Join Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti, Controller Ron Galperin, and members of the Los Angeles City Council at the first technology and innovation conference at City Hall. Speakers from USC, UCLA, Art Center College of Design, Factual, Morphosis, and many others will be discussing technology and innovation, including:
- autonomous self-driving vehicles and the future of transportation
- big data, visualization, and sensing
- the connected city
- civic innovation and engagement
- alternative reality games
- the digital divides
There will also be a hack-a-thon operated by Hack for LA.
Hack for LA brings coders, designers, entrepreneurs, students, government agencies, activists, and other civically engaged individuals together for two days of coding and app development for civic good. It will be one of the biggest and most important events during the 2014 National Day of Civic Hacking. Hack for LA offers great prizes to teams competing in sponsored challenges, and inspires new uses for public data. Hack for LA events bring together hundreds of technologists focused on innovation for civic good.
Registration is free at http://www.hackforla.org/hackathon_signup_2014
There will also be a jobs fair organized by Schmoozd.
Schmoozd works closely with partners in the technology and investment community to design and execute high impactful social events around Los Angeles. Come mix and mingle up close and personal with some of the hottest tech companies in Los Angeles.
Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/la-technology-job-fair-tickets-11522581351
What are my transportation/parking options getting to the event?
City Hall is located within walking distance from the Civic Center Red/Purple Line Station and near several reasonably priced parking lots. Click here to plan your transit trip using Metro's Trip Planner or here to find more information about nearby parking.
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Have questions about #techLA: A Technology and Innovation Conference at Los Angeles City Hall?
Contact Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti