Save over $ 200 with discounted student tickets for Robotics + AI 2020

<pre><pre>Go fast: buy a demo table at TC Sessions: Robotics & AI 2020

If you're a current student and love robots – and the AI ​​that powers them – don't miss TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2020. We dive deep into these two life-changing technologies all day on March 3rd at UC Berkeley, showing the best and brightest minds, makers and influencers.

We have reserved a limited number of highly discounted tickets for students because the future of robotics and AI is not possible without the support of the next generation. Tickets cost $ 50, which means you save over $ 200. Reserve your student ticket now.

Not a student? No problem, we also have a special offer for you. Registering now will save you $ 150 by booking an early bird ticket by February 14th.

More than 1,000 robotics and AI enthusiasts, experts, and visionaries attended the event last year, and we expect even more this year. Talk about a target audience and the perfect place for students to network for an internship, employment, or even future co-founder.

What can you expect this year? For starters, we have an excellent lineup of speakers and demos – more than 20 presentations – in stock. Let's take a quick look at some of the offers you don't want to miss:

  • Save humanity from AI: Stuart Russell, a professor at the University of California at Berkeley and authority of the AI, argues in his acclaimed new book Human Compatible that AI will fail human beings if technologists don't fundamentally reform how they create AI algorithms ,
  • Open the black box with explainable AI: 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 will discuss what we can do about it and what needs to be done.
  • Engineering for the Red Planet: Maxar Technologies has been involved in US space for decades and will send its fifth robotic arm to Mars on board NASA rover Mars 2020. Lucy Condakchian, general manager for robotics at Maxar, talks about the difficulty and enthusiasm of designing robotics for use in the harsh environments of space and other planets.

This is just an example – take a look at the event program to plan your time accordingly. We will add more speakers in the coming weeks.

TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2020 will take place on March 3rd at UC Berkeley. It's a full day dedicated to the future of robotics and a great opportunity for students to interact with leading technologists, founders, researchers and investors. Visit us in Berkeley. Buy your student ticket today and prepare to shape the future.

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