Masters & Robots – melting pot of innovation again in Warsaw!
The Global Expert Elite in Digital Transformation and New technologies is coming back in November.
The future is coming! Longevity, Biotechnology, in vitro meat, artificial intelligence, reading emotions, robotics, blockchain, the future of media and medicine, investing in technology. This is the world of tomorrow which we will show you during 2nd edition of the “Masters &Robots” event on 13th-15th November. Get ready for a huge dose of knowledge about the effective use of new technologies and modern business management.
The main theme of the event is digital transformation and how it will affect us in 10 years
In Poland, we mostly encounter the theory of digital transformation. There are very few practical examples of implementations and specific case studies that can be inspiring. Our knowledge in the field of new technologies is limited only to selected fields. Meanwhile, technology has to be learned as a whole, because you never know which element will have a disruptive impact on our industry. That is why we organize ‘Masters & Robots’ – to share unique knowledge in this area.
Jowita Michalska, founder of Digital University, event organizer
The education of Masters & Robots participants will be taken care of by the ‘global elite of lecturers and practitioners. Invited guests work in the most dynamic technology and business centers in the world (e.g. Silicon Valley, Israel, MIT). Workshop participants will be able to enter into deep dialogue with them and benefit more from ‘Masters & Robots’
The event will also feature Singularity University, whose Warsaw branch – SingularityU Warsaw Chapter – will organize an open meeting during the ‘Masters & Robots’
Speakers of the Masters&Robots will include:
‘Masters & Robots’ is organized by Digital University – specializing in education in digital transformation and competence of the future and also the exclusive representative of Singularity University in Poland.
The event is supported by Sebastian Kulczyk, Maciej Noga (co-founder of Grupa Pracuj), The City of Warsaw and the Copernicus Science Center. In the previous edition, ‘M & R’ partners included: mBank, Orange and Deloitte as well as the embassies of the US and Israel.
The first edition of the ‘Masters & Robots’ event brought together over 1,000 people and nearly 40 lecturers from around the world. Speakers included investors from Silicon Valley, entrepreneurs from London, Singapore and New York, academics of Stanford , NYU Stern and innovators from Israel, Ireland, China and South Korea.