It's time to get your robotics fix, startup fans. Join us for a day-long deep dive focused on the intersection of robotics and AI -- arguably two of the most exciting and world-changing technologies. Save the date and save $100 when you buy an early-bird ticket to TC Sessions: Robotics & AI 2020. Want to save even more? You'll save an extra 18% when you purchase four or more tickets at once.
What could possibly be more exciting than attending TechCrunch Sessions: Robotics AI on April 18 -- where you'll spend a full day immersed in these world-changing technologies? All you need to do is buy a demo table before they sell out, so don't delay. Oh, and the $1,500 price tag also includes three attendee tickets, so you can bring your tribe. Speakers at our previous events at Berkeley and MIT have included technologists, founders and investors, including the likes of Ayanna Howard (Georgia Tech), Rob Coneybeer (Shasta Ventures), Helen Greiner (CyPhyWorks), Tye Brady (Amazon Robotics), Ken Goldberg (UC Berkeley) and so many others. These are just some of the doers, movers and shakers that can make an early-stage startup founder's dream come true.
We are not quite ready to announce the agenda for TechCunch's April 18 robotics and AI show at UC Berkeley, but anyone who has been watching the speaker announcements is bound to be just a bit excited. Here's a quick sneak peek at the soon-to-be-announced agenda. For founders eager to know what's on investors' minds, there is an all-star robotics and AI investor panel that includes Peter Barrett from Playground Global, Helen Liang from FoundersX Ventures, Andy Wheeler from GV and Hidetaka Aoki from Global Brain. Not only will a TechCrunch editor grill these investors onstage, but there will be a separate and longer Q&A session where attendees can ask questions to figure out where VCs are focusing their funds. For anyone trying to fathom the nearly unfathomable world of AI, there is a remarkable session featuring, respectively, Dartmouth and UC Berkeley professors Hany Farid and Alexei Efros, who are two of the world's leading authorities on the use of AI and computer vision to create live video of things that, well, never happened.
As we get ready for TechCrunch Sessions: Robotics AI on April 18 at UC Berkeley, we can't help but look back at last year's robotics event. With more than 1,000 attendees, thought-provoking panels and cutting-edge demos, 2018's TC Sessions: Robotics was pretty great. We've compiled some highlights of some of our favorite moments from last year to whet your appetite for 2019's current speaker lineup. Check out the highlights below and be sure to grab your Early-Bird ticket for this April's TC Sessions: Robotics AI. Boston Dynamics CEO Marc Raibert announced onstage that the company's 66-pound SpotMini robot will be available for purchase by the normals in 2019.
Artificial intelligence is quickly becoming a foundational technology for enterprise software development and startups have begun addressing a variety of issues around using AI to make software and processes much more efficient. To that end, we are delighted to announce that Jocelyn Goldfein, a Managing Director at Zetta Venture Partners will be joining on us a panel to discuss AI in the enterprise. It will take place at the TechCrunch Sessions: Enterprise show on September 5 at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco. It's not just startups that are involved in AI in the enterprise. Some of the biggest names in enterprise software including Salesforce Einstein, Adobe Sensei and IBM Watson have been addressing the need for AI to help solve the enterprise data glut.