Robotics, AI and automation have long been one of the hottest categories for tech speculations. After times and decades of talk, however, those large-scale payouts are starting to pay off. Robotics are beginning to dominate nearly every aspect of work, from warehouse fulfillment to agriculture to retail and structure.
Our annual TC Sessions: Robotics+ AI event on March 3 renders us the ability to bring together some of the top investors in the category to discuss the hottest startups, best bets and opine on where the industry is going. And this year’s VC panel is arguably our strongest hitherto 😛 TAGEND
Eric Migicovsky is a general spouse a Y Combinator. Prior to joining the firm, he co-founded Pebble. The smartwatch pioneer was itself a YC-backed venture, along with raising three of Kickstarter’s all-time top crowdfunding campaigns. Migicovsky met YC following Fitbit’s acquisition of the startup in 2016. DCVC spouse Kelly Chen focuses primarily on the AI, robotics, manufacturing and work-related spheres. Her work is generally focused on the world of equipment, along with the conversions of local populations and strive. Dror Berman co-founded Innovations Ventures in 2010 with onetime Google CEO Eric Schmidt. A key driver in the firm’s investments in Uber, SoFi and Formlabs, Berman too focuses on robotics, including companies like Blue River Technology and Common Sense Robotics.
TC Sessions: Robotics+ AI returns to Berkeley on March 3. Make sure to grab your early-bird tickets today for $275 before premiums come near by $100. Startups, work a demo table right here and get in front of 1,000+ of Robotics/ AI’s most effective and efficient — each table comes with four attendee tickets.
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