The following are the available slides from TALK’s 2nd Techfest Louisville for your perusal. If the slides are looking for are not listed herein, then they are not to be made publicly available. We look forward to seeing you at our next Techfest in 2019!
The Technology Association of Louisville Kentucky, aka TALK, held its Techfest Louisville 2017 on Aug. 16-17th for all those professionals and higher education students interested in learning more about technologies that impact our world today. Speakers hosted panel discussions, explained case scenarios and case studies, as well as showed tech trends and their implications in various presentation styles over this two-day event held at the Pendennis Club this year. The program was open for attendance to anyone interested in technology developments, and allowed for economic development conversations between attendees, speakers and area leaders.
For more information on Techfest Louisville 2017, go to: www.techfestlou.com. Visit us on Facebook, and Linked In pages under Technology Association of Louisville KY. On Twitter: @talklou and @techfestlou.
Speaker slides (in no particular order):
“How Can Blockchain Technology Change the Fintech Landscape and Your Investing” | Speakers: Attorneys Howard Herndon, Gray Sasser and Josh Rosenblatt, Frost Brown Todd’s Blockchain and Digital Currency team
Advanced Manufacturing Track “Protecting your innovations: A Patent Law Primer” |
Speaker: Brantley Shumaker, Registered Patent Attorney, Middleton Reutlinger
Healthcare IT Track “Tracking Employee Healthcare: An IT Development Story at PSST” | Speaker: Carl Williams, Chief Operations Officer, PSST
Cybersecurity Education Track “The State’s Cybersecurity Pathway for Teens and What is Ahead” | Co-Presenters: Scott U’Sellis, Information Technology & Media Arts Consultant, KY Department of Education and “JCPS Adopts Cybersecurity Pathway” Ryan Deal, Business and IT College and Career Readiness Specialist, Jefferson County Public Schools
KEYNOTE: “Building Northern Europe’s Largest Innovation Hub: Espoo Innovation Garden,” | Speaker: Ari Huczkowski, Chief Innovation Evangelist, Espoo Innovation Garden
“What’s Up Ahead: Driverless Cars.” 2 Short 15 Minute Presentations with Open Audience Discussion. The European Overview on Driverless Cars: Ari Huczkowski. The American Overview: Richard Li, University of Louisville School of Engineering.
Moderator: Dawn Yankeelov, Executive Director, and President of Aspectx. Driverless Car Open Debate & Discussion with Audience.
“How to Find R&D Tax Credits for Your Company for the C-Suite Professional” | Speaker: John Rittichier, CPA, Harding, Shymanski & Company, P.S.C.