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Imagine a world where technology is used to rewire cities, making them more energy efficient, reducing traffic congestion and stimulating entrepreneurial activity.
 
A world where renewable energy from wind and solar will power our cities reliably and cheaply with large scale batteries.
 
Imagine a society that doesn’t fear artificial intelligence but rather harnesses it to increase efficiency and find solutions to humanity’s biggest problems.  
 
MIT Technology Review’s annual conference on emerging technologies that matter returns to Hong Kong this 6-7 June. 
 
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BOOK YOUR TICKETS AT EMTECH HONG KONG 2017
EmTech Hong Kong will feature world-renowned speakers like:
Carlo is at the forefront of thinking about the way in which technology can be used to rewire cities, making them more energy efficient, reducing traffic congestion and stimulating entrepreneurial activity. He has been the recipient of several awards throughout his career. Two of his projects – the Digital Water Pavilion and the Copenhagen Wheel – have been included by TIME Magazine in the list of the ‘Best Inventions of the Year’. He is currently serving as co-chair of the World Economic Forum Global Future Council on Cities and Urbanization, and as special adviser on Urban Innovation to the President and Commissioners of the European Commission.
The author of over 160 scientific papers and holder of 24 U.S. patents, Donald’s research is directed towards rechargeable batteries as well as environmentally sound metals extraction. He is the founder of two companies, Ambri and Boston Electrometallurgical. Viewed 1,750,000 times, his TED talk is about inventing technology and inventing inventors. In 2012 he was named by Time magazine as one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World.
Noriko is the program director of an AI challenge, Todai Robot Project, which asks the question: Can AI get into the University of Tokyo? The project aims to visualize both the possibilities and the limitation of current AI by setting a concrete goal: a software system that can pass university entrance exams. In 2015 and 2016, Todai Robot achieved top 20 percent in the exams, and passed more than 60 percent of the universities in Japan. As the director of the Research Center for Community Knowledge at National Institute of Informatics (Japan), she is leading two projects, Netcommons and Researchmap.
And that’s not it. Over 30 tech visionaries will take the stage at EmTech Hong Kong. Check the latest speaker line up.

Register now to take a glimpse into the future. Do not miss MIT Technology Review's inspirational conference on emerging technologies that matter. 
 
Kind regards,
The EmTech Hong Kong team
 
P.S.: Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities are still available. Join us in leading the conversation on the emerging technologies that will change our lives. Email emtechhk@koelnmesse.com.sg to find out more.  
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