Bold Bets: Tomorrow’s Industrial Entrepreneurship

Reposted from The Atlantic 

For the third event in the Bold Bets series, The Atlantic will travel to the the Bay Area to explore innovations in manufacturing and production.

Next generation infrastructure will be driven by digitalization: big data, cloud services, mobile, and the Internet of Things. Across the manufacturing industry, the relationship between consumer-driven design and mass production is being reconceptualized. Cutting-edge startups are disrupting traditional business models, and large companies and startups alike are reaping benefits from powerful collaborative efforts. The Atlantic will convene a group of experts in the nation’s entrepreneurship capital to unpack the data-driven innovations transforming how goods and products are manufactured and delivered to the global marketplace.

Next generation infrastructure will be driven by digitalization: big data, cloud services, mobile accessibility and increased reliance on an Internet connection for basic daily tasks. The Atlantic will convene a group of experts in the heart of American entrepreneurship—the Bay Area—to unpack the data-driven innovations transforming how goods and products are manufactured and delivered to the global marketplace.

ken-goldberg-webKen Goldberg, Director of the CITRIS People and Robots Initiative, will participate in the first panel, “Not Your Parent’s Factory: What Next Gen Factories Will Look Like and Deliver”.

 

 

Location:

Banatao Auditorium
Sutardja Dai Hall
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94709

Full agenda and list of speakers are available on the registration page, or click the button below.

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For more information, please contact Anna Greene at agreene@theatlantic.com.