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2019 SPEAKER LINEUP

Last year’s sold-out conference hosted top executives from Fortune 500 companies, AI startups founders, venture capitalists, researchers and AI developers. See what we have in store for April 18th with our 2019 Speaker Lineup.

Speaker applications are now closed for 2019. Please feel free to apply for the BootstrapLabs Applied AI Conference 2020 Speaker Lineup or nominate a qualified speaker (see below).

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

Walter Robb

Walter Robb

Principal, Stonewall Robb Advisors, Entrepreneur & Former Co-CEO, Whole Foods Market

Former Co-CEO of Whole Foods Market Walter Robb has a long and varied entrepreneurial history, ranging from natural food retailer to farmer to consultant. Robb joined Whole Foods Market in 1991 and was named co-CEO in 2010, at which time he joined the Whole Foods Market Board of Directors. In 2017, Robb transitioned his focus to his role as an advocate for greater food access in underserved communities, serving as Chairman of the Board for Whole Kids Foundation and Whole Cities Foundation. Robb is an Executive in Residence at S2G Ventures and serves on the Board of Directors for Union Square Hospitality Group, The Container Store, FoodMaven, HeatGenie and Apeel Sciences.

Danny Lange

Danny Lange

VP of AI and Machine Learning, Unity Technologies

Dr. Danny Lange is VP of AI and ML at Unity Technologies. As the former Head of ML at Uber, he led an effort to build the world’s most versatile ML platform to support Uber’s rapid growth. Previously, Danny was the General Manager of Amazon ML, an AWS product that offers ML as a Cloud Service. Prior to Amazon, Danny was Principal Development Manager at Microsoft, where he was leading a product team focused on large-scale ML for Big Data. Danny started his career as a Computer Scientist at IBM Research and has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Technical University of Denmark.

John Apostolopoulos

John Apostolopoulos

VP & CTO for Enterprise Networking Business, Lab Director for Innovation Labs, Cisco

As VP and CTO of Cisco’s Enterprise Networking Business, John Apostolopoulos is designing the
next generation of computer networking. His work includes wireless (from WiFi to 5G), Internet
of Things, multimedia networking, visual analytics, and machine learning. John is an IEEE Fellow
and was named “one of the world’s top 100 young innovators” by MIT Technology Review, and
contributed to the US Digital TV Standard (Engineering Emmy 1997). He published over 100
papers, receiving 5 best paper awards, and about 75 granted patents. John was a Consulting
Associate Professor at Stanford and received his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. from MIT.

Dharmesh Syal

Dharmesh Syal

CTO & Partner, BCG Digital Ventures

Dharmesh Syal is the Chief Technology Officer at BCG Digital Ventures. Dharmesh has over 25 years of experience leading teams, building disruptive and enterprise-grade technology platforms for mobile, cloud, distributed systems, advanced intelligence and collaboration. He is a visionary and a key contributor to seeding several new digital technologies, including human computation, behavior intelligence, emotion AI, IoT orchestrators, cognitive engines, federated cloud, semantic web, SOA open stacks and more. Prior to joining BCG Digital Ventures, Dharmesh held leadership positions with AT&T, PwC Consulting, IBM and M&M group.

Kay Firth-Butterfield

Kay Firth-Butterfield

Head of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, World Economic Forum

Kay Firth-Butterfield is Head, AI & ML at the World Economic Forum and Barrister-at-Law and former part-time Judge in the United Kingdom and Professor of Law. She is an Associate Fellow of the Centre for the Future of Intelligence at the University of Cambridge, and Fellow of the Robert E. Strauss Center on international Security and Law at the University of Texas. She is Vice-Chair of the IEEE Initiative on Ethical Considerations in AI and Autonomous Systems. She is one of Robohub’s top 25 Women in Robotics in 2017 and co-founded AI-Austin, AI-Global and the Consortium for Law and Policy of AI and Robotics.

Irakli Beridze

Irakli Beridze

Head of the Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, United Nations

Irakli Beridze is Head Head of the Centre for AI and Robotics at the United Nations, UNICRI. He initiated and managed the first UN Programme on AI and Robotics and organized several high-level events at the United Nations General Assembly. He is a member of various international task forces and working groups advising governments and international organizations on numerous issues related to international security, scientific and technological developments, emerging technologies, innovation and disruptive potential of new technologies, particularly advances in automation, on labour markets and on the jobs of the future. He is a recipient of recognition on the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to the OPCW in 2013.

