VCs and technologists. Check this out.
Apply to Pitch Night, Ten startups will participate in a mini-pitch at a private event the evening before the conference. A jury of VC judges selects five finalists who will start again on the main TC Sessions stage the next day. All 10 teams receive two free tickets for the event. Submit your application here by February 1st. We will notify selected startups by February 15th.
Buy a startup exhibitor package and demo at the event. Seize this opportunity better and faster – we only have two packages left. The $ 2,200 price includes four tickets to the event. Bring your crew and quadruple your network potential.
Now let's talk about the type of programming you can expect. We talk about an entire day with presentations, panel discussions, top-class speakers, workshops, robot demos and lots of time for networking. Here you will find a selection of the available functions. You can view the agenda here.
- The next century of robotic exoticism: In 1920 Karl Capek coined the term “robot” in one piece about mechanics who organized an uprising to defeat their human overlords. Meet experts Abigail De Kosnik (Center for New Media, University of California, Berkeley), David Ewing Duncan (Arc Fusion), Ken Goldberg (University of Berkeley) and Mark Pauline (Survival Research) to discuss cultural views of robots in context from "Robo-Exoticism", which transfers both negative and positive attributes and reinforces old fears, fantasies and stereotypes.
- A live demo from Stanford Robotics Club – because everyone likes to see robots in action.
- Open the black box with Explainable A.I .: Machine learning and AI models can be found in almost all areas of society today, but their inner workings are often as much a mystery to their creators as to those who use them. Trevor Darrell from UC Berkeley, Krishna Gade from Fiddler Labs and Karen Myers from SRI International discuss what we are doing and what needs to be done.
TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2020 will take place on March 3rd, but early bird tickets will disappear in just two days. Do you remember the deadline: 31 January, Get the most out of your entry fees – buy a ticket now and save $ 150.
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