19 January 2019
Artificial intelligence (AI), one of the new driving forces impacting every industry today, is poised to deliver fundamental changes across sectors. What will the impact be, what are the challenges, which industries will prosper, and which will get left behind?
The shrinking of transistors has powered 50 years of advances in computing—but now other ways must be found to make computers more capable. Traditional hardware and software manufacturers now blur the boundaries between their respective roles, as technologies like AI renders chip design more feasible, and quantum computing advances challenge the status quo.
Fintechs are succeeding as stand-alone businesses, reshaping customer expectations, and setting higher bars for the user experience. Incumbents are adapting and are retaining many of their customers. How will Fintech innovation change the global economy?
20 January 2019
The emerging technologies, like cloud computing, AI, advanced manufacturing, and Internet of things (IoT), are changing jobs and business models in industries ranging from manufacturing to medicine to retail. Will these changes empower the human workforce and open new areas of economic growth, and what are the unintended consequences?
The sheer volume of medical data available today, and the tools for analyzing this information, are revolutionizing the field of biomedicine.
Emerging technologies fostering industrial automation, digitization, and predictive analytics are transforming businesses, increasing efficiencies, optimizing performance, and enabling new business models. Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning applications are poised to profoundly impact the economy and the competitive landscape. How are industry leaders responding, and what are the present and future impacts of these advances, cross-industry?
21 January 2019
The pursuit of autonomous flight and transportation technologies is reshaping the aerospace industry. Startups around the world are joining aerospace giants like SpaceX and Blue Origin in developing commercial rocket launches and data sharing. Is the new space frontier today’s Gold Rush?
Established in 1999, the annual list recognizes outstanding innovators who are younger than 35. We are searching for individuals
whose superb technical work promises to shape the coming decades. Our goal is to recognize the development of new technology
or the creative application of existing technologies to slove problems. We also reward ingenious and elegant work that matters
to the world at large -- not just to peers in a particular field or industry.
On Jan. 21st, 2019, the 35 selected innovators will be announced and will be presented in EmTech China.
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