Erin Kenneally

Erin Kenneally

Portfolio Manager, Cyber Security Division, Science & Technology, U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Erin Kenneally is Program Manager in the Cyber Security Division of the U.S. Dept of Homeland Security, Science & Technology Directorate. Her portfolio comprises cybersecurity research infrastructure, privacy, security economics, and technology ethics. She manages the IMPACT, CYRIE, and Data Privacy programs. Erin is Founder and CEO of Elchemy, Inc., and served as Technology-Law Specialist at the International Computer Science Institute, Center for Internet Data Analysis and Center for Evidence-based Security Research at the University of California, San Diego. Erin is a licensed Attorney specializing in information technology law, including privacy technology, data protection, AI ethics and legal risk, trusted information sharing, and technology policy.

Jason Hoffman

Jason Hoffman

President & CEO of MobiledgeX

Jason Hoffman is the President and CEO of MobiledgeX, a company focusing on edge computing and founded by Deutsche Telekom. Previously he was a CTO at Ericsson AB and was P&L responsible for their cloud and datacenter infrastructure business. While at Ericsson his group created the world’s first hyperscale, disaggregated system and led the market in the modernization of telecom infrastructure.

Prior to Ericsson, he was a founder and the CTO at Joyent (now owned by Samsung), a pioneering high-performance cloud IaaS and software provider, where he ran product, engineering, operations, and commercial management for a decade.

Tom Campbell

Tom Campbell

Founder & President, FutureGrasp, LLC

Thomas A. Campbell, Ph.D. is founder and president of FutureGrasp, LLC, which advises organizations on trends and implications of emerging technologies. He is also a special advisor to BootstrapLabs, a senior fellow with the Council on Competitiveness, and a member of the steering/program committee for the AI Pioneers Forum. From 2015 to 2017, Tom was the first National Intelligence Officer for Technology with the National Intelligence Council in the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. His career encompasses national and international experience in government, academia, industry, startups and national laboratories.

Dr. John Rumsfeld

Dr. John Rumsfeld

CIO at American College of Cardiology; Professor of Medicine at University of Colorado

Dr. John Rumsfeld is the Chief Innovation Officer for the American College of Cardiology (ACC) and Professor of Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Previously, Dr. Rumsfeld served as National Director for Cardiology for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and as Chief Science Officer for the ACC’s National Cardiovascular Data Registry (NCDR) programs. Dr. Rumsfeld has more than 330 scientific publications and is past-Chair of the American Heart Association’s Quality of Care and Outcomes Research (QCOR) Scientific Council.

Natalie Pierce

Natalie Pierce

Shareholder and Co-Chair, Littler’s Robotics, AI & Automation Practice Group

Natalie Pierce is Co-Chair of Littler’s, Robotics, AI, and Automation Practice Group. Natalie’s clients range from start-ups to global corporations. In addition to being a trial attorney and trusted advisor to employers, Natalie helps companies incorporate robotics, biometrics, telepresence, AI and other worker enhancement technologies, into the workplace. As a nationally recognized specialist in the field of labor and employment issues raised by disruptive technologies, Natalie frequently presents to academic and professional organizations around the world on transformation strategies and adaption of compliance systems to meet future workforce challenges.

Oliver Brdiczka

Oliver Brdiczka

AI Architect, Adobe

A pioneer at the intersection of AI and human-computer interaction, Oliver Brdiczka specializes in designing and building AI systems that understand and respond to human behavior, relying on data from various sensors and deployments. During his career, Oliver has designed systems and managed teams at Adobe, Xerox PARC, INRIA, XRCE, Vectra Networks, TU Darmstadt and founded his own company stella.ai. Recent applications of his work include intelligent contextual assistants, as part of the DARPA PAL program, and human personality prediction, as part of the DARPA ADAMS program. In 2017, Oliver joined Adobe to help design and build their intelligent assistant that will be used by millions of users.

