Many pundits treat blockchain like internet bacon. Not everything is better with it. What is really practical within the industry? How can we continue to grow a successful and thriving ecosystem in the next 18 months?
Innovation Forum programs delve into a cool or disruptive technology or a venture of interest to our audience of entrepreneurs, investors and technology enthusiasts. Led by innovators, thought leaders, researchers, and business luminaries, they often take the form of a panel presentation.
Audience participation is encouraged. As with all MIT Enterprise Forum Northwest events, Innovation Forums provide opportunities for attendees to share advice and network with peers.
Upcoming Innovation Forums
Details for the next event are still being worked out! Check back soon.
Previous Innovation Forums
In just 100 years, the increase in the world's population was three times greater than during the entire previous history of humanity. As a result, unprecedented demands are being placed on infrastructure, with mounting risks to public health, safety and livelihood.
Are you concerned about how the world's population is changing and where we'll be in the next three decades? If so, you're not alone.
President Coolidge once said:
“Nothing in the world can take the place of Persistence...The slogan 'PRESS ON' has solved, and always will solve, the problems of the Human Race.”
We invite you to not only "PRESS ON" in the face of problems of the human race, but to also "PRESS ON" to new technologies, innovations, and ideas capable of solving the problems of the human race.
We are pleased to announce our first event: PRESS ON: e-Infrastructure: Using the 21st Century Data Network to Secure our Physical Infrastructure