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Dublin Tech Summit will take place at the RDS on June 15 & 16

Dublin Tech Summit will take place in the Ballsbridge-based RDS on the 15th and 16th of June. Self-labeled as “Europe’s fastest-growing tech conference”, tickets to Dublin Tech Summit cost €389 for those who are hoping to attend. The conference this year will focus on artificial intelligence, sustainability through technology, and future trends within the tech world.

Catering to more than 8,000 attendees and speakers from around the world, Dublin Tech Summit (DTS) returns to an in-person event this year after two years online. The conference is Ireland’s largest technology conference and seeks to highlight the “brightest tech innovators, influencers and entrepreneurs globally”. We will also be in attendance, so be sure to reach out to us if you will be too! We attended the event physically in 2019, where Chris Hadfield stole the show.

What is there to see?

Day one, taking place on June 15th, will see keynote speeches from the likes of Bryan Che, CSO of Huawei, and Zaria Parvez, the Global Social Media Manager for Duolingo, as well as discussions on the Future of Gaming in the Metaverse. One particular event we’re looking forward to is a showcase of Furhat Robotics’ new robots — Misty & Furhat — who will make their first stage appearance alongside Samer Al Moubayed, CEO & Founder.

June 16th, the second day of the conference, will feature further discussion of artificial intelligence, sustainability, and diversity within tech. A notable keynote for the day is Tyson Singer, Vice President of Technology and Platform for Spotify. Check into a panel on ‘Women Leaders in Investment’ as well as moderated discussions on the Decarbonisation of Global Companies later in the day!

You can check out the full schedule for the event here.

The headline speakers at the event are:

  • Christopher Wylie, Cambridge Analytica Whistleblower
  • Cassie Kozyrkov – Chief Decision Scientist at Google
  • Prashanth Chandrasekar, CEO of Stack Overflow
  • Robert O’Mahony, Head of Sustainability & Global Operations for Logitech
  • Michele Romanow, Entrepreneur and Dragon on Canada’s Dragons’ Den
  • David Singleton, Chief Technology Officer at Stripe

This year, Dublin Tech Summit is supported by Threatlocker, Lenovo, Logitech, Zoom, and nearly 90 other technology companies.

In a press release, Dublin Tech Summit Managing Director Tracey Carney stated:

“We look forward to welcoming international techstars and innovators to take to the stage in Dublin. Once again, we will get to meet in person, make connections, and celebrate all that is great, in what promises to be the networking event of the year.”

With fewer than 100 tickets remaining you will have to act fast to attend the event. Make sure to check IrishTech.ie for all of your Dublin Tech Summit news, updates and interviews LIVE from the conference!

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