David Rothzeid

David Rothzeid

Director of Acquisition Pathways, Defense Innovation Unit

Major David Rothzeid is an Acquisition Officer in the United States Air Force, currently assigned to Defense Innovation Unit, as the Director of Acquisition Pathways located in Mountain View, CA. Previous assignments include: Air Force Materiel Command, Hanscom AFB, MA; United States Special Operations Command, MacDill AFB, FL; Air Force Space Command, Peterson AFB, CO. He deployed a member of Special Operations Command in 2014 to Bagram AB, Afghanistan. He has a BA in Economics from Miami University, OH; and MBA in Management from the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs.

Sabrina Atienza

Sabrina Atienza

Founder & CEO, Valued

Sabrina Atienza is the CEO and Founder of Valued, helping companies keep their best employees as they scale, so they can sustain explosive capital-efficient growth. She is passionate about making the workplace safe and fair for all employees, so that they can be their best selves, feel appreciated, feel inspired, and feel valued, without fear of bias, harassment, discrimination, or bullying. Prior to Valued, she worked at IBM Tealeaf and Health 2.0 and studied earned degrees in Computer Science and Physics from UC Berkeley.

Karim Galil

Karim Galil

Founder & CEO, Mendel AI

Karim Galil, CEO and Founder of Mendel AI, is advancing clinical oncology research by applying AI-powered EMR data solutions to current healthcare challenges. Karim is an MD with an entrepreneurial spirit. His first company Kryptonworx led health tech in the MENA region with customers like Pfizer and the Ministry of Health in UAE. Karim has also aided companies, such as Sirona and Straumann, in the field of medical image processing.

Alex	Holub

Alex Holub

CEO, Vidora

Alex Holub is the Co-founder and CEO of Vidora. He received his Ph.D. at Caltech in ML and Computer Vision, and has published over 20 peer-reviewed articles in the areas of ML, Statistics, and AI. Prior to Caltech, Alex received undergraduate degrees from Cornell in Computer Science and Neurobiology, and spent one year as a visiting scientist at the Max-Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tuebingen.

Cathrine Andersen

Cathrine Andersen

Co-founder, Roger.ai

Cathrine Andersen is the co-founder and CEO of Roger.ai, an accounting automation product used by over 1,000 businesses and accounting firms worldwide. Starting with accounts payable and bill pay, Roger is moving the accounting industry from the cloud toward augmented accounting – one big step at the time. Originally from Denmark, Cathrine moved to the Bay Area in 2014 when her first company Assemblage was acquired by Cisco. She holds 2 US patents and was named Founder of the Year in her home country in 2018.

Margaretta Colangelo

Margaretta Colangelo

Managing Partner, Deep Knowledge Ventures

Margaretta Colangelo is Managing Partner at Deep Knowledge Ventures, a Hong Kong based investment fund focused on DeepTech. Investment sectors include AI, Precision Medicine, Longevity, and Neurotech. Margaretta has been President of U1 Technologies since 2007, providing the communications infrastructure for stock trading platforms used by some of the world‘s top multinational investment banks. U1’s software is used at the core of large-scale stock trading applications. Margaretta serves on several advisory boards including The AI Precision Health Institute at the University of Hawaii Cancer Center, Robots Go Mental, and Woolf University - The World’s First Blockchain University.

Nicolai Wadstrom

Nicolai Wadstrom

Founder & CEO, BootstrapLabs

Nicolai Wadstrom is the Founder and CEO of BootstrapLabs, a leading Venture Capital firm based in Silicon Valley and focused on Applied AI. Throughout his career he has been very focused on product and technology development within the ML, Big Data, Analytics, Internet, Mobile and Software/Cloud sectors. Prior to BootstrapLabs he was a multiple time startup CEO and CTO. He has raised capital from Angels, Private Equity, Investment Banks and VC’s. Nicolai is a frequent guest speaker, mentor and judge at Universities and Conferences in the US and Europe.

Rahul Sachdev

Rahul Sachdev

Co-Founder & CEO, Fortella

Rahul Sachdev is the co-founder and CEO of Fortella – an AI-based Revenue Driven Marketing software company. He is a technology executive with experience in marketing, CRM and social domains. Prior to Fortella, Rahul served as the CEO of Get Satisfaction, an online community platform for marketing and customer support. Earlier Rahul was the head of content sharing and workplace products at LinkedIn, and General Manager of the Communications, Media & Energy product at Siebel Systems. Rahul holds an MBA from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business and a BSc with Honors in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Loughborough University (UK).

