2022 IEEE Future Technology Summit has been held in Silicon Valley
East Bay of San Francisco
with a new registration record.
Opening Speech by Mayor Lily Mei of Fremont, home of Tesla’s headquarters in the U.S.
The summit site
Guests attending the summit include: IEEE Fellow and ACM Distinguished Scientist of the World Computer Society, Professor Vincenzo Piuri of the University of Milan, Italy; IEEE Fellow and IEEE Wallace McDowell Prize winner, IBM Honorary Fellow Jai Menon; and Lily Mei, Chinese-American mayor of Fremont, where Tesla is headquartered; Li Hongyuan, former Minister of the Interior of Taiwan and professor at National Taiwan University; Liang Min, Managing Director of Stanford University’s Pratt Institute for Energy Research; Cai Weide, tenured professor at Arizona State University, professor at Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and director of the Digital Society & Blockchain Laboratory; Florida State University, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Atlantic University, and IBM’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. Taghi M. Khoshgoftaar, Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Atlantic University; Jie Xu, Head of the Department of Computer Science, University of Leeds, UK, and Director of the White Rose Centre for Networked e-Science, UK; and Sagnik Nandy, Former Vice President of Engineering at Google, and now Chief Technology Officer and President of Technology at Okta, Jane Wu, Managing Director and Scientist of BRI Capital Partners, etc. Dozens of top scientists, famous scholars, entrepreneurs and investors from the United States, Britain, Australia, Germany, Italy, Japan, Singapore and other countries attended.
IEEE Fellow and recipient of the IEEE Wallace McDowell Award,
IBM Honorary Fellow Jai Menon keynote speech on site
Many guest speakers on site
IEEE Fellow and IEEE Wallace McDowell Award winner, IBM Honorary Fellow Jai Menon in a live speech to explain why “the data processing unit (DPU) will be the key to building the next generation of data centers,” he said: As network and storage speeds continue to increase rapidly, the problem will only get worse. As network and storage speeds continue to increase rapidly, the problem will only get worse. This has led to the development of a new type of programmable processor called a DPU, or data processing unit, which is up to 10 times faster than a general-purpose CPU for data-centric tasks. This DPU will coexist with CPUs and GPUs in modern data centers. In his presentation, he also discussed with the audience, both live and online, the market dynamics that are driving the rise of the DPU. He also described how DPUs can be used, the types of differentiated products that can be built using DPUs, and the vision for the next generation of data centers using CPUs, GPUs, and DPUs. Writing Applications and Managing Cloud/Edge Computing and IoT Infrastructure” launched a keynote speech, in-depth elaboration of the current situation and future development of this industry field; in today’s world concern about climate change, the former Minister of the Ministry of the Interior of China and Taiwan, Professor Li Hongyuan of National Taiwan University to focus on the theme of “Smart City Development, Natural Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change”. Under the theme of “Smart City Development, Natural Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change”, Mr. Li Hongyuan, former Minister of the Interior of Taiwan and Professor of National Taiwan University, combined his professional and working experience to share his views on sustainable development, non-engineering methods and green infrastructure development, as well as the right way to solve or mitigate the problems caused by population growth and climate change. According to him, the essential value of sustainable development lies in realizing social justice, environmental protection, and balanced development of humanity and economy. Cai Weide, Professor of Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (BUAA) and Director of Digital Society & Blockchain Laboratory, is a leading figure in the industry today, having published more than 600 papers, 8 books, and an H-index of 64 (the number of academic outputs and the level of academic outputs of a researcher). He has led blockchain and digital currency related projects for the past 7 years, and his blockchain articles have over 40 million readers. With the theme of “The Digital Economy: Digital Currency, Art, and Branding”, he introduces architectural issues, policy issues, and business strategies. He argues that digital currency will be used in a meta-universe environment and that digital art will be an important means of supporting digital brands. These were complex and interrelated issues that would surely figure prominently in the new digital economy to come.
