Dublin Tech Summit have forged an exciting partnership with beatvyne to bring the first ever Music x Tech Experience to Ireland highlighting new technology in a changing global music industry.
The exciting addition to DTS18 will be a gathering of the world‘s leading experts, including Ken Umezaki of dotBlockchain, Oisin Lunny, The Guardian journalist and advisor to SXSW alongside rising stars from Jaak and Rotor and will explore how technology is disrupting the music industry and how we can use music experiences to enhance our lives.
Speaking on the event Kenn Davis, Co-Founder and CEO of beatvyne said:
“The addition of this event to DTS means we can give everyone the opportunity to get a hands-on experience of the latest innovations in music and by taking part in groundbreaking discussions, the attendees will discover the influence it has on our behaviour, the rise of Artificial Intelligence and the next generation of instruments. ”
The event will focus on the fan experience and will explore how new technologies such as Mixed, Augmented and Virtual Reality, Artificial intelligence, Blockchain and new immersive live experiences are positively changing the current music landscape.
This addition to Dublin Tech Summit comes quickly after the announcement of Dublin Tech Week ; a festival of Technology, Arts and Science running from 16th to 20th of April 2018. This new partnership will also see beatvyne host a series of events in the most unique and iconic buildings across the city as part of the event.
About Dublin Technology Summit & Tech Week:
DTS & DTW 2018 will bring together global leaders in innovation, technology and business to shape the future of global trends and technologies. Taking over Dublin City the week long festival cumulating in the two-day summit will showcase everything Dublin has to offer as global hub of culture and innovation. To learn more visit www.dublintechweek.com and www.dublintechsummit.com and follow them on Facebook and Twitter.
beatvyne is a live music marketplace that focuses on the experience, giving complete freedom to hosts, artists and fans to create their own events in alternative spaces. For more information on what beatvyne can do and to get involved in the music events that will form part of Dublin Tech Summit and Dublin Tech Week visit www.beatvyne.com