Frontiers of Sustainability
Sustainability is a broad and popular topic. Renewable energy; energy transition; recycling and the circular economy; climate and environment; water and food – these topics are quickly maturing into fields of their own. But what is next for sustainability? What lies beyond what we now consider sustainable technologies and business practices, and how will they affect your industry? What does emerging government policy suggest will be the hot sustainability topics of the future? Join MIT faculty, researchers, and startups as we review core topics like energy and climate, but also explore new ones, like digital sustainability, sustainability for the built environment, and how we teach sustainability – both to the workforce of the present and the workforce of the future.
The 2023 MIT Startup Showcase in Osaka presents an opportunity to learn about various MIT-connected startups across diverse industries, including Artificial Intelligence, Energy, Life Sciences, Robotics, Sustainability, and Proptech.
Present and Future of an abundant and zero carbon energy to provide safe, flexible, resilient, sustainable and cost-effective solutions to support production activities, energy equity, security of supply, and climate change mitigation and adaptation.
The 2023 MIT Startup Showcase in Tokyo presents an opportunity to learn about various MIT-connected startups across diverse industries, including Artificial Intelligence, Energy, Life Sciences, Robotics, Sustainability, and Proptech.
The 2023 MIT Startup Showcase in Seoul presents an opportunity to learn about various MIT-connected startups across diverse industries, including Artificial Intelligence, Energy, Life Sciences, Robotics, Sustainability, and Proptech.
Join this webinar to gain valuable insights about AI-Driven Drug Discovery.
This event will address the impact of Artificial Intelligence on the future of work. How can new technology tools like generative AI improve productivity and product quality for firms, as well as flexibility and job quality for workers? How can we tackle workforce development in new ways to gear up for this paradigm shift in the workplace?
In this forum organized by Plastic Omnium with MIT, you’ll learn how generative artificial models are supporting the creation of new innovations and how emerging technologies can be adapted. You’ll also hear from experts on the impact of technology on mobility and how corporations, academia and startups can work together to tackle today’s challenges with the environment and energy transition while also offering people adapted and valuable means.
On October 24, 2023, MIT.nano will celebrate its 5th anniversary with The Nano Summit! The first of an annual flagship conference for MIT.nano, this event will highlight the astonishing research being done at MIT and look to the future of nanoscience and engineering.
At this conference, we will delve into the implications of Generative AI on industry, innovation, and society at large. Through stimulating discussions with esteemed academics, industry pioneers, and forward-thinking professionals, attendees will be able to explore how large language models can augment human capabilities, influence enterprise strategy, and understand the necessary controls and incentives to ensure that all sectors of society can reap the benefits of these advancements in the future.