On October 18, 2017 at 5:30pm, the MIT Enterprise Forum of DC and Baltimore, Arlington Economic Development,
Startups-Ignite, Stanford Entrepreneurship in Washington, DC and IEEE Society Washington Section will present:
Artificial Intelligence: Getting Down to the Binary
- We’ve assembled a panel of leading AI Practitioners and Investors to better understand how AI will impact our lives;
- Our panel will discuss real-world applications and implications of AI, the current gaps in technology AND where are the likely exploitable opportunities for innovation, investment and business development;
- We have recruited the area’s foremost Venture Capitalists to discuss the most promising AI Technologies that are attracting investors;
Members and guests will have the opportunity to network with the area’s experts in this emerging market;
- Regulators and scientists will discuss the Government’s interest in AI, how it will shape policy, and the impact these world-changing technologies will have on all of us.
This event will be hosted at 1776, 2231 Crystal Dr. #1000, 10th Floor, Arlington, VA 22202.
5:30 – 6:15PM Registration and Networking
6:30 – 7:15PM Dr. JT Kostman What Is Reality With AI?
7:15 – 8:00PM Dr. David Bray How Can Government Benefit From AI
8:00 – 8:50PM Panel Discussion What are the Most Promising AI Technologies Attracting Investors?
8:50 – 9:15PM Post Event Networking
Listen to experts like Dr. JT Kostman, Dr. David Bray, Dr. Ash Rofail and technology investors discuss the present opportunities in the Artificial Intelligence space, the government’s role, and which Artificial Intelligence technologies are attracting investors.
Greetings Friends of the MIT Enterprise Forum of Washington DC and Baltimore,
We’re planning for our 2017/2018 programming schedule with topics such as Biotech, The Internet of Things, Driverless Cars and many more high impact programs and events.
We’re searching for interested volunteers to help plan our schedule and let others in the DC community know about the great things that are happening with the MIT Enterprise Forum of DC and Baltimore.
Specifically, we are searching for people with the following skills:
- Managing events
- Developing Program Content
- Content Writer or aspiring Digital Journalists
- Graphic Designers
- Digital Marketer with the knowledge of current marketing tools
- Digital Publisher or highly motivated and organized individual with technical skills to schedule, track, and manage hi-impact marketing campaigns
If you have these skills, or are interested in learning, please message me here or email me at MITEFdc@gmail.com.
Thank you for your interest, and making the MIT Enterprise Forum of DC and Baltimore a thought leader in the DC – Baltimore region.
MIT Enterprise Forum of DC and Baltimore