TWS 2018: AI and the Mobile Device

Tuesday, November 06, 2018
8:00am - 5:00pm
EER 0.904 - Mulva Auditorium

This year's Texas Wireless Summit, “AI and the Mobile Device,” will focus on how machine learning, artificial intelligence, and some key applications will interact with wireless technology. The Summit will examine how Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML) will simultaneously enhance connectivity as well as place demands on both devices and connectivity.

Dr. Rajiv Laroia (CTO and Co-Founder of Light) and Prof. Thad Starner (Professor at Georgia Tech and Tech Lead for Google Glass) will deliver keynote presentations. Speakers and panelists for the technical sessions include: Erik Stauffer (Google), Tim O’Shea (Virginia Tech), Klaus Doppler (Nokia Bell-Labs), Sachin Katti (Stanford), and Xiaoqing Zhu (Cisco), with more speakers and panelists still to be announced. See the most up-to-date list of speakers on the TWS website.

TWS brings together leaders from industry and academia in an annual forum on emerging technology. The Summit offers direct access to cutting-edge research and innovations from industry leaders, investors, academics, and startups. Through keynote and panel-driven discussions, leading business and technology executives from around the globe share entrepreneurially-oriented research.

Texas Wireless Summit 2018 is co-organized by WNCG Professors Constantine Caramanis and Sujay Sanghavi.

For the latest information on this year’s Texas Wireless Summit, visit the TWS webpage. Early bird and Student pricing is available!