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Capitalize on the opportunities at the crossroads of business and AI


MIT Technology Review’s
signature AI conference

Join in-person at MIT
March 28 - 29, 2023

AI Intersections

Artificial Intelligence intersects with every aspect of our businesses and lives. Often invisible and mostly inseparable, it has become the de facto tool for making predictive insights from the petabytes of data that define our world.

AI intersections are decision points, requiring a clear understanding of the technologies, policies, and strategies that both accelerate and constrain AI. AI Intersections are opportunities to meet, discover, and create new business opportunities.

AI Intersections are where we choose the best path, marked or unmarked, forward.

What to expect

Meeting of the People – Meeting of the Minds

Some people cross your path and change your whole direction. Whether the intersection is organized or organic, synergies form, new ideas are born, and solutions appear where once only problems lay. To foster these intersections, our conference this year will be an in-person event only.

A New Conference Experience

We are rethinking the way we teach and learn. While we’ll continue deliver the insightful sessions from AI leaders you’ve come to expect at EmTech Digital, we will now be augmenting your experience with a new focus on lab tours and excursions.

Past featured speakers

Founder and CEO
Landing AI
SVP, Research, Product, & Partnerships
Principal Scientist
Co-Founder & Chief Scientist
Director of Machine Learning Research

Agenda Overview

Tuesday, March 28

AI at the Intersection of Business

As we instrument and record every action we take in the digital world, artificial intelligence uncovers the hidden opportunities buried within the data.

Wednesday, March 29

AI’s Intersecting Technologies

The immense growth of AI is due as much to its refined algorithms as to the advanced hardware that power its complex computations. Multi-modal AI, models where different types of inputs intersect, is uncovering new paths to previously unreachable opportunities.


Register for EmTech Digital

Full Conference:
In-person Access

  • Exclusive access to the renowned MIT Media Lab
  • Live mainstage presentations
  • Q&A sessions with speakers
  • Peer-to-peer networking
  • Two evening receptions
  • On-demand access to the EmTech Digital library


  • One-year Print+Digital subscription to MIT Technology Review
  • The Download MIT Technology Review's weekday tech newsletter
  • Unlimited access to the magazine archives

We are pleased to offer conference discounts to MIT alumni and other members of the MIT community, non-profit organizations, select affiliate groups, and parties of three or more. A limited number of scholarships are also available. Email us to inquire about your eligibility.


Cancellation policy

We understand the return to live events brings many unknowns, and safety is our top priority. Tickets are fully refundable until February 28, or you may choose to apply your payment to another MIT Technology Review event in the same calendar year without penalty. No refunds are offered after February 28, but you may transfer your ticket to another person at any time by providing authorization to us in writing. Email us for all cancellations and transfer requests. Should MIT Technology Review make the decision to not host the in-person event, you will be contacted immediately.

Media registration

To request a media pass for an MIT Technology Review conference, please submit the media registration form.

Media passes are limited and are granted only to working journalists who intend to cover the event (see media and analyst required credentials on the form). The information you submit will be reviewed carefully, so please be as detailed as possible when filling out the form. Media credential approval for a prior MIT Technology Review conference does not guarantee approval for this event.

Email us with any questions.

Attendee code of conduct

We are curating discussions that include a wide range of views on the most significant technologies and trends of the year. We are committed to providing safe, respectful forums. By participating in this event, you agree to maintain a respectful environment during all parts of the conference. Violations will be dealt with at the organizer’s discretion and may result in removal from the event. To report an incident, please email us.

Any speaker materials provided are meant for informational/educational purposes only and may not be reproduced or altered in any other way.

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Commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion

We value diversity of ideas and perspectives, both onstage and among our audiences. We strive to include speakers with varied experiences and perspectives, and we offer scholarships to encourage event participation by underrepresented groups and individuals.

Career mentorship

Discounted tickets for early-career professionals are available to those new to the workforce and/or with limited experience in their field. Email us to inquire. Eligibility will be reviewed as inquiries are received, based on industry experience, job title, and other relevant considerations. MIT Technology Review reserves the right to cancel tickets purchased by those that do not qualify.

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