Jonathan Ward

Jonathan Ward

Founder & CEO, Atlas Organization

Dr. Jonathan Ward is the Founder of Atlas Organization, a DC and NY based consultancy focused on the rise of India and China, and US-China global competition. He is author of China’s Vision of Victory, about Chinese global strategy and what America must do to respond. From travels in Tibet and across the South China Sea, to accessing restricted Communist Party archives, to consulting for the U.S. Department of Defense and Fortune 500 companies, Dr. Ward has brought the experience of a traveler and scholar, and the insight of a strategy consultant to one challenge: what does China want, how will it try to get it, and what should America do?

Herb Kelsey

Herb Kelsey

Founder & CEO, Quantum Vault Inc.

Herb Kelsey’s time as Chief Architect for NSA/CSS LSI and at IBM as Federal CTO for cybersecurity heavily influenced his 25-year career. At NSA, he learned to engineer for global scale and secure systems against ruthless villains. IBM taught him product management and enterprise integration. He’s deployed these skills for corporations, our country, and our allies. Most notably, as the head of computation for U.S. National Counter-Terrorism Center (NCTC), the highest volume, most secure, yet heavily attacked analytic fusion center in the world. His passion is making the global, networked, world safe for transactions, private information, intellectual property and children.

Ben Levy

Ben Levy

Co-Founder, BootstrapLabs

Prior to BootstrapLabs, Ben Levy was a repeat entrepreneur who launched, built, and exited two startups in the financial technology space, Praedea Solution and InsideVenture. He was also a Technology, Media, and Telecom Investment Banker who advised startup founders and CEOs of Fortune 500 companies on corporate strategy, financing, and M&A. Ben helped his clients raise over $300M from institutional investors and close over $5B in M&A transactions. Ben is a frequent keynote and panel speaker on innovation, technology investing, entrepreneurship, AI, and globalization in the US, Europe, and Asia.

Simon MacGibbon

Simon MacGibbon

CEO & Co-Founder, Myia Labs

Simon MacGibbon is the CEO and co-founder of Myia Health, an intelligent remote monitoring platform. Simon has over 20 years experience using technology to enable transformational industry change in both consumer and complex B2B settings. Prior to co-founding Myia Health, Simon co-founded the Boston Consulting Group’s Digital Ventures business, where he led the creation of numerous data-driven software platforms while growing the global team to over 500 talented strategists, designers, engineers and data scientists. Formerly, Simon was an Associate Partner at McKinsey & Co. and a leader in the systems integration area at IBM Global Services.

Adam Greenberg

Adam Greenberg

Founder & CEO, iUNU

Adam Greenberg has a passion for solving fundamental global challenges and brings a clear vision of how iUNU will be a major player in that solution. Adam grew up with a love for agriculture through the lens of his botanist father. He founded iUNU in 2013 as he saw how precision agriculture could revolutionize food production. Adam earned his degrees in Finance and Entrepreneurship from the University of Washington. He spent two years at Amazon, but ultimately found his passion in leading innovation. Adam enjoys presenting for organizations such as the U.S. Farm Bureau, Indoor AgCon, Orange telecommunications and many more.

Nada Hanafi

Nada Hanafi

Chief Strategy Officer, Experien Group

Nada Hanafi joined Experien Group in 2017 after working 12 years at FDA’s CDRH as a Senior Science Health Advisor, serving as an expert consultant and senior advisor in the Center Director’s office. Nada combines her deep institutional knowledge with innovative approaches to help companies successfully communicate product information to FDA throughout product life cycle. At Experien Group, Nada leverages her years of reviewer experience and broad FDA exposure, helping medical device companies generate regulatory/clinical roadmaps for success. Building upon her strong engineering background, she helps organizations devise and position product performance testing and/or clinical studies to achieve major milestones.

Dr. Allan Steinhardt

Dr. Allan Steinhardt

Chief Scientist, AEye

Dr. Allan Steinhardt is among the world’s most widely esteemed defense scientists. An IEEE fellow, he is a sought-after expert on radar, missile defense, GMTI and space surveillance. He was Chief Scientist for DARPA, co-author of a book on adaptive radar, and assistant professor in Electrical Engineering and Applied Mathematics at Cornell University, where he researched sensor arrays and optimal detection capabilities. Allan also served as chief scientist at Booz Allen at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, and director of signal processing for the defense industry with BAE/Alphatech. He holds a bachelor’s in Mathematics, and graduate degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Colorado, Boulder.

