Tristan GreeneEditor, Neural by TNW
Tristan is a futurist covering human-centric artificial intelligence advances, quantum computing, STEM, physics, and space stuff. Pronouns: Tristan is a futurist covering human-centric artificial intelligence advances, quantum computing, STEM, physics, and space stuff. Pronouns: He/him
Greetings carbon-based life forms! I’m excited to announce the Neural track at TNW Conference 2021.
Neural is known as TNW’s artificial intelligence vertical, but I’m here to tell you that it’s so much more.
We cover human-centric AI advances, quantum physics, neuroscience, and anything else that blurs the boundaries between humans and machines. We’re futurists and we absolutely love new research.
But we’re also passionate about human rights, diversity, and the effect that machine intelligence has on humanity. We’ve got one eye on big tech, one on the startup scene, and a third robotic eye focused on politics and government policy.
And that’s exactly why we’re proud to introduce an amazing speaker list featuring people who work and create in a variety of domains.
From Unity’s Danny Lange – a legend in the gaming industry – to Shopify’s Ella Hilal, we’re hosting some of the AI/ML community’s most important thinkers. And, as a technology journalist, I can’t wait to see and hear what Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau, the CEO and publisher of MIT’s Technology Review, has to say.
We even booked an expert on death. Good Grief’s Stefanie Schillmöller, a death trends expert and innovation strategist, is on the bill. Tell me that doesn’t sound interesting as heck!
And those speakers are just a small sample. We’ve got nearly a dozen speakers slotted for the Neural track at TNW Conference so far, and we expect to add even more before the conference.
TNW Conference 2021 is a 2-day technology conference that runs from 30 September through 1 October. We can’t wait to see you there!
You can see the current speaker list for the Neural track here and the conference overview here. And don’t forget to grab your tickets here!
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