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The 2018 IEEE Technology Time Machine will be held on October 31-November 1, 2018 at the Hilton San Diego Resort & Spa in San Diego, CA. The IEEE Technology Time Machine is the IEEE’s flagship conference on future technology directions.

The IEEE Technology Time Machine 2018 (TTM 2018) conference will offer attendees from research and industry innovative insights from top executives and pioneers regarding the impact of future technologies on business and industry, society and everyday life, ethics, and policy. Through interactive participation and stimulating panels, TTM 2018 will provide critical information on technological advances to help guide current and future decisions on use and implementation of these technologies Beyond Tomorrow. Speakers and attendees will network and learn from each other through synergies across technologies in industry, academia, and government, including in the areas of augmented and virtual reality, agriculture, neuroscience, robotics, technology entrepreneurism, and more. Get ready to be inspired and innovate your future at TTM 2018.

TTM is an event organized by the IEEE Future Directions Committee (FDC), where the FDC is an incubator for emerging technologies. The areas chosen for TTM cover a wide synergistic range of business, social, political, and educational areas. This event is geared towards industry leaders, government officials, scientific innovators, economists, and social policy makers.

Who Should Attend

The areas chosen for TTM 2018 cover a wide synergistic range of business, social, economic, political, and educational areas. This event is geared towards top executives, key decision makers, industry leaders, technologists, government officials, scientific innovators, economists, and social policy makers.
We look forward to seeing you at TTM 2018.

For inquiries, please contact ttminfo@ieee.org.

Topics to be discussed include:

Agricultural Food Systems
Artificial Intelligence & Ethics
Autonomous Vehicles & Systems
Blockchain
Biological Neuroprosthetics
Cybersecurity
Mixed Reality
Programmable Genomics
Quantum Computing
Social Implications of Technology
Women in Engineering
Young Professionals / Entrepreneurs