IEEE is returning to SXSW® in 2019! The IEEE Tech for Humanity Series at SXSW features solo and panel sessions on topics related to technology's impact on the evolution of humanity. You can view content from our previous SXSW sessions below.
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IEEE Entrepreneurship met up with James Ledbetter, Editor of Inc. Magazine and Inc.com at the Inc. Founder Project Installation during SXSW to discuss the goals of Inc., the journey to founder for IEEE members and the new Founder Project Program and Competition launched by Inc. This is a sneak preview of the soon to be published full interview.
About the Talk: How do we separate science fact from science fiction? What is the reality of where we truly are with robotics and AI capabilities? How do media portrayals shape our opinions on technology? And how are the ethical and societal implications of technology considered in each realm? In this panel discussion, a roboticist, an ethicist, and a graphic novelist discuss their roles in the messaging around technological advancements. Part of the IEEE Tech for Humanity Series at SXSW 2018.
Randi Sumner of IEEE Entrepreneurship discusses the rise of financial technology with Vanessa Ronan Pearce of Fintech Australia at SXSW 2017.
Randi Sumner of IEEE Entrepreneurship discusses bringing wearables to market with Jean Anne Booth, the founder and CEO of Unaliwear, and also discusses what made Unaliwear investable with Sara Brand of True Wealth Ventures, at SXSW 2017.
Randi Sumner of IEEE Entrepreneurship talks to Bob Hastings of Bell Helicopter about his company.
Randi Sumner of IEEE Entrepreneurship on behalf of IEEE N3XT™ engages in a conversation at SXSW 2016 with speaker:
Randi Sumner from the IEEE N3XT™ team engages in a discussion at SXSW 2016, about intellectual property and its importance in the technology entrepreneurship space with speaker:
Randi Sumner of IEEE N3XT™ engages in a discussion about a company working on interactive media technology, featuring speakers:
Randi Sumner of the IEEE N3XT™ and IEEE Entrepreneurship team engages in a discussion with great advice for young entrepreneurs from speaker:
Randi Sumner of the IEEE N3XT and IEEE Entrepreneurship team chats with Brian Garsson of CLO Private Equities, at SXSW 2016 about what investors look for in technology startups. You can learn more about this topic on the IEEE Entrepreneurship portal, startup.ieee.org, and learn more about Brian Garsson on https://www.aligncapital.com/brian-garrson.
Randi Sumner of the IEEE N3XT™ team engages in a discussion about entrepreneurship in the technology space, and how IEEE can help budding entrepreneurs achieve their goals, with speaker:
Randi Sumner of IEEE N3XT™ learns more about ReviewTrackers, a software platform that helps businesses like restaurants and car dealers track and manage their online reviews to collect customer feedback, with speaker:
Randi Sumner from the IEEE N3XT™ team engages in a discussion about social entrepreneurship's place in the technology space, featuring speaker: