Upcoming Events

Tech 2025 at “Funny as Tech: What is the Future of Work?” in NYC

Tuesday, February 13, 7PM

Charlie Oliver (CEO of Tech 2025) joins the hilarious Funny as Tech show as guest speaker, along with fellow guest speakers, Matt Harrigan (Grand Central Tech), and Lisa Cervenka (The Muse), for a thought-provoking, no-holds-barred conversation on the future of work.


WEBINAR: How to Prepare Children for the Ongoing Technological Explosion and Jobs of the Future with Jonathan Mugan

Tuesday, February 13, 3pm-4pm

JOIN US for our next webinar and interactive Q&A with special guest speaker, Jonathan Mugan (computer science researcher specializing in machine learning and AI, author of The Curiosity Cycle: Preparing Your Child for the Ongoing Technological Explosion).


WEBINAR: The Cambrian Explosion of AI Research Heavily Funded by Big Tech Companies and Why Everyone Should Follow It Closely

Tuesday, February 20, 6pm-8:00pm

JOIN US for this special webinar and interactive Q&A with special guest speaker, Dr. Seth Baum (Executive Director of the Global Catastrophic Risk Institute), that will kick off the Tech 2025 Practical AI Research for All initiative. Seth will offer webinar attendees an informative and thought-provoking presentation on the AI research ecosystem powered by the big tech companies.


The Rise of Central New York’s Drone Empire and the Windfall of Opportunities for Entrepreneurs There

Thursday, February 22, 6pm-8:00pm

JOIN US for this special Info Session and mini-Think Tank as our special guest, Jon Parry, Director of GENUIS NY, presents the incredible transformation Central New York is going though to become a major drone hub, including the opportunities and challenges the area and businesses face.


Google's "AlphaGo," the Rise of Affective Computing, and the Psychotrauma of Being Defeated by AI

Thursday, March 1, 6pm-8:30pm

Join us for a film screening of the critically acclaimed documentary, "AlphaGo," followed by a special presentation and interactive discussion with guest speaker Carl Carrie on Affective Computing and the companies and startups that are currently tackling this relatively new field.