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A.I, Supercomputers & Engagement - Speaker Announcement Round 2 #TOA18

AI, Supercomputers & Opinions - Speaker Announcement Round 2 #TOA18
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Hey TOA Family,

With our Early Bird ticket sale set to end this Thursday, 6pm, it's time for another round of speaker announcements! This time we're pleased to introduce the Founder & CEO of Golem, a project that has created the first global market for idle computer power, alongside Medium Magazine's Top 30 under 30 Pia Frey, and none other than Dr. Ben Goertzel, Founder & CEO at SingularityNET. 

Julian Zawistowski
Founder & CEO

Pia Frey

Ben Goertzel
Founder & CEO

Julian Zawistowski >> Founder and CEO of Golem, a global, open sourced, decentralised supercomputer that anyone can access. Based on the Ethereum platform, it will be made up of the combined power of user’s machines, from personal laptops to entire datacenters. The Golem Network is a decentralized sharing economy, where anyone can make money ‘renting’ out their computing power or developing and selling software.

Pia Frey >>  Co-founder of Opinary – a company that empowers users to share their opinion online with engagement-technology. Opinary helps publishers and brands to interact with their audiences, understand user’s affinity and collect engagement-based insights. In 2016, Pia was selected as one of Germany’s Top 30 under 30 by Medium Magazine. 

Ben Goertzel >>  Founder of SingularityNET, Dr. Goertzel's company aims to let anyone monetize AI, allowing companies, organizations, and developers to buy and sell AI at scale. He's also Chief Scientist at Hanson Robotics and Aidyia, an investment management firm using advanced AI for financial prediction; as well as serving as Chairman of the Artificial General Intelligence Society. He is an expert in Artificial General Intelligence, a subfield of AI oriented toward creating thinking machines with general cognitive capability at the human level and beyond.  


Our friends over at  Startup Sesame just launched their Season 4 call for entries. As the largest alliance of Tech events, they continue to support startups by offering an awesome selection of free resources and insights relating to Tech events. Apply here before March 1st and give your startup a boost!

This year, Startup Sesame is running 4 different acceleration tracks:

  • Mobility Program: focused on transportation & mobility startups

  • Entertainment Program: dedicated to creative entrepreneurs (music, video, gaming, publishing, etc.)

  • DeepTech Program: for IP intensive companies (life sciences, aerospace, clean energy, robotics, agtech, computing etc.)

  • Europe Program: for all startups focused on other areas


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