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History of CES. The first Consumer Electronic Show kicked off in 1967, with 250 exhibitors and 17,500 attendees in New York City. Since then, CES has grown by more than 10-fold and now encompasses both traditional and non-traditional tech industries.




Hosting a New Tech Show – The Future of Tech



The pre-summit workshop at the IndieBio Headquarters in San Francisco will delve deeper into the opportunities and challenges with scaling cell cultured technologies to reach the shelves. Bringing together innovation leaders, investors, corporate scaling partners and regulators, the workshop will explore the latest around growth media & scaffolding technologies, infrastructure for scale, best practices around partnership & regulation, to accelerate progress for cell cultivated products and forge business opportunities.


Two brands showcase their innovative technologies, cooking their whole cut products live on stage. Whilst watching the experts cook, hear from the innovators about how these delicious whole cuts are formulated, how best to cook them, and more about their taste and nutritional profiles.


Experts from across the food sector representing CPG brands, alt-protein, food as medicine, nutrition and the investment space cast their predictions, visions and hopes for the food-tech industry by 2030. What changes will we see, where will investments be made, and where do these categories see themselves in the future, in order to strengthen resilient food systems for all?


Now in its 22nd year, Fortune Brainstorm Tech is one of the most high-profile and established tech conferences in the U.S. The event that began in Aspen in 2001 as a small conference and summer retreat for those interested in discussing global business issues and innovation has grown into a community of leaders from Fortune 500 companies, along with top investors, VCs, banking executives, startup founders, and global thought leaders. The program delivers the hallmarks of FORTUNE Live Events: engaging content, impactful networking, and meaningful takeaways, always in an idyllic setting to exchange ideas and build relationships that offers the very best in curated activities, cuisine, and entertainment.


FORTUNE Brainstorm Tech membership is by invitation only, and subject to approval. Registration is non-transferable and includes all member benefits for one year.Tel: 1-866-661-3840 E-mail: brainstormtech@fortune.com


The 2023 IACP Technology Conference will be held at the Salt Palace Convention Center on May 22-24 in Salt Lake City, Utah. As the premier professional event dedicated to discussing technology in law enforcement, attendees should expect quality presentations, professional development, and networking covering a broad array of new and emerging technologies on:


This Year, we are bringing over 20,000 attendees for a full-on 5 day virtual experience with some smaller In-person activations in Atlanta, GA. Come listen to sessions from the very best black and Brown thought leaders in the industry, attend workshops, Round-table discussions and more. Network with tens of thousands of fellow black and brown techies and if you are looking for a job, over 70 companies will be looking to have you join their workforce. We also have a pitch competition and tons of entertainment including Sponsor Hosted Special Events, Live DJs, and some special performances.


Our goal is to use our platform to create connections between attendees, speaker and companies. Speakers share their experiences and outlook on the state of tech and its future impact on the world; attendees learn skills they need to be competitive in an ever-changing tech ecosystem and how they can be significant players in the future of tech, and companies connect with attendees as well as enhance their diversity initiatives and workforce.


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Three of the imperatives proved notable pockets of bold action: taking a stance on purpose (83 percent of companies we studied), establishing ecosystems (83 percent), and creating data-rich tech platforms (73 percent).


Today's world of new technologies, the abundance of data, and alacrity to deliver quicker, cheaper and at scale is fueling digitalization [and increasing/changing expectations of Financial Services... Read more about New Announcement! UBS and CFEM Partner for AI, Data & Analytics Speaker Series


LRP Media Group, founded in 1977 by Kenneth Kahn, is an innovative media giant serving millions of business and education professionals worldwide. Specializing in education administration, education law, education technology, federal employment, and human resources, LRP publishes thousands of books, pamphlets, newsletters, videos and online resources. The company also produces industry-leading print and digital magazines for key decision-makers: District Administration, Human Resource Executive, HRM Asia, and University Business. Additionally, LRP annually delivers top-quality training and professional development to more than 80,000 professionals through its award-winning conferences and tradeshows in China, Singapore and the United States. LRP currently employs more than 500 professionals in its Connecticut, Florida, Pennsylvania, Singapore and Washington, D.C. offices. Headquartered in Palm Beach County since 1996, the company has more than $70 million in annual revenue. For a complete list of LRP resources, eCourses and conferences, please visit www.lrp.com.


To survive, incumbents will have to adapt their operating models, products, and core processes to a new reality. All executives must understand the impact of these technologies and ensure their organizations are positioned to unlock their potential. Leaders will need to let go of entrenched perceptions and business models and embrace new ways to manufacture and distribute what will in many cases be fundamentally different products.


McKinsey examined a range of factors to identify the ten technology trends that matter most to top executives across industries (Exhibit 1). For every trend, we calculated a momentum score based on the growth rate of the technologies underlying the trends, which we derived from an in-depth analysis of six proxy metrics: patent filings, publications, news mentions, online search trends, total private investment, and the number of companies making investments.


Insurers have for many years invested in robotic process automation to help automate processes, especially in back-office operations, but emerging technologies will enable carriers to fundamentally rethink product and service. For example, industrial IoT can enable real-time monitoring of equipment to allow for predictive maintenance before claims happen. Similarly, digital twins and 3D and 4D printing have the potential to transform the claims experience for all physical damage areas.


Managing risks from autonomous and semiautonomous vehicles will force carriers to reassess how auto insurance products function. The role of insurers may shift from claims to prevention, whereby they are best placed to identify and reduce risk by partnering with clients and using technology. In many cases, insurers will need to form ecosystems and integrate a multitude of data sources.


Through technology, insurance underwriting becomes continual rather than at a point in time, with innovative products emerging to reflect shifting customer behaviors. Models such as ecosystem-enabled data sharing will give insurers greater access to granular information to support more specific pricing and risk tiering. The combination of tech trends will enable insurers to cover individuals in more dynamic and responsive ways.


The tech trends highlighted in this article will dramatically reshape the industry from top to bottom, creating significant opportunities and, in some cases, existential threats to traditional players. These shifts are already happening, meaning insurers should act now to develop a more ambitious vision for how technology can elevate their organizations. To embrace the potential of tech trends, winning insurers will build their tech talent, put tech trends and their business implications on the leadership agenda, and be willing to disrupt their own products and services.


Additionally, LEAP will tackle other topics, including healthcare technologies, to improve the quality of life and increase life expectancy, empowering humans through robots and technologies that enhance food and water security in the region.


The conference will attract international investments into the Kingdom and accelerate digital transformation by developing and adopting the latest technologies and communications solutions, according to the chairman of the Saudi Federation for Cybersecurity, Faisal bin Saud Al-Khamisi.


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