The time has finally come to unveil the first phase of our schedule for DN18 on the 22nd & 23rd November, and we couldn’t be more proud. We’ve been working tirelessly for months, hunting down the best and brightest tech pioneers from around the globe. We’ve assembled an elite team of thought leaders from AI, machine learning, blockchain, data science, and beyond- and we're so excited to share our hard work with you.
Before we dive straight in and look at some of the questions we’ll be tackling at this year’s DN conference, we wanted to share a ticket discount with you that's only available for a few more days- get it while stocks last!
LAST CHANCE ALERT: Our Early Bird Sale Has Been Extended for One More Week!
If you missed out on our initial Early Bird ticket deadline, never fear- we've extended the Early Bird sale until Wednesday, 10th October- so there’s a couple of days left to grab a discounted ticket! Whether you're looking to find inspiration, funding, or your future co-founder, buy now and take the next step in your tech career for a fraction of the price.
The theme of DN18 is “quickening”. Technology is developing at an unprecedented rate, and the pace of life is advancing with it- we all know that famous statistic that more data was produced in 2017 than in the previous 5,000 years of human existence combined. But what does this accelerated pace mean for businesses, for scientists, and for each and every human?
Each of the 110 hand-selected talks at this year’s conference will address the quickening, exploring what life looks like at today’s accelerated pace- and how it might look tomorrow.
Sneak Peak: 7 Questions We'll Answer at Data Natives
Far beyond “How do we live today?”, we’ll be deep-diving into questions about accelerated life across applications and industries. If you buy a ticket for DN18, you will discover the answers to:
? How can we use deep learning and geospatial imagery to fight climate change?
? What avenues in machine learning would be opened if we could broaden understanding of ML technologies?
? How far can I get with data analytics on a limited budget, using good old ‘70s tech and open source software?
? What does Little Shop of Horrors have to do with big data systems performance?
? How do we build better bridges between engineers and marketers?
?Is healthtech just the latest buzzword? What advancements in clinical care and diagnosis can we really expect from healthtech?
?How is technical debt holding back my machine learning application?
If these questions have piqued your interest, be sure to explore our the first phase of our schedule announcement below!
Last but not least, we're looking for a Marketing Growth Hacker to join us in the run up to DN18, and help us take this year's conference to the next level. If you're interested in helping to create the conference of the future, send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org- best of luck!
That's all for now! Check back in the next two weeks to discover even more exciting highlights in Phases Two and Three of our schedule announcement.