Chris Hale

Chris Hale

Founder & CEO, Kountable

Chris Hale is founder and CEO of Kountable, Inc., an SF-based start-up that combines data science, social capital and proven financial instruments to provide highly scalable financing solutions to underserved entrepreneurs in developing countries. Kountable creates a low-friction, cloud-based bridge between investors and a massive opportunity to finance the most promising and well-networked entrepreneurs in emerging economies. Chris also doubled headcount and grew assets under management almost six-fold as the COO of Perigon Wealth Management, one of 2014’s 50 fastest growing RIAs in the country, servinging approximately 100 families and managing almost $1 billion in assets.

Matt Man

Matt Man

Founder & CEO, indus.ai

Matt Man is the founder and CEO of indus.ai, a construction intelligence company. Before indus.ai, Matt co-founded a mobile technology company GreenOwl Mobile and deployed 40+ smart city products in over 25 cities, worldwide. GreenOwl Mobile was acquired by one of the largest architecture and design technology firms in the world, IBI Group. Matt has specialized in deploying technology to Enterprise and Industrial markets for 20 years and has developed a deep understanding of the challenges operating in the industrial environments. His experience with AI was first developed at the University of Toronto, where he pioneered his first neural network to translate sign language to spoken words 25 years ago.

Philip Reiner

Philip Reiner

Executive Director, Technology for Global Security

Philip Reiner is the Executive Director of Technology for Global Security, a global non-profit that bridges technology and policy makers to fix tech-driven emerging security threats. He previously served in the Obama White House as Senior Director for South Asia on the National Security Council staff; as a civil servant in the Office of the Secretary of Defense for Policy at the Pentagon; and worked for a number of years at Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems, in their Electronic Warfare, Remote Sensing, and Vision Systems units. He routinely guest lectures on emerging international security risks at UC Berkeley and Stanford University.

Fiona McEvoy

Fiona McEvoy

Tech Ethics Researcher & Founder, YouTheData.com

Fiona J McEvoy is an AI ethics writer, researcher, and thought leader based in San Francisco, CA. She was named one of the 30 Women Influencing AI in San Francisco by RE•WORK and one of the 100 Brilliant Women in AI Ethics You Should Follow in 2019 and beyond by Lighthouse3. Fiona is the founder of tech ethics blog, YouTheData.com, and has written articles for numerous media outlets including Slate, VentureBeat, All Turtles, Chatbots Life, and Becoming Human. She is also regularly asked to present at AI conferences, most recently speaking to the eWear Symposium at Stanford University, the World Summit AI Americas in Montreal, and the 2019 RE•WORK Deep Learning Summit.

Melissa Oh

Melissa Oh

Managing Director, Silicon Valley Innovation Program, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Science & Technology

Melissa Oh is the Managing Director for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science & Technology Directorate (S&T) Silicon Valley Innovation Program (SVIP). She is responsible for engaging entrepreneurs and innovators to help them better understand DHS’s mission and widen the pipeline of technologies addressing our most difficult homeland security challenges.

Mrs. Oh has been at DHS since December 2002 and at S&T since September 2004 serving in several positions, prior to her current role, in Business and Finance Operations and Program Management across the Cyber Security and Border & Maritime Security Divisions. Mrs. Oh holds a B.S. in Cognitive Science, specializing in Neuroscience, from the University of California at San Diego and a M.S. in Systems Engineering from George Washington University.

Jonas Svensson

Jonas Svensson

Head of Global Innovation and Technology, UNOPS

Mr Svensson is the Head of Global Innovation and Technology at UNOPS and operating out UNOPS HQ in Copenhagen. The UNOPS Global Innovation and Technology program operates under the Social Impact Investing Initiative with the mission to facilitate innovation where ever it happens. Connecting with Global stakeholders who share the UN foundation values regarding sustainability and the understanding that Innovation happens everywhere UNOPS together with partners have created a toolkit providing Education, Incubation, Investment and Policy support.

Prior to the role with UNOPS Mr Svensson has worked within the startup industry for the past 20 years as founder, incubator manager, business consultant, investor, last as President for a Venture capital company headed out of Tokyo Japan. Mr Svensson holds a Master in Global Management from the University of Salford and is currently pursuing his PhD.

