Roundtables

Roundtables bring together speakers, experts & attendees for informal and productive talks around topics that matter.

Join the hosts on Day 1 of TechChill at TWINO Studio for discussion around fintech, leadership and future tech – and if you’re looking to deepen your knowledge in AI, ethics, and scaling look no further than Tilde Square on both days. Twelve people are welcome to join per discussion. Places are limited, so please sign up in advance on the Talque app. If the list if full, you’ll be automatically added to the waiting list.

Can’t wait until the afterparty to meet other attendees? Make sure to catch Speed Networking sessions at 12:00 and at 15:00 at TWINO Studio taking place on both days where through a series of short conversations you’ll get to power network and meet other attendees. Make sure to get your personal 30-second pitch ready.

By clicking Attending on Talque app you register for the roundtable discussion, and will be part of the 12 people discussion.

 

February 21
TWINO Studio
Tilde Square
11:00 -12:00
Fintech: Banks vs. Fintechs Round 2: How to benefit from each other? Founder talks: What does the CEO want? Future talks: How can we develop functional cities to solve some of our biggest issues Future of Artificial Intelligence – European perspective
12:00-12:30
Speed Networking
12:30-13:30
Are we ready to introduce virtual assistants?
14:00 -15:00
Fintech: Machine Learning & AI: Is this the end for human workforce? Founder talks: Working hard or hardly working: How to master efficiency Future talks: Putting tech at good use. Potential of EdTech contribution AI: The Data Ethics Perspective
15:00-15:30
Speed Networking
15:30 -16:30
Fintech: Product Development & UX: Finding the middle ground Future talks: Platform economy. The phenomena that is changing how we eat, drive, travel & live How to scale your start-up business beyond language barriers?

 

 

February 22
TWINO Studio
Tilde Square
11:00 -12:00
How AI is Transforming Media? Deep Dive with Andrejs Vasiļjevs, CEO of Tilde and Konstantīns Kuzikovs, CEO of Delfi.
13:00-13:30
Speed Networking
13:00-13:40
Machine Translation and How to Use It through an API? with Mārcis Pinnis, Researcher at Tilde
14:00 -14:40
Let’s talk about speech tech with Andris Vāravs, Language Technology developer at Tilde
15:00-15:30
Speed Networking

Fintech: Banks vs. Fintechs Round 2: How to benefit from each other?

Moderator: Paul Papadimitriou, Founder at Intelligencr

Time: 11:00-12:00

Inspired by the current debates around fintech involving tech giants, fintech startups, banks and regulators, we are bringing the discussion to the TWINO Studio to explore what other opportunities and challenges could be identified.

 

Founder talks: What does the CEO want?

Moderator: Elizabeth Varley, Founder & CEO TechHub

Time: 11:00-12:00

What is the strategy CEO pursuing and how to make sure the team is aligned on that? In the fast-paced startup & tech scene, keeping up the ever-growing vision is challenging – what are the best practices?

Future talks: How can we develop functional cities to solve some of our biggest issues

Moderator: Rokas Peciulaitis, Managing Partner Contrarian Ventures

Time: 11:00-12:00

Rumor has it that mobility is the next industry at the brink of a revolution. It has the potential to impact some of the most pressing issues we are facing as a society. However, there is still a long road ahead to get to live in the cities with fully functional food management and cars flying around. What can be done today? What are the opportunities for mobility?

Future of Artificial Intelligence – European perspective

Moderator: Robin Wauters, Founding Editor Tech.eu

Time: 11:00-12:00

We are only at the beginning of a rapid period of transformation of our economy and society due to the convergence of many digital technologies, especially AI. There is a strong global competition on AI amongst US, China, and Europe. The US is leading the way for now but China is catching up quickly and aims to lead by 2030. What are the opportunities for European startups?

Are we ready to introduce virtual assistants?

Moderator: Stewart Rogers, Analyst at Large Venture Beat

Time: 12:30-13:30

Gartner’s Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies 2018 shows that Virtual Assistants have already passes their peak of inflated expectations and have their reached the disillusionment phase. What are customer expectations now, and how have they changed? What are the main concerns and doubts in the virtual assistant implementation process?

Speed Networking

Time: 12:00 – 12:30

Can’t wait until the afterparty to meet other attendees? Make sure to catch Speed Networking sessions at 12:00 and at 15:00 at TWINO Studio where through a series of short conversations you’ll get to power network and meet other attendees. Make sure to get your personal 30 second pitch ready.

Fintech: Machine Learning & AI: Is this the end for human workforce?

Moderator: Andrii Degeler, Tech.eu

Time: 14:00-15:00

The financial service industry is going through a revolution, like many other sectors – we are automating and optimising processes like never before. The forecasts show that in the next couple of years machines will be ready to take over many tasks within a job or the job altogether. How are we preparing for the next revolution within our companies?

Founder talks: Working hard or hardly working: How to master efficiency

Moderator: Cristobal Alonso, Startup Wise Guys

Time: 14:00-15:00

In an office full of cubicles, memos, and staff meetings, someone else is ultimately in charge of your time. How are you managing your time when starting a business? How to keep the productivity game up even in a fast changing environment?

Future talks: Putting tech at good use. Potential of EdTech contribution

Moderator: TBA

Time: 14:00-15:00

Innovation in education technology is faster than ever, especially due to virtual reality, mobile devices, cloud technologies and the Internet of Things. How is the education scene changing and what is the vision for the future of education?

AI: The Data Ethics Perspective

Moderator: David Ryan Polgar, Founder All Tech is Human

Time: 14:00-15:00

The digital economy is built on data—massive streams of data being created, collected, combined and shared—for which traditional governance frameworks and risk-mitigation strategies are insufficient and mostly left in the hands of entrepreneurs. Are we doing a good job? What could be improved?

Speed Networking

Time: 15:00-15:30

Can’t wait until the afterparty to meet other attendees? Make sure to catch Speed Networking sessions at 12:00 and at 15:00 at TWINO Studio where through a series of short conversations you’ll get to power network and meet other attendees. Make sure to get your personal 30 second pitch ready.

Fintech: Product Development & UX: Finding the middle ground

Moderator: Jennifer Kanyamibwa, Senior Design Program Manager at Twitter

Time: 15:30-16:30

“Move fast, break things” will not go far, especially when building fintech solutions that can compete on a global market. The major advantage that startups can bring to the table is ease of usability, comfort and flawless UX, but how to fit that in the tight Product Development timeline?

Future talks: Platform economy. The phenomena that is changing how we eat, drive, travel & live

Moderator: Raph Crouan,Founder & CEO Startupbootcamp IOT

Time: 15:30-16:30

Technology has transformed the way we approach our financial decisions – platform economy has empowered us as a society to live through the experiences without taking up the responsibility of long term financial constraints. What is the impact of platform economy on the society and what business opportunities can it bring?

How to scale your start-up business beyond language barriers?

Moderator: Chris Brown, 500 Startups

Time: 15:30-16:30

Building scalable business is the goal for any start-up, but just in Europe alone there are 23 languages. What are the best practices for scaling beyond the language barriers?

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