What are the major innovations that will have the biggest overall impact on humans—on people’s lives, comfort, health, and security—and what role will San Diego play in the advance of these technologies?
Xconomy is organizing a half-day forum to explore this theme, focusing on the innovations in the life sciences and technology that appear most likely to affect large numbers of people or markets, and on the breakthroughs that promise to result in substantially lower costs for consumers.
— Quantified Health
— Fighting Cancer
— Self-driving Vehicles
— Precision Medicine
— Scientific Wellness
Mary Lou Jepsen, founder, Openwater; former Director of Engineering, Facebook/Oculus
Dan Goldin, former Administrator, NASA; Chairman, President & CEO, KnuEdge
Henrik Christensen, Director, UCSD Institute for Contextual Robotics
Larry Smarr, Director, CalIT2
Jeff Hawkins, VP of Reproductive & Genetic Health, Illumina
Clayton Lewis, Co-founder & CEO, Seattle-based Arivale
Jay Lichter, Entrepreneur & Partner, Avalon Ventures Partner
Steven Steinhubl, Professor, Scripps Translational Science Institute
Sandeep Pandya, President, NetraDyne
Patryk Laurent, director of AI engineering, LeEco
Paul Banks, President, TetraVue
Urs Köster, Senior Algorithm Engineer, Intel/Nervana Systems
Chris Borroni-Bird, VP of Strategic Development, Qualcomm
Registration: 12:30 – 1:30 pm
Program: 1:30 – 5:30 pm
Networking reception: 5:30 – 6:30 pm
View the full agenda here.
Procrastinator’s Special: $125
Regular Registration: $195
Startup Special: $95
At the door: $225
Tickets are transferable but not refundable.
*Speakers and schedule are subject to change.