We count the days (to be exact, 35) until the TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2020 on March 3rd in Berkeley, California. We also count the days on which you can save on the admission price. Early bird prices end on January 31 in just three days. Buy your ticket here before the bird flies south and save $ 150.
This one-day conference offers interviews, panel discussions, questions and answers as well as demos with executives, founders and investors who are concerned with the future of robotics and AI. The TechCrunch editors will interview the people who make it possible, sound out the promise, uncover the hype, and address the challenges of these revolutionary industries.
The impressive lineup also includes workshops and demos, because who doesn't want robots to be in action? From autonomous cars to assisted robotics to advances in agriculture and space, our conference program covers the most important aspects of the complex and exciting world of robots and AI.
Here's a taste of what we serve:
- Engineering for the Red Planet: Maxar Technologies has been involved in US space for decades and will send its sixth robotic arm to Mars aboard 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.
- Investing in robotics and AI – lessons from the VCs in the industry: Leading investors will discuss the rising tide of venture capital funding in robotics and AI. Dror Berman, founding partner at Innovation Endeavors; Kelly Chen, partner at Data Collective (DCVC); and Eric Migicovsky, General Partner at Y Combinator, bring a combination of early-stage investments and corporate venture capital expertise and share a preference for the wild world of robotics and AI investments.
This year we added a new, exciting element. It's Pitch Night, a kind of mini-startup battlefield. The evening before the conference, 10 teams will perform at a private event in front of an audience of VCs and other influencers. The jury will select five finalists, and these teams will compete again from the main stage at the conference. We accept applications until February 1st. So apply right here. It's free and a great way to introduce your startup to people who can spice up your startup dreams.
Do not miss your chance to learn from the brightest minds, makers, investors and researchers in the fields of robotics and AI, to interact with them and to address them. And don't miss out on any serious savings. Buy an early bird ticket for TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2020 – before prices go up on January 31 – and you have $ 150 in your wallet.
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