Looking for 8-10 startups to present their tech on May 5 at the 2022 MIT Efficient AI and Computing Technologies Conference.
FORMAT: short Lightning Talks followed by Lunch Exhibit (depending on evolving pandemic circumstances, this in-person event would become virtual). Startups will need to participate in a quick dry run (virtual) to review their slide deck. These events are attended by ILP global corporate members represented by senior executives, as well as by others from the ecosystem, and provide an excellent forum for exploring partnerships and collaboration opportunities between startups and industry.
THEME: Computing – from hardware and software to algorithms and AI – is the intellectual backbone supporting advancement across science and technology fields, molding society in profound ways. With skyrocketing demand for computer science education, as well as the pressing need for concrete, sustainable, and responsible solutions across technological domains, the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing invests in new artificial intelligence, data science, and computer science research. The 2022 MIT Efficient AI and Computing Technologies Conference will showcase the most recent developments and tangible impacts of computing technologies in AI hardware and software for improved efficiency and explainability, as well as their applications in diverse technological areas. Presented by the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing and the MIT Industrial Liaison Program, you will hear insights from MIT faculty, MIT Startup Exchange entrepreneurs, and industry executives from presentations, lightning talks, exhibitions, and a panel discussion.
Note on pandemic protocol - Spring 2022 ILP's in-person conferences will be open to fully vaccinated individuals only, excepting those individuals who have a medical condition or religious exemption. Speakers and attendees will use a new application developed at MIT -- Tim Tickets -- to grant campus access or scan into an event.
Note: selection will be on a rolling basis, so apply ASAP.
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