Bahman Bahmani

Bahman Bahmani

Director of Data Science, Rakuten

Bahman Bahmani is a Director of Data Science at Rakuten (the 7th largest internet company in the world), managing an AI organization with engineering and data science managers, data scientists, machine learning engineers, and data engineers, globally distributed across 3 continents and in charge of the end-to-end AI systems behind the Rakuten Intelligence suite of products. Bahman has built and managed engineering and data science teams across industry, academia, and the public sector in areas including digital advertising, consumer web, cybersecurity, and non-profit fundraising, where he has consistently delivered substantial business value. He has also designed and taught courses, led an interdisciplinary research lab, and advised several theses in the Computer Science department at Stanford University, where he also did his own PhD focused on large-scale algorithms and machine learning, topics on which he is a well-published author.

Dinkar Jain

Dinkar Jain

Head of Machine Learning, Facebook Ads, Facebook

Dinkar is the head the machine learning group for Facebook Ads, a team of 200 technologists focused on using state of the art technologies in artificial intelligence and personalization to deliver better ads to Facebook‘s 2B+ users. He holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BSE from the University of Michigan. He also attended the University of Iowa writer’s workshop. In his free time he teaches at Menlo College and volunteers with the National Park Service in a quest to save the California Condor.

Daniel Riedel

Daniel Riedel

Founder & CEO, New Context

Daniel Riedel, the CEO of New Context, is an innovator in data security for highly regulated industries. He is a trusted authority in data security for the industrial internet, speaking before the US Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources, OASIS‘s Borderless Cyber and Johns Hopkins IACD, and has been published in the Washington Post, Federal Times, Wired and Dark Reading. Riedel has over 20 years of expertise building secure and scalable technologies, products and companies.

Noelle LaCharite

Noelle LaCharite

Director & Developer Engagement

Microsoft

Vidya Raman

Vidya Raman

Director of Product Management & Machine Learning

Cloudera

Mike Haley

Mike Haley

Senior Director of AI & Robotics

Autodesk

MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON…

SPEAKER BENEFITS INCLUDE

  • Full Conference Access
  • Inclusion in pre-marketing and event marketing materials
  • Featured on BootstrapLabs Youtube Channel + Video link to your presentation
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  • Networking and VIP area access
  • Note: The BootstrapLabs Applied AI Conference does not cover travel or lodging
  • We are currently taking speaker applications and nominations for the BootstrapLabs Applied Artificial Intelligence Conference 2020.


    PAST CONFERENCE SPEAKERS

    Last year’s conference was packed with insightful, practical, and inspiring conversations and keynotes from 44 AI thought leaders from companies like Unity, Facebook, Uber, AirBnb, Amazon, OpenAI, CISCO, IBM, NASA, BMW, Lyft, Sentient, Singularity University, Stanford University, Bloomberg, and Accenture.


