SingularityU powered by Sebastian Kulczyk
26th October at Singularity University, Warsaw Chapter. The Masters and Robots event held according to the schedule was filled with a plethora of world-changing ideas and workshops that could let those changes happen.
The day opened with Charles Bark’s speech on Aged Care Robotics for the 209 million elderly in China, as well as Ronen Tal-Botzer’s “Exponential education for exponential medicine,” and later, Ori Geva’s “Supercharging personalized risk stratification with machine learning and ordinary clinical data”.
The day resumed with a panel about the Future of health with P. Soszyński, Charles Bark, Ronen Tal-Botzer and Ori Geva. This concluded the health-related subjects for the day. But while those matters were covered – a new theme emerged on the agenda:
“The future of art and technology – creating empathic communication” delivered through Domhnail Hernon’s voice.
Although on a tight schedule, Sebastian Kulczyk shared some of his time with the InCredibles finalists over lunch. The team members behind the InCredible startups were present during the whole event, as they took part in the SingularityU.
Then it was time for Oleg Brodt and his speech on the future of cybersecurity.
Cristina Dolan with her view on the future of trust and Petra Hauser with a speech about “Game changer blockchain: exponential tech and disruptor”.
Sebastian Kulczyk joined a panel to discuss “Different faces of entrepreneurship and start-ups” along with S. Wong, L. Soulodre and S. Singh Manchanda.
In the meantime, S. Jakubiak, Deming Chen, Marianne Winslett and D. Hernon held a panel about the future of AI.
Later, Deming Chen encouraged everyone to FPGA-Based smart devices and platforms for the AI revolution. And last but not least – Marianne Winslett talked about AI for energy savings.
Masters and Robots panel ended late in the afternoon. And all this knowledge was just the tip of the world-changing iceberg. Leaving that day’s attendants wanting for more Singularity.