Intelligent computing

Discover how the next wave of computing technologies will change your business

Hosted online
February 10-11, 2021

What happens when the internet of things converges with the speed of 5G and the reasoning of artificial intelligence?

Organizations of all sizes and from all industries rely heavily on intelligent machines and cloud computing to operate. The massive shift to remote work during the covid-19 pandemic has only increased this reliance. 

So, what’s on the horizon, and how are the world’s computing giants using this moment to innovate? We explore the building blocks of computing today and how advancements in these areas will revolutionize the business world.

A curated exploration of the computing landscape

Tailored to decision-makers across all industries, Future Compute will examine the technologies poised to disrupt business and identify exciting new opportunities (and risks).

  • Artificial intelligence
  • 5G networks
  • Edge computing


  • Quantum computing
  • Next-generation interfaces

Featured speakers

Research Manager, Center for Technology, Media & Telecommunications
Deloitte Services
Chief Scientist
Cofounder and COO

What you can expect from MIT Technology Review

An MIT Technology Review event is a high-profile speaking opportunity. We are fortunate to be able to select only the most qualified speakers based on experience, expertise, and perspective.

Our speakers will share their presentation material and be available for follow-up discussion and networking during the program.



Connect with industry leaders, virtually: Future Compute registration includes interactive panel discussions, chat sessions, and live conversations on February 10-11.

Ongoing access to the MIT Technology Review advantage: After the event is over, attendees will get access to on-demand video and speaker materials; a subscription to The Download, MIT Technology Review's weekday email newsletter; and a one-year complimentary digital subscription to MIT Technology Review’s website, with new stories and features added every day.


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 to inquire about your eligibility:

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Cancellation Policy

If you cancel your registration for any reason, you must notify us in writing before January 10, 2021 for a refund less a $100 processing fee. Cancellations on and after January 10 are nonrefundable. You may transfer your registration to another person at any time by providing authorization to us in writing. All cancellations and transfer requests should be sent to:


Attendee Code of Conduct

The mission of MIT Technology Review is to inform our audience about important new technologies. We are curating a series of discussions that includes a wide range of views on the most significant technologies and trends of the year. We value diversity of ideas and perspectives from our speakers and our audience. We are proud to bring varying points of view to our stage and are committed to providing a respectful environment for our speakers and audience. By joining us at an event, you agree to maintain a respectful environment during all parts of the conference.

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