Technology Conferences to Attend in 2021
Hundreds of technology enthusiasts attend tech conferences each year, where they get to meet other professionals and learn about the latest technological advancements. These conferences provide networking opportunities for professionals and students, helping them gain valuable career and expert development knowledge.
With the unpredicted situation in 2020, many tech events were cancelled due to the pandemic.
Some countries have put in measures to curb the spread of COVID-19. Many events organisers have opted to host most of this year’s conferences virtually. This will be a new experience for participants but its better because of several reasons, including no travel expenses, meetings are free to attend, and events can be replayed after they conclude. Below is a list of the upcoming tech conferences you should consider attending in 2021.
Women in AI Virtual Conference
This event will occur on the evening of 11 May 2021, organised by Re-Work AI. The event aims to bring together AI experts who will discuss the progress of the technology and support women in the sector. The main speakers will be female experts who will touch on technological advancements and the impact of AI in businesses and society.
The Adobe Summit is one of the most anticipated tech conferences for businesses and organisations that want to learn a thing or two about customer experience. This years event will take place on 27 and 28 April and will be hosted virtually. The summit will focus on driving business growth, customer loyalty and satisfaction.
Running Remote 2021
Running Remote is a tech summit dedicated to tackling the challenges associated with remote working and improving the word of remote working. With many people now working remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this is an event that one should not miss, especially with remote working set to stay post-COVID.
Computex is an event that focuses on computing and is one of Asia’s most famous tech events. The event will run from 1 to 4 June. It will be held in the city of Taipei, Taiwan, focusing on 5G technology, cybersecurity and high-performance computing.