International figures across healthcare, AI, fintech, ecommerce and more added to the bill for Ireland’s largest tech conference.
Dublin Tech Summit (DTS) has, today, announced some major tech movers and shakers that will speak at this year’s conference. The event, which is now in its 7th year, takes place at the RDS in Dublin on May 31 and June 1, 2023.
The biggest to date, it will attract hundreds of tech leaders from all over the world who will address over 8,000 attendees through a range of cutting-edge talks, panels, interviews, demonstrations and more.
As Ireland’s largest tech conference, DTS23 aims to highlight the country’s role as a tech hub for the entire world, showcasing the present and future of what is possible and what lies ahead.
The latest founders, executives and entrepreneurs to be added to the DTS 2023 lineup include:
- Dame Vivian Hunt, Chief Innovation Officer, Optum
- Adam Cheyer, Co-founder of Siri/Co-founder of Viv Labs / Co-founder of Sentient/founding member of Change.org
- José Luis Cordeiro, Director of the Millenium Project
- Dorothy Creaven, VP, Managing Director and Site Lead, Rent the Runway
- Cullen Jennings, CTO of Security, Cisco
- Jeff Bianco, President and Founder, Dev.Pro
- Patricia Scanlon, Founder and Executive Chair of Soapbox Labs and Ireland’s First AI Ambassador
- David Hassoun, Chief Technologist of Cloud Solutions, Dolby
- David Singleton, Chief Technology Officer, Stripe
- Marie McGinley, International Head of Technology, Eversheds Sutherland Ireland
- Anna Brailsford, CEO, Girls First Code
- Ambika Kapur, VP of Networking and Advanced Security, VMware
- Rob Brown, Founder and CEO, KERB
- Fergal Reid, Director of Machine Learning, Intercom
- Cormac Dinan, Country Director, Coinbase
Amid a tech landscape that is shifting on a daily basis, DTS23 will address the very latest issues and developments in innovation that will impact workers, industries and populations. The ongoing tech downturn is seeing mass layoffs worldwide, while the rapid growth of AI, the shift toward sustainability and banking turbulence are creating fresh challenges for many sectors. New approaches to these and other issues will be discussed and debated, with all viewpoints represented.
This exciting guest speakers lineup will continue to grow as the event approaches. Dublin Tech Summit is supported by 80 industry partners and will showcase 150 start-ups throughout the event.
In addition, the DTS by Night programme will see a host of venues around Dublin and beyond host informal networking events, with further announcements on the cards.
Tickets for this year’s event are on sale now. For more information, please vist the Dublin Tech Summit website.
Commenting on the return of Dublin Tech Summit for 2023, Managing Director, Tracey Carney said: “We are thrilled to announce the next round of speakers for Dublin Tech Summit, who are well established thought leaders from across the world. Tech in all sectors is going through a period of turbulence, meaning great change, and DTS23 will be at the apex of that, looking ahead to the next decade to see where we will be, and what opportunities lie ahead.”
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