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Find your Edge

 

Transforming computing into
competitive advantage


Join in-person or online May 3-4, 2022

MIT Technology Review’s conference
sets you up for competitive advantage

From the latest in edge, quantum, 5G, IoT, and AI to what’s emerging in silicon, spatial, the metaverse, and more, Future Compute is computing technology executive summary for IT and business leaders tasked with maximizing innovation and technology for success.

Join us on the MIT campus or online from anywhere in the world.

At Future Compute, we’ll explore:

Quantum ComputingHow close is the commercial reality?

The EdgeWhat decisions should be made at the edge, in the fog, and in the cloud?

Artificial IntelligenceCleaner data, smarter algorithms, better decisions

SecurityProtect your data from prying eyes

The MetaverseIs this for real?

Learn from the experts

Founder and CEO
Future Today Institute
Research Scientist, EQuS Group
MIT
President and CTO
Tenstorrent
Head of Document Products
Scale AI
CEO
DarwinAI

Future Compute exclusives

Hear from the experts

Enjoy unparalleled access to our invitation-only speakers, including the most brilliant minds in artificial intelligence and computing technologies from across the world.

Ask questions

Ask questions live of our speakers and editors, and participate in polls and interactive engagements.

Create deeper connections

Network with like-minded attendees, participate in our open forum discussions, and schedule 1:1 private meetings to share insights and ideas.

Participate your way

Travel to MIT or participate from anywhere. Our hybrid model allows you to attend from anywhere and catch up on a schedule that works for you.

 

Register for Future Compute

Virtual:
Online-only Access
$650

  • Early access to the virtual event
  • All mainstage content
  • A Future Compute Preview to help you prepare
  • MIT Inside Track sessions with faculty and researchers
  • Peer-to-peer virtual networking and private meetings
  • On-demand access to the Future Compute library
  • One-year Digital subscription to MIT Technology Review, including a subscriber-only weekly newsletter, The Algorithm
  • The Download, MIT Technology Review's weekday tech newsletter

VIP Hybrid:
In-Person + Online Access
$2595

  • All Online-only benefits

PLUS

  • Exclusive access to the renowned MIT Media Lab
  • Live mainstage presentations
  • Special pre-event content on May 2
  • First-access to Q&A sessions with speakers
  • Two evening receptions
  • Upgraded one-year Print+Digital subscription to MIT Technology Review, including a subscriber-only weekly AI newsletter, The Algorithm

We are pleased to offer conference discounts to MIT alumni and other members of the MIT community, academics, 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. Hybrid and online tickets are fully refundable until April 4, or you may convert your hybrid ticket to online without penalty. Alternatively, you may transfer your ticket to another person at any time by providing authorization to us in writing. All cancellations, change requests, and transfers should be sent to eventsreg@technologyreview.com. Should MIT Technology Review make the decision to not host the in-person event, hybrid tickets will be converted to online and the cost difference refunded to your original method of payment.

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 press@technologyreview.com 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 – both live and online. 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 contact us at eventsreg@technologyreview.com.

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

By registering for this event, you acknowledge that you may receive promotional messages from the event host(s) and sponsor(s). You may adjust your preferences at any time by clicking on the link in the email.

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. Registrations will be reviewed as they’re 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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