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Our world has hit an inflection point

September 2, 2020

Now is the time to reset, rethink, and rebuild. Join us virtually at EmTech MIT, our annual flagship event on technology strategies for leadership in a changed world. 
 
This year's program focuses on the road ahead for the technology that underpins our lives and businesses, including AI, biomedicine, cloud, and cybersecurity. We'll also examine the forces of change altering the course and speed of innovation, including security, diversity, and equality.  

Our lineup of expert speakers includes: 

  • Parag Agrawal, Chief Technology Officer, Twitter 
  • Mai-Lan Tomsen Bukovec, Global Vice President, Block and Object Storage, Amazon Web Services 
  • Anne Neuberger, Director of Cybersecurity, National Security Agency  
  • Mike Schroepfer, Chief Technology Officer, Facebook 

 Plus, you’ll meet this year’s class of Innovators Under 35 and hear about the work they are doing to solve our climate crisis, find a cure for Parkinson’s, and make drinking water available to those who are desperate for it.  

Purchase your ticket and join us virtually in October.  

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