Nov 13–14: Time Machine Tackles AI
The question is no longer “will AI be an essential technology?,” it’s “how will visionaries best take advantage of this transformation in tech?”
Or, as the people behind the Time Machine Global AI and Future Tech Summit put it: “In the future, there will be two types of organizations: those that have embraced artificial intelligence and those that no longer exist.”
Thanks to AI’s nearly unlimited potential, the opportunities are thrilling and urgent for early adopters. Time Machine, which occurs Wednesday and Thursday, November 13 and 14 at Austin’s Palmer Events Center, brings together leaders in technology, government, industry, academia, and the arts to imagine and create the future. Learn more and register for the two days of panels, networking, tech demos in an experiential lab, speakers and special sessions.
Time Machine is presented by the Central Texas startup SparkCognition.
Continue your exploration into the wild world artificial intelligence at SXSW. More than 30 AI-related sessions are scheduled for next March in Austin — and these sessions occur in a variety of tracks.
SXSW 2020 panel and presentations on this topic that are particularly intriguing include “AI and the Future of Musical Creativity,” “AI and the Future of Free Will,” “Hidden Figures: Exposing Bias in AI,” “AI Visualized: Prepping for the Robot Revolution,” and “Machine Learning Against Sexual Harassment.”
Hugh Forrest serves as Chief Programming Officer at SXSW, the world’s most unique gathering of creative professionals. He also tries to write at least four paragraphs per day on Medium. These posts often cover tech-related trends; other times they focus on books, pop culture, sports and other current events.