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Event Venues: Hitchhiker's Guide to Boston Tech

An extension of the places listed on the Hitchhiker's Guide to Boston Tech - Popular Event Venues section. Visit BostonTechGuide.com for more.

#KWseries The Knowledge Worker Innovation Series at Thomson Reuters features speakers in Big Data space and opportuni...

The Thomson Reuters Knowledge Worker Innovation Series, a program held in Boston’s Innovation District, brings together customers, start-ups and thought leaders. Inspired by innovators and entrepreneurs, the series features thought leaders from industry and academia to discuss, dissect and explore big data topics and trends.

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Mon, Sept 29th * 6:00pm - 8:00pm * Cambridge Sponsored Event: Sustainability all-stars Carol Peppe Hewitt, author of Financing Our Foodshed, and Lyle Estill, author of many books including most recently Small Stories - Big Changes, will be teaming up to speak to the Boston community about all things local: food, finance and fuel, all while enjoying local friends fun!

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Breather: Network of on-demand private space in Boston

Breather: Network of on-demand private space in Boston

Breather has over 100 locations in the U.S. and many locations in Back Bay, Financial District and Cambridge. Book a Breather for a meeting, creative off-site, hackathon, interview, or quiet time. Book last minute, or in advance with our App for iOS and Android.

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CIC Cambridge

CIC Cambridge

Home of Venture Cafe. Home of C3 (largest and most established coworking community in Boston region). Home to hundreds of Boston's best startups.

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CIC Boston

CIC Boston

CIC's Boston campus, with 3 large event spaces running great events for startups. Home to TechStars. Home to Startup Institute. Home to Impact Hub Boston. And home to hundreds of Boston's best startups.

Alley Cambridge

Alley powered by Verizon locations are developed by Verizon, the world's leading telecommunications company, in collaboration with Alley, a membership-only community workspace for creators. Each location is a curated community powered by the emerging technologies and thought-leadership of Verizon. With Alley, Verizon is bridging the gap between start-up and corporation by helping the community workspace build next-level ecosystems for entrepreneurs.

Alley
10 Ware Street
Cambridge, MA. 02138

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MIT Technology Review Presents: EmTech Next 2018

MIT Technology Review Presents: EmTech Next 2018

Join MIT Technology Review for the latest in its esteemed EmTech Events Series: EmTech Next 2018. For the first time, EmTech Next comes to MIT’s campus in Cambridge, MA to explore how emerging technologies are augmenting human capabilities, with a specific focus on how AI and the robotics revolution will impact the future of work.

EmTech Next will address today’s most pressing questions and topics around the future of work, including:
Artificial intelligence and its impact on businesses
Human and robot collaboration
The digital factory and 3D printing
VR/AR in the workplace
The skill gap myth - or rethinking retraining
Labor disruption and jobs of the future

Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from and discuss these topics with several industry leaders including:
Brad Smith, President, Microsoft
Manuela Veloso, Head, Machine Learning Department, Carnegie Mellon University
Jason Furman, Professor of the Practice of Economic Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
Jessica Brillhart, Director, Vrai Pictures
John Hart, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering, MIT; Co-Founder, Desktop Metal
Melonee Wise, CEO, Fetch Robotics
Joseph Aoun, President, Northeastern University

For more information visit: www.technologyreview.com/emtechNext.

What: EmTech Next 2018
When: June 4-5, 2018
Where: MIT Media Lab - Building E14 | 75 Amherst St. Cambridge, MA 02139
Attendee Registration: Conference Rates
Media Registration: Submission form