About the event
FIRE 2019: ANTICIPATING THE UNEXPECTED
Autonomous vehicles have emerged as a strategic national tech asset, with the most economically and geopolitically important technologies directly included in their supply chain. The advent of CRISPR has opened a Pandora's box of possibilities and risks in gene editing. The confluence of AI and facial recognition has facilitated revolutions in advertising and racial profiling. The limitations of neural networks have become clearer than ever, and their next iteration is just around the corner. FiRe 2019 will feature deep dives on what's coming next in these fields and many others.
Why should you sponsor?
WHAT MAKES FIRE UNIQUE
What you get here doesn’t exist anywhere else. There’s no place that I’ve ever been where you get this kind of gathering of this kind of intellect that’s focused on real problems, real issues, real solutions ... Last year I had a conflict and just I felt this tremendous sense of loss because I went a full year without this community and this experience ... It helps me personally think about my priorities, how I’m spending my time, what I should be thinking about and what I’m capable of influencing.
-Paul Sallomi, Vice Chairman, Global TMT, Deloitte
At FiRe, people are changing the world. At other conferences, people talk about changing the world.
-Matthew Davies, Reporter and Producer, BBC World Service
Professionally, it’s an incredibly strong networking community. The people you meet here are people that might otherwise be hard to meet and this is an environment in which everyone’s in the mood to talk.
-Simon Hackett, Founder, Internode & Non-Executive Director, Redflow
Right from the get-go, you could see FiRe was a different conference. I mean how many conferences do you go to for high-tech content where in addition to talking about hardware and software and bandwidth you talk about saving the orca whales.
-Don Budinger, Founder, Rodel Foundation
Not one single session that I was willing to miss. Terrific from start to finish!
-James L Wolbarsht, President and CEO, DEFCON, Inc.
Evan Anderson is the CEO of INVNT/IP (www.invntip.com) and the Deputy Program Director of the Future In Review conference. For the last 5 years, Evan has worked to bring top attendees, sponsors, and media to the Future In Review conference. As the CEO of INVNT/IP, Evan works every day to actively combat nation-state sponsored intellectual property theft through research, reporting, and top-level briefings with heads of government.
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