Only 1 more day to save on tickets to TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2019

The shot clock’s running out on serious savings to TechCrunch Sessions: Robotics + AI. You have just one more day to score an early-bird ticket and save yourself $100. Improve your ROI the easy way and buy your ticket now before the price increases.

We can’t wait to have you join us on April 18 at UC Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall. We have a jam-packed day of programming with the best and brightest minds, makers, technologists, investors and engineers in robotics and AI. We expect more than 1,000 attendees ready to share, learn, network and inspire.

We take networking at TechCrunch events very seriously, and this year we’re making it easier and more efficient than ever for you to connect with the right people. CrunchMatch (powered by Brella), is our free business match-making service that helps you find and connect with people based on specific mutual criteria, goals and interests. All ticket holders will receive an email with instructions on how to connect with the service. CrunchMatch not only takes the stress out of networking, it saves shoe leather, too.

We’ve already announced some of our incredible speakers, including Marc Raibert, Melonee Wise, Peter Barret, Anca Dragan and Ken Goldberg. And we’re thrilled that Anthony Levandowski, the co-founder and CEO of Pronto — and a pioneer in the field of autonomous vehicles — will also grace our stage.

If you’re curious about who else you’ll see, hear and meet, be sure to give our event agenda a thorough read. And who knows? We might have a few surprises left, so check back for updates.

A solo ticket isn’t the only way to experience TC Sessions: Robotics + AI. Early-stage startup founders can buy a demo table and maximize their exposure to a huge and hugely influential crowd — you get three attendee passes, too.

TechCrunch Sessions: Robotics + AI takes place at UC Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall on April 18, 2019. Don’t miss your shot — you have just one day left to buy your ticket and save $100 before the 24-hour clock runs out.