Xconomy’s 6X6 Big Tech Ideas Forum This Afternoon: 5 Tickets Left

A mini-invasion of tech companies hits Boston today. The clock is counting down for 6×6: Six Cities, Six Big Tech Ideas, Xconomy’s forum this afternoon that features one cool tech company from each of the six cities in our network. The legendary computer scientist Stephen Wolfram, creator of Mathematica and Wolfram|Alpha, kicks things off with the opening keynote.

We have just five tickets left, and if you act before noon, you can avoid the at-the-door premium. The event starts at 1:30 today at the Fidelity Center for Applied Technology in downtown Boston, right next to South Station, making for an easy commute. So get those last five tickets here.

The great lineup of people and tech companies presenting today includes: Jason Baptiste of OnSwipe (New York); Adam Goldstein from Hipmunk (San Francisco); Nathaniel Borenstein of Mimecast (Detroit); Kabir Shahani from Appature (Seattle); Bill Walker from Northrop Grumman (San Diego); and Dave Icke from MC10 (Boston).

We also have a few bonus features—a special demo from MIT Media Lab professor Rosalind Picard of some of the technology behind Affectiva, her company that enables computers to understand your emotions. Finally, we’ll have a handful of quick presentations from up-and-coming area startups, and a lot of great networking.

So act quickly—and get those tickets. See you soon.

Bob is Xconomy's founder and chairman. You can email him at bbuderi@xconomy.com. Follow @bbuderi

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