September 11, 2019 | Written by: Naguib Attia
Categorized: Education | Events
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IBM’s STEM events have a long history for being interactive, engaging, and FUN! The event focus is on innovating, being creative, and motivating young minds to explore new problem-solving opportunities.
September 18, 2019 from 10 AM – 12:30 PM CT, IBM’s Academy of Technology will host its annual public live stream STEM Event, led by IBM Fellow, Rhonda Childress. It will be the biggest event yet, with a live high school audience of 500 and over 20,000 connections expected over the public live stream! It will be held in Austin, Texas at Juan Navarro High School, an IBM P-TECH high school partners.
Our theme this year is “THINK and Create the Extraordinary”. Expect passionate speakers, engaging demos, and lively calls to action that cover motivational technical topics including: Watson, IoT, Artificial Intelligence, circuits, cyber security and more! If you would like to hear more about this event and see some of the previous years’ hot topics, watch this video.
Use this link to register for the live simulcast.