TNW Conference is only 48 days away, and that means we’re about to launch some really cool things. In the countdown to TNW2019, we’ll announce the full schedule, the festival terrain map, and an amazing giveaway – just to name a few.
You obviously read my TNW2019 Daily religiously, but it’s not the only way to stay up to date on everything that’s happening. That’s why today’s TNW Conference highlight is about how to get the latest news.
Please @ me
I know this makes me the worst millennial ever, but I only understood the value of Twitter over the past two years. It’s so useful! And not at all useful! And then useful again. Overall, though, it’s a wonderful way to make sure you’re getting timely updates on things. TNW2019 is no exception – we use Twitter to deliver the latest news. So when it comes to ticket deals, giveaways, or speaker announcements, make sure you give us a follow.
We also use Facebook and LinkedIn to share our content – interviews with speakers, track announcements, and of course, our TNW2019 Dailies. If you like to sink your teeth into a good TNW article, follow us there so you can have the latest reads at your fingertips.
Last but not least, my extremely lovely boss sends out a weekly newsletter. She updates us on everything you might’ve missed. If you’re a fan of our newsletters (Big Spam is also a treat), subscribe on our conference homepage.
And that’s how you stay updated on the best tech conference in the world, in three easy steps – I might be biased, but you know it’s true.
Speaker spotlight: Cassie Kozyrkov
Cassie Kozyrkov is Google’s Chief Decision Scientist – a role that’s exactly as cool as it sounds. She’s in charge of integrating machine learning and artificial intelligence into the company.
Cassie combines data science with the behavioral sciences in the field of Decision Intelligence. She’s a thought leader in this new discipline, guiding Google and the world in making safe, effective use of AI and data. Don’t miss her speak on our main stage, where she’ll discuss the future of machine learning at TNW2019.