Computing, but not as you know it

December 2 & 3, 2019
Cambridge, MA

The fundamental nature of computing is changing. AI, neuromorphic chips, edge computing, 5G, quantum computing, and the internet of things are making it possible to solve problems in entirely new ways and unleash new business opportunities. But they could also create new security risks or even move the balance of geographical power.

Future Compute will prepare you to understand these trends and how they will affect your industry. After all, computing today isn't just hardware and software—it's everyware.

Hardware, software, everyware.

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Future Quantum

December 3, 2019

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

Schedule of events:

8:00 a.m.

Registration

9:00 a.m.

General sessions

12:00 p.m.

Lunch and networking

2:00 p.m.

General sessions

5:00 p.m.

Future Compute Quantum reception

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Future Compute

See the future coming and connect with the people making it happen

At Future Compute, MIT Technology Review offers a curated executive summary of the computing landscape, tailored to executives and decision-makers across all industries. We’ll examine the technologies that are poised to disrupt business over the next 24 months and decipher the risks and opportunities.

Topics will include:

  • IoT and 5G connectivity
  • Next-generation interfaces
  • Workforce skill requirements
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Cybersecurity
  • Edge Computing
December 2, 2019

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Schedule of events:

8:00 a.m.

Registration

9:00 a.m.

General sessions

12:00 p.m.

Lunch and networking

2:00 p.m.

General sessions

5:00 p.m.

Future Compute closing toast

About Future Compute

Venue + Travel

Future Compute happens at the MIT Samberg Conference Center in the heart of the MIT campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Here you can't help but feel the excitement and inspiration of being at the top university in the world, surrounded by the top technology minds anywhere.

MIT Samberg Conference Center
50 Memorial Drive
Cambridge, MA 02142

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The mission of MIT Technology Review is to equip its audiences with the intelligence to understand a world shaped by technology.

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Full conference registration includes access to all conference sessions across two days, networking opportunities, and a closing toast. Single day passes are also available.

All paid attendees are offered a complimentary one-year print subscription to MIT Technology Review magazine as well as registration for The Download, our email newsletter delivered each weekday to your inbox.

Come learn how seismic shifts in computing technology are going to affect every industry on the planet.

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Future Quantum

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Hardware, software, everyware.

Computing, but not as you know it

Speaker nominations

We’re gathering experts working on the cutting edge of advancements in artificial intelligence, 5G connectivity and quantum computing. Have someone you would like to hear from? Submit your nomination here.

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Hotel Information:

Boston Marriott Cambridge
50 Broadway Cambridge, Massachusetts 02142
(5 minute walk to conference venue)

Discounted Rate: $189/night + tax
Deadline: November 11, 2019

Book online here or call 1-800-228-9290 or 617-494-6600 (mention MIT Technology Review Future Compute)

Speakers

Speakers

Alan Baratz

EVP of R&D and Chief Product Officer, D-Wave

Rohit Ghai

President, RSA

Damion Heredia

Senior Director of Product Management, Compute & ML Infrastructure, Google Cloud

Alan Lee

Corporate Vice President and Head of Advanced Research, AMD

Tom Leighton

CEO and Cofounder, Akamai Technologies

William Oliver

Principal Investigator, Engineering Quantum Systems Group, MIT

Catherine Schuman

Research Scientist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory