RobotLAB, the world’s premier robotics integrator that has delivered impactful business innovations and solutions for more than 15 years, has added to its lineup of experts for next week’s highly anticipated “AI, Robotics & the Future of Work” summit on Wednesday, July 12, at 11 a.m. (CT). The educational event will discuss the transformative potential of AI and robotics in the workforce, highlighting both the challenges and opportunities such technologies present. Packed with insightful, interactive discussions led by thought-leaders in machine learning, marketing, economics, the public sector and more, the summit can be attended in-person at RobotLAB’s new state-of-the-art headquarters in Southlake, Texas, or virtually through Zoom by registering.
Limited seating is available in-person. Please visit www.robotlab.com/futureofwork to RSVP for virtual or in-person attendance.
Learn more about the event from RobotLAB founder and CEO, Elad Inbar, here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8p0Y4SvmtS0.
The expanded “AI, Robotics & the Future of Work” lineup now includes:
- 11:00 a.m. – Morning Stand Up with RobotLAB team covering various department projects and statistics.
- 11:15 a.m. – Organizational Transformation: A Dive into Robotics in the Public Sector panel with:
- Elad Inbar, RobotLAB Founder and CEO
- Anthony J. Tata – Policy Expert, Former School District Administrator and Merchant Marine Board Member
- Dr. Joxel Garcia – Former U.S. Health Assistant Secretary and Global Health Advocate
- Nick Neonakis – Franchise Guru and CEO of The Franchise Consulting Company
- Panel will conclude with insights from franchise industry experts Kapil Manocha and Seema Govil
- 12 p.m. – AI, Robotics and Future of Work: Commercial Applications and Predictions panel with:
- Elad Inbar, RobotLAB Founder and CEO
- Dr. Balakrishnan Prabhakaran, esteemed computer scientist and professor at University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) with notable research on big data systems and machine learning.
- Dr. Sriram Villupuram, professor of Finance at the University of Texas at Arlington & director of the Ryan-Reilly Center for Urban Land Utilization
- Dr. Narayanan Janakiraman, marketing professor at University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), frequent expert feature in outlines like Harvard Business Review, New York Magazine and Wall Street Journal.
- 1 p.m. – Lunch will be served on robots. Ongoing networking and interactive robot stations, including Conversations with hospitality robot Pepper, Tours from LG’s Guidebot, Remote Control Rover and Fake Terrain Course, Delivery and Cleaning Robot Testing Stations and more.
“As robotics and AI have become widely discussed – and in some cases, controversial – we are excited to host the AI, Robotics & the Future of Work summit to provide professional, cross-disciplinary perspectives on how robotics and AI will impact and enhance the workplace across many industries, including hospitality, assisted living, janitorial, education and more,” said RobotLAB Founder and CEO, Elad Inbar. “We believe that by making AI and robotics more accessible and relatable, we can empower individuals and businesses to confidently embrace these innovations and seize their immense potential. This summit will serve as a safe space for such conversations and help to educate business leaders on the benefits and proper implementation of AI and robotics in the workforce.”
Since its founding in 2007, RobotLAB has provided turnkey robotics solutions to companies of all sizes in industries including foodservice, hospitality, banking, education, assisted-living, education, cleaning, delivery, and hospitals. As labor becomes increasingly expensive and scarce, RobotLAB helps businesses harness the power of robotics to improve bottom-lines and employee retention by reallocating routine tasks to automated technologies. To improve the availability of robotics access nationwide, RobotLAB recently launched a first-of-its-kind robotics integration franchise program in 40 U.S. states, with remaining states expected to finalize before the end of 2023.
To learn more about the event, visit www.robotlab.com/futureofwork. To learn more about RobotLAB and its industry-leading portfolio, visit www.robotlab.com.