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What makes you Think?

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That’s always the question, isn’t it? What inspires you? What motivates you? And what will help you rise above?

And now there’s an answer for you: Think.

Think is a first-of-its-kind event, March 19-22 in Las Vegas. It’s 40,000 people, coming together in a unique campus setting. It’s for those who seek inspiration and education, reinvention and innovation. It’s a place to connect with experts and seek progress. It’s for understanding what’s going on in the world around AI, Cloud, Data, Security and Systems and discovering what’s possible.

And it’s for those who are ready to reimagine business in the era of AI.

 

DID YOU KNOW: The Las Vegas Strip is the brightest place on Earth when looked at from outer space.

 

Need a bit more information? How about 5 reasons to Think.

#1 Think is real

It’s awesomely compelling stories, brought to life by our Watson IoT clients. You’ll hear how other companies have leveraged Watson AI to drive their own digital transformations. And you’ll learn how they’re:

  • Designing for a software-connected world to develop products that customers can depend on and partners can connect to
  • Finding and sustaining new differentiation by transforming existing products with “can’t live without” services, designs and features.
  • Driving operational excellence with insights from every connected thing.

#2 Think is smart

with 61 Watson IoT breakout sessions, including industry panels and deep dives into hot technology topics. Smart buildings, enterprise asset management, blockchain, digital twins, connected cars, robotic visual inspection … The learning that you’ll have access to is amazing! Ask Watson to help you create a customized agenda.

Use Watson to create your own personalized agenda at Think.

Watson is ready to help you craft the perfect, personalized schedule.

#3 Think is hands-on

There’s 18 Watson IoT hands-on labs, open labs and certifications! You can even learn how to recreate the original Star Trek lapel communicator. It’s your chance to say “Beam me up, Watson!”

#4 Think is enlightening

The sheer brainpower of our speaker list is mind boggling. Want to hear from the co-founder of string field theory? He’s coming. How about astronauts, chief data scientists, heads of industries and CEOs? They’re coming, too. IBMers, like 800+ leaders, 400+ developers and 200+ Distinguished Engineers? All of whom know so much about technology, innovations and ways to build your enterprises? Of course, they’re coming. And they’re all there for you!

Join us for this first-of-its-kind event: Think, March 19-22 in Las Vegas.

#5 Think is fun

It’s a grand networking event, that puts you in touch with experts, educators, innovators and peers. And when the day is over, the fun continues. World-renowned rockers, Bare Naked Ladies (BNL), GRAMMY winners, Train, and musical phenoms, The Chainsmokers, will keep the party going for us all.

The best entertainment aways you at Think: BNL, Train and the Chainsmokers

Come Think with the brightest minds in March. Register today

Content Director, Watson IoT

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