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Experts on 5G, AI, and smart cities assemble for Arm TechCon 2018
Arm TechCon 2018 is closing in fast and the agenda for this year’s event is now live, which you should definitely peruse if you’re contemplating a visit. The 2018 event will run from October 16 – 18 at its new location in the San Jose Convention Center.
If you’re unfamiliar with Arm TechCon, it’s a yearly event held by Arm showcasing the latest hardware and software advances in Arm’s world-class architecture. Perhaps think about it as the Google I/O of the Arm processor world. It’s an incredibly useful resource for developers, engineers, as well as influencers and innovators working across industries from automotive to cloud services, embedded software development, security, and more.
Talks scheduled for this year encompass topics from the latest smartphone technologies like 5G, to the internet-of-things, and advances in cutting-edge AI and machine learning fields. Here are just a few of the keynote talks scheduled to take place over the three-day event:
- Solutions For a Transforming World – Rene Haas (Arm)
- Building Dynamic Robots – Marc Raibert (Boston Dynamics)
- Data is Everything – Dipesh Patel (Arm)
- Smart & Sustainable Cities: The Future of Urban Living – Dr. Ayesha Khanna (ADDO AI)
- The Impossibility of Artificial Human Intelligence – Dr. Rand Hindi
Along with talks from industry experts, Arm TechCon hosts hands-on workshops to deepen your technical expertise. There’s also the expo floor to discover emerging and proven technologies and services from the Arm partner ecosystem. Not forgetting the opportunity to network with the brightest minds around.
A selection of passes are available for Arm TechCon depending on what you plan to attend. These range from just the Expo Floor right through to the All-Access Pass for all the key talks and sessions. For our readers, enter promo code 18ANDAUTH at registration to receive $300 off the price of your All-Access conference pass. We’ll see you there.