Roundtable Dialogue on the Future of Green Energy and Technology
Around the topic of “Green Energy and Technology of the Future”, a roundtable dialogue was held with Jane Wu, Managing Director and Scientist, BRI Capital Partners; Liang Min, Managing Director, Preceptor Energy Institute, Stanford University; Zeyu Gao, Professor and Director of the Center for Intelligent Technologies in Complex Systems, San Jose State University; and Qin Wang, Head of Technology, Palo Alto Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, California. Director of the Center for Intelligent Technologies for Complex Systems at San Jose State University; and Qin Wang, Head of Technology at the Electric Power Research Institute in Palo Alto, California. The live roundtable dialogues were exciting and sparked enthusiastic applause. The whole day’s summit was a climax.
Meanwhile, this summit’s UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) sub-forum was held offline in Taiwan region
Meanwhile, the UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) sub-forum of this summit was held offline in Taiwan region with online discussion. Guests from the local Experimental Research Institute (ERI), such as Lin Xi-Qing, Deputy Director of the High-Speed Network and Computer Center, Chung Wen-Huei, Project Researcher of the Applied Research Laboratory (ARL), Luo Zheng-Fang, Vice President of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Systems (UAVS), and Huang Zhen-Jie, Managing Director of the Association for the Education and Incubation of Unmanned Aircraft (AEUA), shared and discussed hot topics such as the application of UAVs to future technologies, conceptualization of UAV collaborative platforms and application scenarios, and the application of UAVs to structural engineering 3D modeling.
During the reception and award dinner, guests from more than 20 countries around the world gathered together for a group photo to conclude the 2022 IEEE CISOSE Engineering Conference & 2022 IEEE Future Technology Summit.
The IEEE Technology Summit centered on the theme of “Sustainable Smart Cities and Future Technologies”, focusing on building sustainable green smart cities based on future intelligence and technologies. Seven cutting-edge industries were researched and discussed, including future sustainable smart cities and technologies, future big data and artificial intelligence technologies, future green buildings and sustainable communities, future smart machines and automation, future semiconductor industry intelligence, future digital currency and economy, and future drones and applications. According to him, the rapid development of smart technologies and smart sciences and systems has made tremendous changes and impacts on our society and people’s lives in manufacturing, business operations, agriculture, communications, healthcare services, learning and education, and social networking.
Lina Yu, Executive Secretary General of the Summit and CEO of Yuehai International Media, was interviewed by the organizer
Lina Yu, Executive Secretary General of the Summit and CEO of Yuehai International Media, said in an interview: “IEEE Future Tech Summit” was founded in Silicon Valley, USA, as a platform for international cutting-edge technology exchanges, and has been held once a year for 5 years, and has now successfully become a top technology summit brand. It brings together international smart technology leaders, senior government officials, global industry experts, entrepreneurs, investors, as well as academic researchers and scholars from all over the world to discuss, learn and exchange the best smart solutions and practices, as well as the new challenges of smart technology and the needs and future trends of smart technology. In the future, “IEEE Future Tech Summit” is expected to hold a number of collaborative meetings in China, interested organizations can visit the official website of Pacific View Media for contact information.
IEEE Director-Elect and Past President of the IEEE Systems Council
IEEE Fellow and ACM Distinguished Scientist
Professor, University of Milan, Italy
Professor of National Taiwan University
Ph.D., Professor, Digital Society&Blockchain Laboratory Director, Beihang University
Professor, Chair of Computing, University of Leeds
Director of the UK White Rose Grid e-Science Center
CTO & President of Technology, Okta
Managing Director, BRI Capital Partners
Taghi M. Khoshgoftaar
Ph.D., Chair Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Florida Atlantic University
Chief Production Officer, Forever Energy
Chief Scientist, Fungible, Inc.
IEEE Fellow and IEEE Wallace McDowell Award Winner
IBM Fellow Emeritus
Vice President, Fellow and Chief Cloud Architect – Spirent Communications
Ph.D., Distinguished University Professor and Chair, Computer Science and Engineering
Co-Director, USF Institute for AI+X
Guests were interviewed by the media on site
Sharing and discussion during the conference on how innovative technologies should be used to solve smart city problems.