On November 7 and 8, the beach resort of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco will host the 2018 SingularityU Mexico Summit, a collaborative platform that empowers individuals and organizations to learn, connect, and innovate using accelerating technologies like artificial intelligence, robotics, and biotechnology.
An institution that seeks to generate teaching, connection, innovation and disruptive technologies to find solutions for the problems of humanity, Singularity University (SU) is a global learning and innovation community based at the NASA Research Park in Silicon Valley, that uses exponential technologies to build an better future for all.
With members from 119 countries and over 431 impact initiatives, the SU community includes entrepreneurs, corporations, impact organizations, governments, investors, and academic institutions that are driving positive change in the areas of health, environment, security, education, energy, food, prosperity, water, space, disaster resilience, shelter, and governance.
The 2018 SingularityU Mexico Summit will be held at the Puerto Vallarta International Convention Center, where more than 20 speakers will address topics such as neuroscience, corporate innovation, artificial intelligence for public policies, genetics and cloning, blockchain, cryptocurrencies, automated construction and education, among others.
If you would like to be part of this community that is working to solve the planet’s biggest challenges through creativity and collaboration, attending this two-day event will get you one step closer to creating a pilot project that could very well result in a better future for Mexico – and the world.
For more information, visit singularityumexicosummit.com.
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