Innovators, entrepreneurs, scientists, and thought-leaders will gather to look into the future on Oct. 30.
Seattle 2035, hosted by news site Xconomy, will explore the technologies of today that are likely to “form the basis of our economy a generation from now.” Key areas of focus include AI, VR, space commercialization, healthcare, and more.
Oren Etzioni, CEO of the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence, will speak, along with Kymeta CEO Nathan Kundtz, Redfin CEO Glenn Kelmann, Director of Microsoft Research Eric Horvitz, and other industry leaders.
Tickets for Seattle 2035 are on sale for $50 – $395 here.
What: “MGF Seattle has opened its doors once again and have even more in store to offer senior execs of the mobile gaming community. A gathering of over 500 of the most senior decision-makers in the industry, MGF sets the benchmark in terms of high-level networking, inspirational content and fun activities! If you’re looking for an undiluted and focused mobile games conference, covering the business of mobile games, look no further.”
Where: Bell Harbor Conference Center, Seattle.
When: Oct. 20 – 21.
Register: Tickets are on sale for $99 – $2,999 here.
What: “CTO Talks goes beyond the typical technology conference to ask about the fundamental technology decisions a company needs to make, the big philosophies behind hiring an amazing tech team, and how to balance a CTO’s focus on technology with overall business goals.”
Where: Galvanize, Seattle.
When: Oct. 20, 2 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Register: Tickets are on sale for $100 – $200 here.
What: “Startup Week is a free, five-day celebration of our community that builds momentum and opportunity around entrepreneurship. We’re led by local entrepreneurs and hosted in amazing spaces all over town.”
Where: Various venues, Seattle.
When: Oct. 26 – Oct. 30.
Register: This event is free. Create a profile to be included in the attendee directory here.
What: “An all male panel at a women’s event? That’s right. We believe the conversation about advancing women in technology is not one that should be had in isolation, especially when organizations large and small are feeling the effect of talent shortages. Our goal is to strengthen the position of women in tech, including those who attend our events, by presenting opportunities to hear varying perspectives. During this panel, male leaders from different facets of the Seattle technology and digital community will share their perspective on what is necessary for women to play a more significant role—both in volume and influence—in the tech industry.”
Where: Pacific Science Center, Seattle.
When: Oct. 28, 6 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Register: Tickets are on sale for $20 here.
Items for this feature are picked from the GeekWire Calendar, where you can submit free listings for geeky gatherings and technology-related events in the Pacific Northwest.