Maekyung Media Group will hold the 24th Global Forum on the 4th Industrial Revolution in Silicon Valley, California on its 51st anniversary this year, featuring key innovators who will share their insights on the future of technology.
Keynote speakers include Ray Kurzweil, one of the world’s leading inventors, thinkers, and futurists, with a thirty-year track record of accurate predictions, and Sohn Young-kwon, President of Samsung Strategy Innovation Center at Samsung Electronics and Chairman of the board at Harman, who is recognized as one of the most successful Korean-Americans in Silicon Valley.
The forum also features Zvika Krieger, Head of Technology Policy and Partnerships at the World Economic Forum that first proposed the phrase “Fourth Industrial Revolution” to the world; Marc Hamilton, Vice President, Solutions Architecture and Engineering at NVIDIA, a global leader in AI and deep learning; and Jeremiah Stone, Product Manager at GE Digital that transforms GE’s brick and mortar businesses into data-powered tech companies.
On the eve of the forum, ‘Korean Night’ will be held where Korean American entrepreneurs like Hyungseok Dino Ha, CEO of hot startup Memebox, as well as Korean American venture capitalists and engineers working in Silicon Valley companies like Google, Apple and Facebook, will gather together. The program will serve as the first platform to bring together first, second and third generations of Korean-Americans in Silicon Valley.
As a pre-forum event, participants are eligible to visit Facebook, Google, NVIDIA and Airbnb headquarters. Don’t miss this ideal opportunity to look at their way of working and understand why they are strong players in the tech world.
◇ Date=July 5-6, 2017
◇ Venue=Four Seasons Hotel in Palo Alto (Silicon Valley), California
◇ Theme=Success Guideline to 4th Industrial Revolution
◇ Organizer=Maekyung Media Group & KOTRA
※ For more information, Homepage: svforum.mk.co.kr, Tel: +82-2-2000-2351, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
By Maekyung Media Group
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