Today is your last day to get early bird ticket prices for TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2020 taking place on March 3rd. If you want to keep $ 150 in your wallet, you should exceed the deadline and buy your ticket here before the clock strikes 11:59 p.m. (PT) tonight!
Our one-day conference on robotics and AI – the good, the bad and the challenging – offers interviews, panel discussions, questions and answers, workshops and demos. Join around 1,500 experts, visionaries, doers, founders, investors, researchers and engineers. Rub your elbows, network, and connect with current and emerging leaders and students who are ready to drive future innovation.
We have an excellent line-up, and just because we're biased doesn't mean we're wrong. I mean, come on – supporting robots, ethics and AI, the state of VC investments and robot demos. And that's just for starters. Here are some concrete examples (read the full agenda here):
- Cultivating Intelligence in Agricultural Robots: The advantages of robotics in agriculture are undeniable and are only being tackled. Lewis Anderson (Traptic) and Sebastien Boyer (FarmWise) will compare references to the hardships involved in the development of industrial robots that are used to harvest both crops and weeds. Michael Norcia of Pyka will discuss the escape across these fields with an autonomous crop spray drone.
- Build the robots that build: Discuss with Daniel Blank (Toggle), Tessa Lau (Dusty Robotics) and Noah Ready-Campbell (Built Robotics) whether robots can help us build structures faster, smarter and cheaper. Built Robotics is a self-propelled excavator. Toggle develops a new production of reinforcing bars for reinforced concrete and Dusty Robotics builds robot-operated tools. We will speak to the founders to find out how and when robots will become part of the construction team.
And if you haven't heard it yet, we've added Pitch Night, a small pitch-off, to the mix this year. We accept applications until tomorrow. February 1st, This is not a time for fence seating! Apply now to Pitch Night. The TechCrunch editors review the applications and select 10 startups for a private event the evening before the conference. A jury of VC judges selects five teams as finalists. The next day, these founders will open again – live from the main stage. It's a great exposure that could take your startup to the next level.
If you love robots, you have to be at TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2020 on March 3rd. And it makes no sense to pay more than necessary. Today is the last day you can buy an early bird ticket. Buy yours before the 23:59 deadline. (PT) and save $ 150.
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