Looking for 8 Startups to present their technology on Oct 13 at the 2021 MIT Digital Technology and Strategy Conference: Accelerating Success Through Industrial Digital Transformation (in person). Format: Startup Lightning Talks around noon (4-5 mins each), followed by Startup Lunch Exhibit (1 hr). Please note: if anything changes again due to the pandemic, we will look to host the startup portion virtually around the same time.
The expected audience will include hundreds of executives from MIT ILP corporate members globally. More details can be found on the ILP website.
The 21st century restarted in 2021. The companies that implemented Digital Transformation effectively thrived during the worldwide pandemic. Digital Transformation has reduced disruptions in business, across all industries, and new digital technologies and strategies have continued to emerge faster than ever. MIT has been no exception to this uninterrupted innovation. This annual MIT Digital Technology and Strategy Conference explores the latest research from across the Institute and its potential impact across industries. The conference highlights several of the areas where MIT continues to generate cutting-edge research in numerous areas, such as quantum computing, satellite communications, AI, robotics, cybersecurity, predictive analytics, digital business and others. Join MIT’s faculty, MIT-connected startups and industry executives as they discuss their latest innovations, meant to be practical and actionable solutions to accelerate real-world innovation and industry success. The program also allows for opportunities for networking with top MIT researchers and industry executives.
Focus: digital transformation touching on the following tech - IoT, cloud and edge computing, AI, cybersecurity, big data and analytics, robotics, mobile tech, 5G & 6G & satellite/wireless communications, monetizing data, tech innovation strategy, software business, customer experience, what comes after digital transformation and Covid and WFH.
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