World’s Top 50 Innovators 2019
Congratulations to our friends at NASA on the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing. Next stop Mars..!
Codex is proud to organise and stage one of the most prestigious events in the technology calendar. The World’s Top 50 Innovators 2019 will take place at the Royal Society in London from 23rd to 25th September.
Founded in 1660, the Royal Society is the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence in the world. The leading scientific lights of the past four centuries can all be found among its Fellows including: Isaac Newton, Benjamin Franklin, Charles Darwin, Albert Einstein, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Elon Musk and beyond. To be a Fellow of the Royal Society (FRS) is a recognition of eminence in scientific, engineering and other disciplines. It has some 1,400 members today, who include more than 80 Nobel Prize winners.
We have invited a stellar line up of scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs and visionaries who are moving the world forward with the power of their technologies and ideas.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to join over 1,200 CEOs and founders of the world’s most innovative companies, influential investors, and media from across the world.
Bruno Maisonnier, CEO, AnotherBrain
Will the next generation of AI fly us to the stars?
Dr. Barbara Mazzolai, Director, Micro-BioRobotics, IIT
Mark Pivac, CTO, Fastbrick Robotics
Anima Anandkumar, Director of Machine Learning Research, NVIDIA
Victor Riparbelli, CEO, Synthesia
Sir Anthony Seldon
Dr Gareth Davies, CEO, Kwiziq
Juraj Vaculik, CEO, AeroMobil
Tom Vice, CEO, Aerion Supersonic
David Keith, Chairman, Carbon Engineering
Ozgur Tohumcu, CEO, Oxbotica
Dr. Mark Bentall, COO, Corporate Technology Office, Airbus
What does the future of aviation look like?
Kenneth Mulvany, Chairman, BenevolentAI
Clive Brown, CTO, Oxford Nanopore
Robert Hariri, CEO, Celularity
Prof. Dr. Ugur Sahin, CEO, BioNTech
Bruce Schneier, Cryptographer
Katie Moussouris, CEO, Luta Security
Wendy Nather, Head Advisory, Duo Security at Cisco
How do we live securely from cradle to grave?
Martina King, CEO, Featurespace
David Excell, Founder, Featurespace
Max Amordeluso, Lead Evangelist, Amazon Alexa
How can Alexa help your grandparents?
Charbel Aoun, AI City Managing Director, NVIDIA
How can AI make cities smarter?
Andy Clark, Design Innovation Director, Oracle
René Bostic, VP Innovation and New Technologies, IBM
How can Cryptographic Anchors tie together the logical and physical provenance of blockchain assets?
Adam Jacoby, Founder, MiVote
Christine Spiten, Co-Founder, Blueye Robotics
Will Eaves, Winner Wellcome Book Prize 2019
Bernard Marr, Author and Futurist
Professor Steve Fuller, University of Warwick
Nell Watson, Faculty, Singularity University, Chairman, EthicsNet
How can technology help build trust and better societies?