    Paul Daugherty

    Paul Daugherty

    Chief Technology & Innovation Officer, Accenture

    Madhav Thattai

    Madhav Thattai

    COO, Rigetti Computing

    Richard Socher

    Richard Socher

    Chief Scientist, Salesforce

    Karen Kerr

    Karen Kerr

    Executive Managing Director, GE Ventures

    Steve Carlin

    Steve Carlin

    Chief Strategy Officer, SoftBank Robotics America

    Danny Lange

    Danny Lange

    VP of AI and Machine Learning, Unity Technologies

    Stephen Comello

    Stephen Comello

    Director - Sustainable Energy Initiative, Stanford GSB

    Sangeeta Chakraborty

    Sangeeta Chakraborty

    Chief Customer Officer, Ayasdi

    Chris Merz

    Chris Merz

    VP, Security and Decision Products - Enterprise Security Solutions, MasterCard

    Zachary Hanif

    Zachary Hanif

    Director - Center for Machine Learning, Capital One

    Kay Firth-Butterfield

    Kay Firth-Butterfield

    Head of AI and Machine Learning, World Economic Forum

    Norma Krayem

    Norma Krayem

    Sr. Policy Advisor & Co-Chair - Cybersecurity and Privacy, Holland & Knight

    Robbie Allen

    Robbie Allen

    CEO - Infinia ML / Executive Chairman, Automated Insights

    Jane Macfarlane

    Jane Macfarlane

    CEO & Founder, Seurat Labs / Director - Smart Cities, UC Berkeley

    Gilad Lotan

    Gilad Lotan

    VP – Head of Data Science, BuzzFeed

    Nadeem Sheikh

    Nadeem Sheikh

    VP Self Driving Programs, Lyft

    Tom Campbell

    Tom Campbell

    Founder, FutureGrasp, LLC

    Carolina Garcia Rizo

    Carolina Garcia Rizo

    Chief Business Officer, Just Biotherapeutics

    George Mathew

    George Mathew

    CEO, Kespry

    Matt Swanson

    Matt Swanson

    CEO, Augment

    Kevin Hua

    Kevin Hua

    Sr. Manager – AI/Machine Learning Development, Bayer

    Doug Aley

    Doug Aley

    Chief Revenue Officer, Ever AI

    Alex Holub

    Alex Holub

    Founder, Vidora

    Thomas Birr

    Thomas Birr

    Thomas Birr, SVP Innovation & Business Transformation, innogy SE and CEO, innogy Innovation Hub

    Evangelos Simoudis

    Evangelos Simoudis

    Founder and Managing Director, Synapse Partners

    Ben Levy

    Ben Levy

    Co-Founder & Managing Partner, BootstrapLabs

    Jack Clark

    Jack Clark

    Strategy & Communications Director at OpenAI

    Dan Faggella

    Dan Faggella

    CEO & Founder, TechEmergence

    Sabrina Atienza

    Sabrina Atienza

    Founder, Qurious.io

    Andrew Salzman

    Andrew Salzman

    Partner, Chasm Group

    Matt Man

    Matt Man

    Founder, Indus.ai

    Nicolai Wadstrom

    Nicolai Wadstrom

    Founder & Managing Partner, BootstrapLabs

    Alex Salkever

    Alex Salkever

    Author “Driver in the Driverless Car: How Our Technology Choices Can Change The Future”

    Will Summerlin

    Will Summerlin

    Founder, Pinn

    Igor Jablokov

    Igor Jablokov

    Founder, Pryon

    Nisha Talagala

    Nisha Talagala

    CTO/VP Engineering, ParallelM

    Tolga Kurtoglu

    Tolga Kurtoglu

    Chief Executive Officer, PARC – a Xerox Company

    John Absmeier

    John Absmeier

    Head of Autonomous Mobility, Samsung Electronics

    Ash Fontana

    Ash Fontana

    Managing Director, Zetta Venture Partners

    Ramya Ravichandar

    Ramya Ravichandar

    Director – Product Management, FogHorn Systems

    Debra Farber

    Debra Farber

    Executive Consultant & U.S. Chief Privacy Officer, Cranium

    Sean Kanuck

    Sean Kanuck

    Director of Cyber, Space and Future Conflict, IISS

    Akli Adjaoute Ph.D.

    Akli Adjaoute Ph.D.

    Founder and CEO, Brighterion, Inc

    Macario Namie

    Macario Namie

    Head of IoT Strategy, Cisco

    Ashish Bansal

    Ashish Bansal

    Senior Director - Data Science, Capital One

    Erin Kenneally

    Erin Kenneally

    Program Manager, Department of Homeland Security

    Mark Nitzberg

    Mark Nitzberg

    Executive Director, Center for Human Compatible AI – UC Berkeley

    Amir Khosrowshahi

    Amir Khosrowshahi

    CTO AI Products Group, Intel

    Hema Raghavan

    Hema Raghavan

    Head of Growth Relevance, LinkedIn

    Rajendra Rao

    Rajendra Rao

    CEO, Ford Smart Mobility

    Dr. Paula Wilbourne

    Dr. Paula Wilbourne

    Co-Founder & Chief Science Officer, Sibly

    Hussein Mehanna

    Hussein Mehanna

    Director of Engineering - Core ML, Facebook

    Tilly Chang

    Tilly Chang

    Executive Director, San Francisco County Transportation Authority

    Rob Nail

    Rob Nail

    CEO & Associate Founder, Singularity University

    Marten Mickos

    Marten Mickos

    CEO, HackerOne

    PRIOR KEYNOTES AND PRESENTATIONS








    PREVIOUS ATTENDEES INCLUDE EXECUTIVES FROM THE FOLLOWING COMPANIES