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Wednesday, September 27 • 13:00 - 14:00
Digital Disruption: The Industrial Revolution 4.0 Waitlist

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Rethinking the rules

The world is changing fast and this is called the 4th Industrial Revolution: robots make cars, computers make movies, cameras are drones, Airbnb is the largest hotel chain, owning no real estate, Uber the largest taxi company in the world, owning no cars.

This presentation will expose the future of making mindset and technologies: the new Digital Capture Technologies, Mobility and Connectivity, Cloud Computing, Virtual and Augmented Realities, Biomimetics, AI and Machine Learning.

While this digital revolution will encompass all industries, the panel will focus on its early applications as well as the huge economic implications in the areas of Entertainment, Education, Medical, Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC).

Why Attend?

This changes everything for the kind of people who watch movies (Avatar, Gravity, Netflix), drive a car (Tesla), or live in a house (Solar City, Airbnb).

Capacity: 70

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David F Durand

CEO, Zebra VR
After working on movies such as James Cameron's Avatar and Christopher Nolan The Dark Knight, with a deep experience in technology, education, and visual effects, David founded Zebra VR, a company focused on researching and developing education technologies (EdTech), the goal: to... Read More →
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Rithikha Rajamohan

With a passion for exploring the interface between the environment, technology, and design, Rithikha works to encourage collaboration across disciplines and promote the cognizant adoption of new technologies. Recently an intern at the Pacific Northwest Economic Region (PNWER), she... Read More →