5 Virtual Tech Conferences To Attend This Fall
Have you attended a virtual tech conference yet? Now that we’re getting used to the “new normal” here are a few you should check out still in 2020.
1. TechCrunch Disrupt
Dates: September 14-18th, 2020
TechCrunch Disrupt is five days of non-stop online programming with two big focuses: founders and investors shaping the future of disruptive technology and ideas and startup experts providing insights to entrepreneurs. It’s where hundreds of startups across a variety of categories tell their stories to the 10,000 attendees from all around the world. It’s the ultimate Silicon Valley experience where the leaders of the startup world gather to ask questions, make connections and be inspired.
College Student Pricing: $125 & $145. Discounted passes for active government employees, military personnel, employees of non-profit/NGOs and students.
2. Microsoft Ignite
Dates: September 22–24, 2020
Microsoft has reimagined its Ignite conference as a virtual event. The agenda is not yet announced; you can sign up on the conference website to receive updates as they become available.
College Student Pricing: Microsoft Ignite will be launched as a complimentary digital event experience, September 22-24. There will be no fees associated with attending the event.
3. Voice Summit
Dates: October 5-15th
This event bills itself as “the world’s largest voice-tech conference, attracting 5,000+ developers, conversational designers, startups, brands, agencies and executives at the forefront of the voice-first era.
College Student Pricing: The Summit Pass gives free access to select talks, panels, roundtables and keynotes.
4. EmTech MIT 2020
Dates: October 19-22, 2020
“Now is the time to reset, rethink, and rebuild,” says the conference blurb, and conference speakers such as AI guru Geoffrey Hinton will explore the road ahead for technologies such as cloud, AI, biotech, economy, cybersecurity, and more.
College Student Pricing: no discounts currently being offered.
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