More ways to engage

In addition to two days of curated content and headline speakers, Future Compute offers a number of ways to connect with speakers, attendees, and the MIT community.

Join us before and after the sessions and take advantage of the MIT Inside Track for engaging discussions and exclusive access to faculty and researchers on the MIT campus and beyond.

Preview Day

Log in on Tuesday, February 9 to set up your profile, browse the agenda and attendee list, and familiarize yourself with the virtual platform.


MIT Inside Track

Join the Inside Track sessions to engage more deeply with our content, speakers, and your fellow attendees during mainstage programming breaks.

  • Spotlight on: AI Energy Consumption
    Modern computing is fueling so much innovation, but it comes at a cost: staggering consumption of power. Hear firsthand about the architecture being built to make AI more energy efficient without sacrificing precision.
  • Master Class in Quantum Computing
    This session explores the fundamentals of quantum computing: how it works, why it’s so powerful, and where quantum computing will have its greatest impact. Just how far away are we from a day when quantum computing solves previously unsolvable problems?
  • Spotlight on: MCUNet
    Get an inside look at MCUNet, a new MIT system that brings machine learning to microcontrollers. Find out what this means for the function and security of devices (250 billion and counting) connected to the IoT.
  • Master Class in High Performance Computing
    Engineering materials to be used in extreme environments, like outer space or nuclear reactors, presents particular challenges that can only be solved through simulation. This session outlines CESMEX, a new research effort that aims to advance state-of-the-art predictive simulation.


After Hours with the Editors

Join this informal wrap-up session with the MIT Technology Review editorial team and get their reflections and insights on the day’s proceedings.


1:1 Private Meetings

Connect with other attendees by booking your own private meetings during the event.


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