Chair, Department of Chemical Physiology, The Scripps Research Institute; Co-director, Center for Physiological Proteomics, The Scripps Research Institute
Founder and Managing Director of DEV
Professor of Systems Biology, Columbia University
Executive Partner, Sofinnova Ventures
Will you be able to build your next robot at home from parts made on a 3D printer? Will a DARPA contest give birth to a new generation of humanoid rescue or helper robots? And when did Google become a robotics company, anyway?
Robots have always excelled at dull, dirty, and dangerous jobs like building cars, finding nuclear-reactor leaks, or exploring the oceans and planets, but now they’re turning up in all sorts of new and surprising places, and being groomed to work right alongside humans. They’re driving on our highways, moving medical supplies, connecting remote workplaces, and even teaching our children. If the next big frontier for robots is the home, the hospital, or the classroom, what does that mean for the businesses buying robots, the people working with them, and the inventors building them?
At Xconomy’s third annual robotics forum—hosted by SRI International during National Robotics Week—we’ll grapple with the social, economic, and entrepreneurial questions arising as the robotics revolution hits home.
Registration: 12:00 – 1:00 pm
Program: 1:00 – 5:30 pm
Networking Reception: 5:40 – 6:30 pm
Saver Rate (ends April 1): $150
Regular Registration: $175
Startup Special: $75
Student Registration: $20
At the Door: $295
Demo Space: $1,000
Get a table in our demo space to display your product or technology. This includes two registrations (we’ll send you a code for the second attendee registration).
Demo Space—Startup: $500
Same as above, for your startup company less than 3 years old with 20 or fewer employees.