The emerging technologies reshaping business
For COOs, CIOs and IT leadership, EmTech Next uncovers the opportunities exposed by cutting-edge technologies that are reshaping the way business innovates, operates and grows.
Our agenda for this 6th edition of our signature digital transformation event covers generative AI, web3, metaverses, leadership strategies for the digital workforce, technology and industry 4.0, and the emerging technologies transforming the customer experience.
The Digital Transformation Event
Separating the transformational from the transient, MIT Technology Review’s EmTech Next breaks down the emerging technology breakthroughs in a structured quest to uncover the most impactful technologies that will change the ways business runs.
For the Leaders of Technology-Driven Organizations
Businesses built on technology must constantly monitor for emerging technology trends that will disrupt their industries, change consumer behavior, alter economics, and transform lives. To successfully lead in an environment of continual change requires reasoned insight from trusted sources to make confident business technology decisions.
Tuesday, June 13
Transform with Technology
11:00 A.m. – 2:25 p.m.
In a world of constant change, the spoils go to the nimble. Mandatory skills include recognizing and integrating breakthrough technologies, adopting a change mindset, and a maniacal focus on the customer experience. Digital transformation is not just about technology, it’s about reimagining your business.
Wednesday, June 14
The AI Revolution
11:00 a.m. – 2:15 p.m.
The future of business is literally and figuratively being re-written by generative AI. It’s impacting the workplace, the workflow, and the workers alike. Get an inside look at new opportunities and challenges of the generative AI revolution.
Thursday, June 15
The New Digital Landscape
11:00 a.m. – 1:50 p.m.
Digital transformation is the bridge between the past and the future of business. But how do you build a bridge to the unknown? We examine the strategies to improve efficiency, increase agility, and enhance customer experiences in the new digital landscape.
VP, Innovation and Strategy
Lead Partner, Digital and Business Disruption
Vice President, Technology Services
Strategy and Transformation Lead
NASA Langley Research
Chief Enterprise Architect
GVP Strategy & Transformation
Chief Technologist, North America Public Sector
Senior Director, New Ventures & Growth
Virtual: Online Access
- Early access to the virtual platform
- All live content on June 13, 14, and 15
- Q&A sessions with speakers
- Ability to download speaker materials
- Peer-to-peer virtual networking
- On-demand access to the EmTech Next library for three months
- All of these benefits
- Access to exclusive Technology Review content within the virtual platform
- The Download, MIT Technology Review’s weekday tech newsletter
- One-year Digital subscription to MIT Technology Review
Virtual: Online Access
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