Intelligent computing

How the Internet of Things, the speed of 5G, and the reasoning of Artificial Intelligence are combining to transform business


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February 10-11, 2021

Future Compute 2021 is over.


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May 3-4, 2022

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IoT devices are instrumenting everything, creating massive amounts of data that only AI algorithms can dissect and understand. 5G is moving that data at previously unattainable speeds, making fast decisions at the edge possible.

The convergence of 5G, AI, and the Internet of Things will transform how you do business. Join today’s powerhouse leaders at IBM, Microsoft Azure, AMD, Honeywell, Cloudflare, and MIT Inside Track experts as they reveal the real-world opportunities that intelligent computing has to offer.

Cut through the noise of the cloud & computing landscape

Designed for technology decision-makers and influencers across all industries, Future Compute unpacks the technologies you'll need to harness the evolving power of intelligent computing. Key area and questions we’ll explore this year include:

Cloud Computing – How will it transform business?

Quantum Computing – How close is this new reality?

High Performance Computing – What benefits will trickle down to the IT World?

Future ComputeTakeaways

  • Grasp the tangible benefits of real-world intelligent cloud computing
  • Network building through peer-to-peer and attendee-to-thought-leader interactivity
  • Take a master class to understand what quantum computing and high-performance computing is and why it matters
  • Exclusive access to innovation hubs via the MIT Inside Track
  • Experience it your way – via live interactive session, networking, and chats or by catching up with the presenter materials and session recordings for up to one year after the event
  • Build your action plan with strategies and tools to make informed decisions
  • Continued connection to the MIT Technology Review advantage: your paid ticket also includes a one-year digital subscription to MIT Technology Review

Featured speakers

D-Wave Systems
Research Manager
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Azure CTO and Technical Fellow
Cofounder and COO

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