CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 5, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- MIT Technology Review Events bring the media company's award-winning journalism to life through thought-provoking experiences, inviting attendees to probe deeper, examine data, and meet experts—hearing their opinions and discovering their work firsthand. The events attract the best and brightest senior-level business and technology leaders.
The Digital Summit, which will take place at the St. Regis Hotel in San Francisco on June 9 and 10, 2014, will gather leading industry experts from companies like Evernote, Expect Labs, Facebook, IBM, Intel, Kaggle, Microsoft, Misfit Wearables, and more. Attendees will get the inside track on the technologies and initiatives that are defining the path of the Internet of things. You'll get insider access to the innovative people and companies at the heart of the next wave of the digital revolution as we explore topics including:
- Connected cars, home, commerce, health, and cities
- The disappearing interface
- Digital privacy
The event is sponsored by DocuSign, Oracle, MIT Enterprise Forum of the Pan Arab Region, Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, Freescale, PubNub, MIT Sloan Executive Education, LEWIS PR, Intel, Fitzpatrick, Cella, Harper & Scinto, and CSAIL, with strategic support from the MIT Industrial Liaison Program.
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