Silicon Valley Summit
Monday, December 16, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM (PST)
Mountain View, CA
Silicon Valley Summit
Monday, December 16, 2013
Computer History Museum, Hahn Auditorium, Second Floor
1401 N Shoreline Blvd
Mountain View, CA 94043
On Monday, December 16, The Atlantic will draw together cutting edge technologists and digital futurists for its inaugural Silicon Valley Summit.
As innovators build out the infrastructure of a new digital world and venture firms scour the Valley hoping to plant stakes in the next, next big thing, they face hurdles of imagination and presumption. What bets will turn out to be right ones? Which creations will reinvent the way we think about technology? And, from across the country, how can legislators support the march of technological innovation and achievement? Silicon Valley’s cauldron of obsessive creation is changing the world, giving its innovators an increasingly strong voice in national and global affairs.
With Special Thanks to our Underwriters:
AT&T, Autodesk, Microsoft Corporation, and WalmartLabs, The Westin Palo Alto
McKinsey and Company
Note to Government Employees
To our guests who are state or local government employees: We kindly ask that you confirm in advance with your Departmental Ethics Office that you are permitted to attend this event.
To our guests who are political appointees: This event will include a food component. We welcome your attendance at that portion of the event; however, we kindly ask that you confirm in advance with your Departmental Ethics Office that you are permitted to attend. If you are able to join us for the food component of this event, we ask that you pay the fair market value of the food, which is valued at $20.00.
A description of this event - written for government ethics office review - may be requested by writing to Vanessa Finnie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Since 1857, The Atlantic magazine has helped shape the national debate on the most critical and contentious issues of our times, from politics, business, and the economy, to technology, arts, and culture. Through in-depth analysis in the monthly print magazine, complemented by up-to-the-minute insights delivered throughout the day on theatlantic.com, The Atlantic provides the nation’s thought leaders and professional class with forward-looking, fresh perspectives that provoke and challenge, define and affect the lives we are living today, and give shape to the lives we will live tomorrow.