The goal of the AmCham Lab is to examine and discuss key challenges that industrial internet, also known as Industry 4.0, is bringing for Hungary.
What will be the impact of this profound global transformation from education and manufacturing to entrepreneurship?
What different scenarios do participants envision in Hungary’s future development?
What actions do we need to take today, to become and stay competitive in key areas?
The event will be held in English with no translation.
17:30-18:00: Arrival and registration
18:00-18:05: Welcome notes by Ferenc Pongrácz, President, AmCham; Business Development Director of IBM SEE
18:05-18:20: Keynote speech: “Will AI replace humans in the near future?” by Alan Kirman, professor emeritus, Aix Marseille University
18:20-18:35: Keynote speech: “Connected Enterprise” by Peter Rožek, Country Sales Director for CEE, Rockwell Automation
18:35-18:40: Short explanation of how small-group discussions work
18:40-19:45: Identifying challenges and breaking points in small groups (7 teams)
19:45-20:15: Plenary discussion of brain<bar>storming outcomes
20:15-: Networking opened, official program ends
Please note that participation is free. AmCham covers refreshments and finger foods.
How to register:
To guarantee your seat, please register on-line by clicking the above red button or by e-mail to email@example.com by Monday, May 30. Please note that capacity is limited, registrations are accepted on a first come, first served basis and we can accept max. two registrations per company.
About Brain Bar Budapest:
Brain Bar Budapest (2-4 June 2016) is where the challengers and trendsetters from across Europe and beyond give us a glimpse of what’s to come. Brain Bar kicks off where other festivals throw in the towel. We take the hottest potatoes and toss them into the interdisciplinary oven with extra paprika, letting ideas and visions challenge each other. Philosophers take on disrupters. Technologists clash with ethicists. All interspersed with music and performance from artists with unique and unpredictable slants on what the future holds. For more information please visit: http://brainbarbudapest.hu/.