Silicon Valley Forum announces the 3rd Annual World Cup Tech Challenge on June 1, 2016 at Microsoft’s campus in Mountain View. Besides the AI/Robotics startup, World Cup Tech Challenge day will also feature inspiring talks from our great keynote speakers. Being the place of meeting of the next generation of emerging tech companies around the globe, this challenge features startups that have been actually accepted into the World Cup Tech Challenge. All of these startups are basically in the pre-global stage which means that they have launched their products in their respective local markets and are now ready to go for a global launch. Besides bringing the global startups, this World Cup Tech Challenge day will also feature inspiring talks from the great keynote speakers. Winners will be determined by a combination of the judge’s scores on competition day and online votes.
SLICK one of the startups aims to make unproblematic video production for mainstream. Their first product is a wearable smart device that allows one to capture professional grade videos hands free. Performetric (http://www.performetric.net/), another startup offers a real-time monitoring system that allows the management of mental fatigue in a non-invasive way that aims to develop leisure and work context-aware environments that may improve the quality of life, wellness, mental health and individual performance. WeaRobot, the Mexican startup develops active exoskeletons that can be used as motion assistant or rehabilitation device for the elderly and physically impaired.
The AI/Robotics challenge takes pride in having speakers like FIRESIDE CHAT: TONY CONRAD, CEO & Co-Founder, about.me, Partner, True Ventures; DEBJIT MUKERJI, Director of Venture Technology, Siemens TTB; DENYSE CARDOZO, Executive Director, Silicon Valley Forum; NEIL DEVANI, Investor, Rothenberg Ventures; HANK GICLAS, Senior VP – Science, Technology & Strategic Planning – Western Growers; RISA STACK, General Manager, New Business Creation, GE Ventures and many more.
About World Cup Tech Challenge 2016:
Silicon Valley Forum launches World Cup Tech Challenge 2016 that is going to take place on June 1, 2016 at Microsoft’s campus in Mountain View.
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