MIT Technology Review Digital Summit
Dates: June 9 – 10, 2014
Location: San Francisco, California
New digital technologies and services are increasingly pervasive as mobile devices are adopted at a staggering pace around the world.
Everything from our cars and thermostats to our medical records and kitchen appliances is connected to the internet.
The MIT Technology Review Digital Summit examines tomorrow’s digital technologies and explains their global impact on both business and society. You’ll get insider access to the innovative people and companies at the heart of the next wave of the digital revolution.
The Internet of Things
With the rise of cheap sensors, and the number of mobile devices projected to surpass the number of humans on the planet this year, everything will be connected. What are the implications of connecting our cars, homes, commerce, health, and cities?
Computers are increasingly found in clothes, glasses, and watches. From printable, bendable, stretchable electronics to breakthrough technologies that simplify our interaction with data and devices on the go, these innovations ensure that the way we think about computing will never be the same.
The convenience of mobile technology has proved irresistible to individuals and organizations alike. How can we keep our personal data secure in the face of rapid technological change?
Who Should Attend
The Summit is a must-attend for anyone who needs the strategic intelligence to navigate the future of our connected world:
- digital/mobile marketing execs
- digital/mobile VCs/investors
- platform developers
- digital/mobile policy specialists
Join us in leading the conversation with the businesses and people working to define the next wave of the digital revolution.