RSAC 2018 Friday Recap and Looking Ahead to RSAC Unplugged London and RSAC Asia Pacific & Japan
What a memorable Conference week! And there’s no better way to close it out than with the latest installment of “The Hugh Thompson Show”.
It’s hard to think of a technology impacting more industries – including InfoSec – than Artificial Intelligence. From pure excitement over its disruptive potential, to fear, uncertainty and doubt, AI is on everyone’s minds. Together with his accomplished guests, Dr. Dawn Song, Dr. Kate Darling and Dr. Sebastian Thrun, Hugh explored the fascination behind artificial intelligence, its current and future applications and its potential to help—or hurt—humanity.
Like so much of our Conference content it was a chance to hear first-hand from some of the smartest minds out there as they pushed an important conversation forward.
Remember that, even though the Conference is ending, with RSAC onDemand, you can experience some of the best of RSAC 2018 online, by watching (or re-watching) sessions from our Industry Experts track, as well as select seminars.
Looking to keep some of your favorite Conference insights fresh in your mind? You can always access the presentations and audio recordings for many of the week’s sessions on our site.
We hope you found RSA Conference 2018 as engaging and inspiring as we did! If you want to continue the journey with us, please visit one of our upcoming conferences.
RSAC Unplugged London will take place on June 7, 2018. RSA Conference 2018 Asia Pacific & Japan takes place July 25-27, 2018 in Singapore while RSAC Unplugged Abu Dhabi is set for November 14, 2018. And next year join us right back here in San Francisco from March 4-8 for RSA Conference 2019!
We hope to see you there, safe travels, and please stay in touch.
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