We’re off to Los Angeles from the 22nd to the 26th October to join the brightest minds in data analytics for the Teradata Partners Conference 2017.
Tech Trends continues its relentless globe-trotting by adding yet another top tech event notch to its proverbial bedpost: The Teradata Partners Conference in LA.Tech Trends will be at the #TDPARTNERS17 conference from the 22nd to the 26th October Click To Tweet
OK, I’m not going to lie. Any chance to escape the rain for a spell of California sunshine is always welcome, yet for anybody who’s into technology, data is actually a pretty sexy subject.Data is actually a very sexy subject Click To Tweet
Think of any cool tech, from VR to the Internet of Things, EdTech, green energy, mobility, finance, and yes, even sex. Big Data, AI and Machine Learning will be the backbone of how these pan out.Machine Learning, AI and Big Data affect every cool technology out there Click To Tweet
Described as the premier customer-led global data conference, the conference aims to bring together experts to help companies in all sectors drive more value from data.
At PARTNERS, you will meet and learn from change-agents and practitioners—those marching to their own tune. You will see tomorrow not as another day, but where The Edge of Next is.
Illustrious keynote speakers include Jason Silva from National Geographic’s Brain Games, Emmy-winning tech expert Katie Linendoll and the legendary director of MIT’s Media Lab Joi Ito. I know that I for one am very excited about hearing Mr Ito’s thoughts on what lies just over the horizon for tech.MIT Media Lab Director Joi Ito is among this year's keynote speakers Click To Tweet
Check out some of the highlights from last year’s conference below:
If you’re lucky enough to be heading over there, reach out and say hello on Twitter @alicebonasio or @techtrends_tech , and you can also follow the latest from the conference on #TDPARTNERS17
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