Algorithm Conference 2020 will bring you 3 days of high-level workshops and presentations from business and technology professionals doing disruptive things with big data, artificial intelligence, robotics, IoT, quantum computing, and blockchain technologies. It is scheduled to take place at the Thompson Conference Center and the LBJ Presidential Library, both on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin, from July 16 - 18, 2020. Day 1 of the conference - July 16, 2020, will feature a couple of workshops for both technical and non-technical IT professionals and managers, while the plenary conference sessions will round out the last two days.
Austin is the technology conference center of the southwestern part of the United States and the state of Texas, so it’s only fitting that we hold this conference there. Here’s a summary info about Algorithm Conference 2020:
- Day 1 - July 16, 2020: Workshops
- Day 2 - July 17, 2020: Conference presentations
- Day 3 - July 18, 2020: Conference presentations
We’re looking for presentations from both traditional companies and startup around the following broad categories:
- Big Data
- Artificial Intelligence, including neuroevolution
- Robotics and automation
- Quantum computing
If your startup is trying to disrupt a particular industry segment, or you represent a traditional company that’s retooling its products and services using emerging technologies, we’ll entertain your presentation. Most presentations will be 20 minutes long, but there will also be room for a few Lighting Talks. The conference will take place on the campus of The University of Texas at Austin, so if you’re a local student or professor with an idea to talk about, feel free to complete our Call for Presentations and will get back in touch pronto!
Algorithm Conference 2020 will be about algorithms, regardless of industry segment. The audience will be a mix of academics, business and highly technical professionals. So we expect to field content that will appeal to all. Preference will be given to presentations that showcase a new idea, how a specific issue was resolved, or a traditional method of building a product was enhanced using an emerging or disruptive technology, whether it’s in the big data, artificial intelligence, quantum computing, robotics, or blockchain space.
If your startup is trying to turn a certain industry upside down, or you represent a traditional company that’s retooling its products or services using modern technologies, we’ll entertain your presentation.
Most presentations will be 20 minutes long, but there will also be room for a few Lighting Talks. The conference will take place inside the LBJ Presidential Library, on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin, so if you’re a local student with an idea to talk about, feel free to complete this CFP.