Robocars European Tour: London, Milan, Lecce, Vienna, Budapest

I’ll be back and forth to Europe in the next month giving a number of talks, mostly about robocars. Catch me at the following events:

  • Wired 2013 UK in London, where 4 Singularity U speakers will do an hour, including me — Oct 17-18. Looks like a great speaker list.
  • Frontiers of Interaction in Milan, Oct 25 — Design, Technology and Interactive.
  • TEDx Lecce in Lecce (boot heel of Italia) on Oct 26 — a major TEDx event with many international speakers.
  • Pioneers Festival in Vienna, Oct 30-31. Reports are this event is great, with an amazing venue. I’ll be interviewed on EFF topics and car topics there.

Singularity University Summit (Europe)

And the big event is the Singularity University Europe Summit a combination of the popular Singularity Summit series and the Singularity University Program. Most of our great faculty will be there for two days in Budapest, November 15-16. Readers of this blog can get a 10% discount by using the promo code “Bradbudapest” when registering. Expect a mini-reunion of a number of our European alumni there. To toot our own horn, the majority of folks who come out of our programs call it the best program they’ve ever been to. At the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in the core of town.

Singularity University Summit

I would go just to see that room and organ!

I am glad to see that the

I am glad to see that the field of robotic cars has been able to shake off Brad's attempts to take credit for the work of others. Despite years of attempts by Brad, his campaign thankfully failed.

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