Top Tech Speakers at CES
The Annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) kicks off this week in Las Vegas. One of the year’s biggest events for tech enthusiasts, it's likely going to feature new advancements throughout the entire scope of the global technology market, but specifically: the connected car, AI, 5G, autonomous driving, smart speakers/voice, and wearables/hearables.
In addition, we happy to report that these LAI speakers are speaking at the conference this year:
Mike Allen is the co-founder of Axios, a company delivering news and insights on politics, business, media, and tech, and has been described "the man the White House wakes up to" by The New York Times. At the event, he will discuss the intersection of marketing, tech, and politics and the effect the increased use of technology has in the political debate. Check out the Axios blog live from Las Vegas to stay up to date with what's happening at CES
Gary Shapiro is the President and CEO of the Consumer Technology Association, the association behind CES. He closely watches the best in future technology from top companies and startups, and explains in fascinating detail the trends that will disrupt and revolutionize businesses and why. In this interview, Gary shares a preview of what attendees can expect to see, hear, and experience at this year's CES.
Mark Penn is President and Managing Partner of The Stagwell Group, a private equity fund that invests in digital marketing services companies as well as Chairman and CEO of MDC Partners.He has advised top world leaders like President Bill Clinton and Tony Blair, led companies, and is a best-selling author. He will be partaking in the discussion on politics and the media and offering his perspective on whether or not brands should take a stance in the political debate and the role technology plays in building a brand position, message communication and audience engagement in politics.
Elizabeth Gore is the President & Chairman of the Board of Alice (the first-ever AI tool for entrepreneurs) and Former Entrepreneur-in-Residence of Dell Technologies. She will be speaking in two different sessions - one on addressing the bias or blind spots in artificial intelligence and the other on supporting diverse entrepreneurs through mentoring, education, and networking. Read about her take on bias in AI in this POLITICO article.
Dr. Daniel Kraft is a repeat TED speaker and the Harvard and Stanford-trained head of the medicine track at Singularity University (whose founders hail from X Prize and Google). He shares how disruptive technology is reinventing the future of health and medicine while demoing the industry’s most revolutionary new gadgets. Watch Dr. Kraft’s TED talk about the future of medicine.
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