|In this new talk prepared just for the Association for Advancing Automation, Byron Reese will explore the future that technology will soon bring about. Decidedly optimistic, Reese paints the picture of a world in which data gathered by sensors powers artificial intelligence to improve the lives of everyone on the planet. Drawing from history and the long arc of human civilization, Reese tells the story of our species as one that has clawed its way from barbarism and ignorance, and is about to enter an age of abundance and long lives for everyone. Reese is no Pollyanna, and will address in detail how the challenges we presently face will be overcome.|
|Trust is a fundamental, bottom line issue. Without it, leaders lose teams, salespeople lose sales, and organizations lose reputation, retention of good people, relationships and revenue. But with trust, individuals and organizations enjoy greater creativity, productivity, freedom and results. Through David’s industry leading research The Trust Outlook™ and firsthand experience working with the world’s highest performing organizations, David reveals how top leaders and organizations drive business results to become the most trusted in their industry.|
|One of the country’s most informed economists, Alan has been providing workshops and economic analysis seminars in countries across the world to literally thousands of business owners and executives for the last 25 years.|
|Alex Shikany is the Vice President of AIA, part of the Association for Advancing Automation (A3). In his position, he researches and reports statistics for the global robotics, machine vision, and motion control markets.
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|Fresh approaches to growth, change, and transformation
Innovation isn’t limited to engineers in lab coats or the C-suite executives. In this inspiring, thought-provoking address, tech entrepreneur and New York Times bestselling author Josh Linkner dispels the myths around innovation, offering five actionable steps you can take to make innovation a daily habit. In doing so, he demonstrates how innovation can be an accessible, everyday part of your business. Energizing, actionable, and hysterically funny, audience members will emerge with a fresh perspective on driving the principles of innovation directly into their daily work.
What’s Next for Robotics & Automation?
For years, few venture capitalists invested in robotics, vision, and related startups. Now, it’s one of the most exciting new areas of investment in Silicon Valley. Why the recent change? Venture capital veteran Rob Coneybeer explains why, where the next opportunities will be, and what are the remaining challenges.
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