The 2020 tech conference season was over just about before it commenced; it went by in the blink of an eye.
COVID-19 undoubtedly closed many big tech events, and many that were making plans to revamp later in 2020 wound up cancelling entirely.
As a direct consequence, the list of tech events in 2021 will look completely different.
Numerous events have yet to publicly state schedules, and for a legitimate reason: the coronavirus disease outbreak has left 2021 in limbo, and unveiling dates now can direct consequence in another poor bet.
The occasions that have been confirmed for 2021 are listed below, but be sure to keep checking the list of events.
Some institutions that broadcast event series have not yet released dates but intend to do so.
We haven’t yet covered all of the events; if you do not see an event on this list, please contact the event’s organizer.
Some institutions are highly unlikely to host any other in-person event.
With this let us take a look at upcoming tech events.
1. 5G World.
In 2021, 5G World will come back as one of the most globally integrated platforms to connect with and gain knowledge from the most influential CPs, organisations, and system integrators.
A new hybrid event format, allows users to communicate insights, engage in conversations, and network with leaders from all over the industrial sector.
The event has been redesigned to give people more opportunities than ever before to link and inspire 5G innovations, either online or in-person!
It is virtually scheduled from Monday, September 20th to Friday, September 24th, from 08:00 – 18:00. It is hosted by Informa tech.
2. AI Summit London
AI is expected to revolutionize the way we operate and maintain businesses.
However, if you know to leverage the disruptive forces of AI, you can disrupt your everyday activities in a manner that is useful to you.
The AI Summit London will provide you with the teaching, motivation, and practical guidance you will need to unlock and improve your AI-enabled organizational change.
The occasion will bring you up to speed on the latest trends, with backing from tech innovators and international authorities, and influenced by influential use-cases from international corporate executives.
The main AI event of London Tech Week gives you unrestricted access to all the information and instruments you need to put your AI company initiatives to life.
The event will be held at ExCel London from Wednesday, September 22nd to Thursday, September 23rd.
3. Black Hat USA
Black Hat, which shifted to digital last August, plans to return to the Mandalay Bay Conference Center in Las Vegas in 2021, the dates are July 31-August 5, 2021.
Black Hat, one of the world’s biggest cybersecurity events, provides practical skills, lectures on the advancement stage, and networking with hundreds of security solutions.
This event is a must-attend for security professionals, directors, economists, and even hackers who want to stick on top of the latest security risks and patterns.
4. Climate Tech
ClimateTech is organized by London Tech Week in collaboration with the Founding member’s Forum.
The globe has 10 years to cut emissions of greenhouse gases in half; by 2050, the globe must attain net-zero emissions to eliminate greenhouse gases of more than 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Every industry of the international economy must be reshaped, and climate technology is critical to accomplishing this goal.
Renewable energy sources such as wind power, solar power, and hydropower are examples of technology.
All of these aspects will be extensively covered in the ClimateTech, which represents the release of a new platform.
A vibrant global community of pioneers, venture capitalists, industry sponsors, academia, and government leaders who will define the path to a net-zero platform.
ClimateTech will take centre stage at London Tech Week 2021 on Tuesday, September 21st, from 09:30 to 18:30.
With the pandemic asserting more tenacious than any of us had hoped, several of the year’s most important workshops and meetings will almost certainly operate online this year again.
Others are being pushed back to the summer in the hope that vaccine deployments will allow for in-person activities to resume.
In any case, these are the gathering places for tech’s wheelers and dealers to display new technologies and share ideas.
Make sure to look for other events because we did not cover them all.
Best wishes and I hope to see you at one of these events.