DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS AND PANELS
The Emerging Tech Leadership Summit will bring together technology leaders, companies, institutions of higher learning and technology think tanks to provide resources and information to tech professionals.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES CALIFORNIA 29TH DISTRICT
STATE OF THE LATINO VOTE 2020 CONGRESSIONAL LEADERSHIP
Latinos are on track be the largest non-white group eligible to vote in a presidential election, although research shows that Latinos tend to have lower turnout rates than white and african american voters.
Tech Latino believes Latinos will be the X factor in 2020, and on this non partisan panel, we will have a full discussion on voter participation within the Latino community, and what increased participation could mean for the 2020 election. Hear from Legislators, Non Profits and tech professionals about the research, methods, and strategies around the Latino 2020 vote.
INCLUSION : DIVERSITY IN THE WORKFORCE: HOW ARE WE DOING?
How are we moving the Diversity and Inclusion agenda forward, and how does diversity fit into those priorities? The panelists will explore how and why diversity is working to increase the pipeline, what are the key challenges they encountered in these past 4 years and how they have overcomed, success stories and ideas for how each can help foster a more inclusive workplace.
5G INFRASTRUCTURE AND SMART CITIES
In this session the panelists will make a deep dive conversation of how will the next generation of wireless networking technology affect our lives in the next few years? 5G has great potential to shape how cities work and communicate. How will these technology and infrastructure can transform urban areas across the world into “smart cities”, develop job opportunities and what should the tech professional do to get ready to get jobs.
PRIVACY, PIRACY IN THE AGE OF BIG DATE.
The same social media platforms that you use to keep up with friends and family – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube – have given rise to a vast global cyber criminal network ranging from cryptojacking to botnets for hire – used by cyber criminals around the world to earn nearly $3.25 billion annually by exploiting popular social platforms.
Experts will discuss policy on privacy and piracy while we use, and monetization of consumer online data, as well as their harms and impacts on communities of color, and the need for legislation to provide a clear regulatory path and to protect consumers from harm.