An update from experts who are pushing the boundaries of AI research, and reimagining collaboration between humans and machines.
How are the world’s leading companies activating artificial intelligence within their cloud environments?
How are we building hardware to facilitate the next generation of artificial intelligence technologies?
A lab-to-market examination of intelligent solutions, from lab research to deployment, in enterprises around the world.
A look into how Google is tackling various artificial intelligence challenges through gameplay.
What kind of revolution we are expecting when the energy world is in a rapid transforming period?
Pioneers of bio-tech companies are sharing their experience.
Special Panel Moderator：Wayne Xiong, Partner, China Growth Capital
How can blockchain rebuild trust in business world and the value network of human society?
Special Panel Moderator：Yin Cao, Chief Strategy Officer, Energy Blockchain Labs
How does new quantum technology move us further up the AI ladder?
Special Panel Moderator：Chaoyang Lu,Professor of Physics,University of Science and Technology of China
Technology, cost and market, are you ready for the new ride?
Special Panel Moderator：Jiong Liu, Founder, Itcapital
Established in 1999, the annual list recognizes outstanding innovators who are younger than
35. We are searching for individuals whose superb technical work promises to shape the
coming decades. Our goal is to recognize the development of new technology or the creative
application of existing technologies to solve problems. We also reward ingenious and elegant
work that matters to the world at large—not just to peers in a particular field or industry.
On Jan 30th, the 35 selected innovators will be announced and present at EmTech China.
·Time：8:00 am - 12:00 pm, Jan 30th, 2018Learn More
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