Home Robotics at the Silicon Valley Future Forum
Thursday August 17, 2017
At the conference, it was no surprise to us that robotics took center stage during the forum’s investment opportunity panel. As we discussed on Press:Here this summer, we believe robotics and more specifically home robotics and telepresence tools are on the verge of expanding to include devices where deep learning or machine perception allow end-users — like family members monitoring aging relatives — to sense problems sooner and address them more efficiently.
The conference’s investor panel, like The Washington Post’s recent article championing Ohmni, agreed. Robotics expansion is the future.
During the forum, we were also able to demonstrate Ohmni’s ease of use and instant ability to connect audiences, families and even strangers, showing people the future, as the panel described it.
About Silicon Valley Future Forum
Silicon Valley Future Forum (SVFF), with over 5,000 attendees from 2016 to 2018, is the place where forward-thinking angel investors, venture capitalists, startups, entrepreneurs, engineers, corporate executives, and academics meet to exchange innovative ideas and explore investment opportunities in applying present and future technologies for real-world impact.
SVFF, powered by Bay Area Innovators and partnered with Silicon Valley centered incubators/accelerators and VC funds, provides investors with liquid exposure to diversified earlier-stage technology start-ups and high-growth technology companies for investment opportunities, and gathers startups and investors to be connected and inspired by the insight sharing from industry leaders and experts on the latest innovations and the best practices.