TechCrunch and UC Berkeley announced the agenda for TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2020 taking place on 3 March 2020 at the Zellerbach Hall in UC Berkeley. The one day event will bring together most influential minds in robotics and artificial intelligence featuring in-depth interviews and networking opportunities with top technologists, founders, investors and researchers.
TechCrunch, every year works to form a unique platform to bring together a cross-section of big companies and exciting new startups, along with top researchers, VCs and thinkers. This is a TechCrunch’s fourth event focused on robotics and AI which will feature on-stage, live interviews and demos with the world’s leading technologists, founders and investors, as well as workshops, audience Q&A with speakers, and highly curated networking.
Last year, the event witnessed attendance of 1500+ technology enthusiasts as it provides blends of thoughtful, research-focused robotics with a unique business in technology focus. The event will host prograame across three sections Main Stage, Breakouts/Q&A and Networking. Wherein, main stage presenters will include like of Amazon’s Tye Brady, Anca Dragan of Waymo, Claire Delaunay of Nvidia, Stuart Russell from UC Berkeley’s, James Kuffner of Toyota’s TRI-AD along with a surprise interview with Disney Imagineers. Brekaouts/O&A sessions will run more intimate conversations with speakers from SoftBank Robotics, Samsung, Sony’s Innovation Fund, Qualcomm, Nvidia and more.
The notable attending companies at this event include ABB Technology Ventures, Amazon, Ceres Robotics Inc, Deloitte, Facebook, Google X, Hyundai CRADLE, John Deere, LG Electronics, Misty Robotics, Silicon Valley Bank, Stanford, Toyota AI Ventures, Waymo and more.
Although organized as a one day confluence, this event will not only host ample amount of hand-picked demos but also showcase winners from the first-ever pitch-off competition for early-stage robotics companies. The event provides an exciting opportunity for new robotics technologies that are trying eager to come out in the market.