From Disruptive Technologists in NYC

Monday, July 29, 2019
6:15 PM to 8:40 PM

RSVP HERE:
https://bit.ly/2vPcNf4

Microsoft
11 Times Square, 6th floor, corner of 41st & 8th Ave. New York, NY
New EVENT: July 29, 2019

Details

SPONSORED BY MCCARTER & ENGLISH
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WITH Microsoft Reactor
#MSFTReactor #ReactorNYC

—The Business of Disruptive Techies: Grappling with the economic impact of automation & the spread of AI—

• Robots replacing jobs
• Who will dominate AI by 2030?
• Global diversity – catalyst for innovation or unwelcome change?
• Investing in disruptive technologists

RSVP HERE:
https://www.meetup.com/Disruptive-Technologists-in-NYC/events/261285739/

Followed by a fireside chat for an even deeper dive (8:30pm to 8:50pm).

Our Expert Panelists:
• Rachel Loui, Google, China Expert
• Ram V. Iyer, Business Thinking Institute, Immigration Expert
• David S. Rose, Gust / NY York Angels
• Mark Mattingley-Scott, IBM, Ambassador, Quantum Computing
• Pete Dorogoff, one of Microsoft’s elite team of Global Digital Advisors defining premier customers‘ digital strategy with innovative biz models & executing on business transformation.

Microsoft Reactor Host:
Sep DiMeglio, developer audiences & AI Advocate, Microsoft.

Moderator:
Oliver Christie, AI Strategist & Founder, Foxy Machine: artificial Intelligence consulting, strategy, research.

Fireside Chat Moderator:
Bruce Epstein, Knowledge Wizard, Aebis, leveraging critical info through AI.

Master of Ceremonies:
Jim Williams, Physics/Chemistry

Interactive Videographer:
Jeffrey Paul & Steve Durham from Viziotag: advanced interactive deep tagging.

Podcast Host:
Dania Hammad

Drinks & Munchies: Pizza Soda & Brownies from Microsoft Reactor; Essence Water from Hint Gourmet Sandwiches & Beer from McCarter & English; & Wine from Dana!!

**EXTRA Special Thanks to our Disruptive Technologists® Think Tank Council & Events Sponsor-Partner: McCarter & English and David Sorin, Partner & Chair – Venture Capital & Emerging Growth Company Practices

** AND EXTRA Special Thanks to Microsoft Reactor