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Future Compute 2019
MIT Technology Review
Computing, connecting, and quantum opportunities
MIT Technology Review’s executive overview of the near-term opportunities afforded by computing technology innovations.
Emerging technologies are fueling digital transformations, changing our businesses and lives. New advancements in artificial intelligence, 5G connectivity, and quantum computing offer great opportunities to those who best understand how to capitalize on change.
Future Compute will prepare you today, for tomorrow. We’ll examine, at an executive level, the trends, time lines, and technologies needed to innovate and succeed.
Computing, connecting and quantum opportunities
At Future Compute, MIT Technology Review offers a curated executive summary of the computing landscape. We’ll examine the technologies that are poised to disrupt the business landscape over the next 24 months, and decipher the risks and opportunities for business.
Topics will include:
- Artificial Intelligence
- Edge Computing
- IoT and 5G connectivity
- Next generation interfaces
- Workforce skill requirements
The business of quantum
An executive overview on quantum computing and its implications for business in the future. Industry and academic experts will examine the current state of quantum computing, initial applications of the technology and opportunities for future disruption. This primer will prepare you for the quantum state change ahead.
Topics to include:
- The state of quantum computing technology
- Research funding
- Policy implications
- Where to watch for early advancements and game changers by industry
- Preparing a quantum workforce
- Key milestones expected in the next 5 years
Where? MIT Samberg Conference Center
50 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA 02142.
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