MIT Technology Review Announces Speakers and Schedule for Upcoming Digital Summit
CAMBRIDGE, MA – March 4, 2014: Today, MIT Technology Review announces the slate of speakers and schedule for its Digital Summit which will take place June 9–10 at the St. Regis Hotel in San Francisco.
New digital technologies and services connect everything–from our cars and thermostats to our medical records and kitchen appliances. The MIT Technology Review Digital Summitexamines tomorrow’s digital technologies and explains their global impact on business and society. Guests gain insider access to the innovative people and companies at the heart of the next wave of the digital revolution.
- David Albert
- Sven Beiker
Executive Director, Center for Automotive Research, Stanford University
- Genevieve Bell
Director, User Experience Research, Intel Labs
- Rob Chandhok
President, Qualcomm Interactive Platforms; Senior Vice President, Qualcomm Technologies
- Di-Ann Eisnor
VP, Platform and Partnership, Waze
- Anthony Goldbloom
Founder and CEO, Kaggle
- Soulaiman Itani
Founder and CEO, Atheer Labs
- Rana el Kaliouby
- Phil Libin
- Anmol Madan
- Dharmendra Modha
SyNAPSE Principal Investigator, IBM Research
- Bryan Reimer
Research Scientist, MIT AgeLab
- Thad Starner
Professor, School of Interactive Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology
- Sonny Vu
Founder, Misfit Wearables
- Kamin Whitehouse
Commonwealth Associate Professor, University of Virginia
See full event details at: www.technologyreview.com/digitalsummit.
MIT Technology Review produces over 400 events worldwide every year. Each aims to bring our mission—identifying important new technologies, deciphering their practical impact, and revealing how they will change the world—to life in a forum where guests have the opportunity to interact with the people and companies effecting real technological change.