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The rapid evolution of edgy digital technologies and their applications is transforming many industries, generating new opportunities and opening discussion topics in areas such as mobility, manufacturing, retail and entertainment.

Discover the trends:

Virtual Reality

It is a unique moment for emerging technologies like Virtual Reality to meet new consumer demands, offering memorable purchasing experiences and entertaining activities.

We will explore different VR applications and services, analyse facts and figures as well as investigate successful cases to pinpoint this technology’s full potential for businesses.

The conference will especially focus on retail, media, gaming and entertainment.

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The VR Industry is booming in Europe

Augmented Reality

As the lines between physical and digital worlds are blurring, AR seems to be addressed as the most accessible ubiquitous wearable technology.

The recent announcements of AR projects by media giants like Facebook, Snapchat and Google must be read as signs of disruption in the mobile industry and in the way we interact with reality, augmenting our capabilities both at work and in the private sphere.

We will discuss current challenges, constraints, applications and trends for the next decade, both in Enterprise and Consumer markets.

Artificial Intelligence

Real breakthroughs are happening in AI, transforming the way we do business. The market already offers software that can anticipate the needs of its users and customers through a combination of pattern recognition, knowledge, planning, and reasoning.

We will explore some of the most promising machine learning, big data, cognitive computing and deep learning applications in various industries, from voice recognition to computer vision, from natural language to structured business data.

It may not take too long before Siri, Alexa and Cortana start sensing what our hearts desire.

AI Why Everyone is Talking About Artificial Intelligence


Software and hardware are combining in new ways, thanks to artificial intelligence and robotics. Inventing, designing, building, and deploying systems to unite the cyber with the physical world requires new skills across different disciplines.

This disruption strongly affects the Industrial Internet of Things, which combines mobile sensors, machine learning and critical enterprise systems.

As we adopt intelligent machines, business leaders need to manage change, maintain security and profitability, assess an organization's ability to integrate robots and AI into its daily operations and be ready to develop new technologies.