Exploring Tech and Advanced Materials Innovation in Space
The International Space Station is humankind’s greatest technological achievement. It also represents an unparalleled platform for innovation and partnership. Learn how some of the most recognizable companies in the world are leveraging the orbiting laboratory in microgravity to enhance their technological endeavors, while benefiting life on Earth. MODERATOR: Jeremy Wilks, Correspondent, Euronews SPEAKERS: Dr. Mark Fernandez, Americas HPC Technology Officer, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Andrew Rush, President and CEO, Made In Space, Inc. Liz Warren, Associate Program Scientist, International Space Station U.S National Laboratory
Chief Privacy Officer Roundtable: What Do Consumers Want?
Privacy is now a strategic imperative for all consumer businesses. How do companies build privacy at scale? Will regulation be a fragmented patchwork? Most importantly, what do consumers want?
Fireside Chat with FCC and FTC Chairmen
FTC Chairman Joseph Simonsand FCC Chairman Ajit Pai each join CTA President and CEO Gary Shapiro for candid conversations on the exciting opportunities the FTC and FCC face as the agencies navigate the rapidly changing technological landscape.
Predictions: How 5G Will Change Your Life
5G is here and it’s fueling a new era of innovation that will redefine consumer experiences and drive transformation across every industry. This new generation of mobile technology will also enable new services and industries we’ve yet to imagine.
What’s Next for the Fourth Industrial Revolution?
Industrial revolutions were once created in factories. Then the Fourth arrived, coming to the consumer world first. Now comes the most exciting transformation yet: the rise of digital industry and smart infrastructure.
Enter the Quantum Decade
Major industry innovators explain why many believe quantum is the next big thing in technology and how it is about unlock tremendous value.
IoT: Moving Into An Anticipatory Tech World
Beyond touch, voice and search is a world where things happen, the era of anticipation. It will require an array of sensors and data sharing far beyond what we are subject to today, in exchange for improvements in health, mobility, and our homes.