Food for Thought & Beer Bash with the MIT Museum
Event on 2017-07-18 19:00:00
Prepare your taste buds for a night of food, science and culture! Join us at the MIT Museum as we speed-geek our way around the block in a progressive dinner adventure that could include gourmet sticky buns, tacos, freshly-brewed coffee, local wine, burgers, or sake. Then, enjoy a late night at the Museum and explore at least 12 tastings of products from local breweries! 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Food, science & culture tastings 8:30-10:30 p.m. Beer Bash @ the MIT Museum Tastings (Seating begins at 6:45 p.m. and you must be 21+ to attend.) Gather your friends and choose one of three different tracks that celebrate food, culture and science as represented on our block (181-313 Mass Ave, Cambridge). Enjoy special tastings and hear from the minds behind the venues — chefs, founders — who will discuss baking science, the evolution of coffee, the archaeology of the city of Saloniki, and more! Participants in this portion of the event will check-in at the first venue listed on their ticket and end at the MIT Museum in time for the Beer Bash. Venues include: PAGU – Creating Artificial Intelligence for Flavor Discovery: Tracy Chang (PAGU Chef and Founder) and Beth Altringer (Harvard Professor) Darwin's – The Evolution of Coffee Brewing: Steven Darwin (Founder) Heartbreak Hill Running Company – How to Run A Marathon in Less than 2 Hours: Justin Burdon and Dan Fitzgerald (Founders). Running fuel provided by Mother Juice. Be prepared to take a brief running test, so wear your running shoes or borrow some at the venue. MIT Press Bookstore – How to Make the Best Burger Naco Taco – Tasty Tales with Tortillas Toscanini's @ the MIT Museum – Creamy, Cultured & Cold: Gus Rancatore (Founder) Central Bottle – Two of a Kind: Wine & Cheese: Lisa Collins (Cheesemonger) and Liz Vilardi (Founder) Flour Bakery – The Science of Baking: Sarah Wallace (Flour Pastry Training Chef) Saloniki – Greek Hospitality and the City of Saloniki: Jonathan Mendez (COO and Co-Founder) Beer Bash and Late Night Admission to the MIT Museum, 8:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. (You must be 21+ to attend; beer tasting ends at 10:30 p.m.; separate ticketing available.) Can't make it to the food & culture program? No worries, as the night will just be getting started! Join us for an opportunity to sample beer from some of the best local brewers in the greater Boston area. Each ticket includes 12 tastings of a variety of beers and ciders as well as after-hours admission to the MIT Museum. And, use your event wristband to receive discounts from participating sponsors! Confirmed Brew Partners: Aeronaut Brewing Company Bantam Cider Down the Road Brewery Exhibit 'A' Brewing Company Farmer Willie's Flying Dreams Brewing Company Ipswich Ale Brewery Lamplighter Brewing Lord Hobo Brewing Stay tuned — there is more to come! A special thanks to the Central Square Business Association.
at MIT Massachusetts Institute of Technology
77 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, United States
4th World Congress on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence
Event on 2017-10-23 09:00:00
Global Experts Meeting on “4th World Congress on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence” is to be held in Osaka, Japan during October 23, 24 of 2017 Organized by Conference series LLC. It will bring together world-class professors, scientists, academic scholars, and doctors, engineers, students, delegates to discuss the current developments, renewable materials, computer science department and Smart Robotics on in the field of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence from all around the world.
Link – http://robotics.conferenceseries.com/
at Japan Center
1881 Post St
San Francisco, United States
Big Data Universe Conference 2017
Event on 2017-05-18 09:00:00
FOR MORE DETAILED INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE! The technical and practical Big Data Universe Conference will be held in Budapest – 18th May, 2017 at Akvárium Club. We are hosting over 400+ professionals this year in order to allow excellent networking on the top of intensive and valuable seminars. We are only bringing the finest speakers and top scoring classes to make sure this Big Data Conference is going to be unique. The conference will focus on innovations in productivity in relation to: Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence Deep Learning Big data in the Cloud Predictive Analytics IoT (Internet of Things) Robots What can you expect from the seminars? The Big Data Universe Conference sessions are 20 minute presentations delivered by experts from the data industry. Deep dive into machine learning tools and appliances Workshops for Exploring Opportunities in the Era of Big Data Detailed revelation of predictive analytics Best practices for using Big Data in the Cloud How to leverage the increasing ability by robots and machines to analyze enormous and unstructured datasets? You get to meet You get to meet technical experts , Senior and C-level executives from leading innovators in the Data Science space. Executives from startups to enterprises will attend our conference. The conference will feature internationally recognized speakers and it may be the most powerful event you attend in 2017. BDU in numbers • More than 400 Attendees• 6 Exhibitors• 2 Keynote Speakers • 16 Speakers• 2 Sections• Some Hundreds Terabyte of Data will be presented Learn more about the speakers. Information Do you have anything else in mind? We would love to hear any other ideas that you may have to make Big Data Universe Conference 2.0 real special! Please register NOW to reserve your place. If you have questions, send an e-mail to email@example.com. We look forward to welcoming you to at the Akvárium Klub in Budapest this May. Let us discover the Big Data Universe together! NOTE: The official language of the event is English. EVENT DISCLAIMER By entering the event premises, you consent to interview(s), photography, video recording and its/their release, publication, exhibition, or reproduction to be used for news, media, or any other purpose by Big Data and its affiliates and representatives. You release Big Data Universe Conference 2.0, its partners and each and all persons involved from any liability connected with the taking, recording, digitizing, or publication of interviews, photographs, computer images, video and/or sound recordings.
at Akvarium Club
Bruno Fabre: ‘Mijn hersenen praten met de computer’
Event on 2017-03-18 14:00:00
Computer en hersenen met elkaar verbonden, waardoor de computer opdrachten krijgt, direct vanuit de gedachte die gelezen wordt. Is dat sciencefiction? Nee, dat is al een realiteit die we onder ogen kunnen zien. We zijn in een boeiende tijd waar mens en machine dichter bij elkaar komen dan ooit! We denken dat robots ons werk afpakken, maar de computer en technologie nemen de meeste taken over. Wat betekent dat voor ons werk? Hoe zorgen we ervoor dat we nog ons maandelijkse salaris ontvangen, of gaat het straks helemaal anders? Wat is de impact van technologie op het leven van vandaag, en welke nieuwe wereld ontwaakt? Worden we gelukkiger dan ooit? Is er genoeg voor jou? Voor je kinderen? Een explosie van beelden, video's, muziek, een overvloed aan inzichten en eyeopeners maken de presentaties van ir. Bruno Fabre MCA tot een verrassende en leerrijke ervaring. Bruno Fabre is Mass Change Agent: hij speurt naar de jongste trends en vernieuwingen en helpt organisaties en individuen een stap vooruit te maken in denken en doen. Technologie en psychologie, gemengd met innovatieve marketing hebben zijn voorkeur. Hij is gediplomeerd in Neuro Linguïstisch Programmeren (NLP), Financieel Planning en Artificial Intelligence (AI). Hij is ook nog in de leer bij de Iceman Wim Hof, en bereidt een nieuw boek vol met trucs om gezond en gelukkig te zijn en te blijven.