Singularity University (SU) is a global community using exponential technologies to tackle the world’s biggest challenges. SU’s learning and innovation platform empowers individuals and organizations with the mindset, skillset, and network to build breakthrough solutions that leverage emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, robotics, and digital biology. With our community of entrepreneurs, corporations, development organizations, governments, investors, and academic institutions, together the community has the necessary ingredients to create a more abundant future for all.
May 8-9, 2019 at Royal Paragon Hall
Singularity University’s Exponential Manufacturing Summit leads 500+ of the world’s brightest executives, entrepreneurs and investors. We explored how exponential technologies including artificial intelligence, additive manufacturing, exponential energy, and bio manufacturing are continually redefining the future of work, production, supply chain and design.
About The Federation
of Thai Industries (F.T.I.)
The Federation of Thai industries (F.T.I.) was established on 13 November 1967. From 2018, F.T.I. has led by Mr. Supant Mongkolsuthree, Chariman and Mr. Chaiwat Kovavisarach Vice Chairman, The Federation of Thai Industries. F.T.I. is the private sector administrative juristic person to serve as the core organization and also as the centre for all Thai industries in the kingdom. It is a non-profit organization with the main duties of promoting and supporting the industry focusing on both developing sustainable growth for all industrial operations in the country.
Young and General Industrial Innovators / Entrepreneurs
About cutting edge technologies that are set to change the way we live.
Be inspired by a brand new lineup of speakers who are experts in their fields.
Exchange ideas with fellow attendees from a variety of industries.
Discover how exponential trends can be turned into growth and positive change.
MEET STARTUPS AND ENTREPRENEURS
who are creating the technology of tomorrow.
The Exponential Manufacturing 2019 in Bangkok, Thailand will be like no conference you’ve ever attended.
Over the course of two days in May 2019, you’ll hear from world experts in exponential technologies, from Silicon Valley and beyond, and learn what the implications are for you. You’ll also discover the cutting edge of technological progress taking place right here in Bangkok Thailand.
Attending the Summit, you will get an all access pass to the 2 days Summit (May 8-9, 2019), including lunch, coffee breaks, networking, entrance to the Networking Dinner (for regular, alumni, and group tickets).
With a VIP ticket, you will get the same access as above, plus access to a seat in the VIP zone, fast-track registration, and a ticket to the Pre-Summit VIP Dinner Reception on May 7, 2019.
ROYAL PARAGON HALL
EXHIBITION & CONVENTION CENTER
The Royal Paragon Hall is located on the 5th floor of Siam Paragon Shopping Complex. It is readily and conveniently accessible from virtually all corners across Bangkok, most notably via Bangkok’s BTS sky-train system. You may also visit come to the Royal Paragon Hall by car from different directions through central Bangkok’s high-street networks.
What is Singularity University?
What is included in the ticket price?
The ticket price includes:
- Two-day access to the whole Summit, including Talks, Workshops (May 8-9, 2019), lunch, coffee break, networking and dinner on May 8.
- VIP ticket, same access as above pass, VIP seat zone, fast track registration and ticket to pre-summit VIP dinner reception on May 7, 2019
(Location is to be confirmed)
It does not include:
- Travel costs incl. taxis and parking
Do you offer discount tickets to groups?
Yes. You can find special ticket rate for 5 attendees or more in ticket section.
Can I buy a reduced price ticket just for one day?
SingularityU Thailand Summit only sells tickets for both days for the standard price.
Can I transfer my ticket to someone else?
To transfer your ticket to someone else, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org at least 2 weeks before the summit.
Distinguished Faculty, Innovation and Disruption
David Roberts is regarded as one of the world top experts on disruptive innovation and exponentially advancing technology. His passion is to help transform the lives of a billion suffering people in the world through disruptive innovation.
David served as Vice President of Singularity University and two-time Director (and alum) of the Graduate Studies Program. He is an award winning CEO and serial entrepreneur, and has started ventures backed with over $100 million of investment from Kleiner Perkins, Vinod Khosla, Cisco, Oracle, Accenture, In-Q-Tel, and others.
He is the recipient of numerous awards and medals and has led the development of some of the most complex, state-of-the art systems ever built, to include satellites, drones, and fusion centers. He also worked as an Investment Banker in the Mergers & Acquisitions Group at Goldman Sachs Headquarters. He received his B.S. in Computer Science & Engineering from M.I.T. was a Distinguished Graduate, and majored in Artificial Intelligence and Bio-Computer Engineering. He holds an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.
David is Chairman at HaloDrop, a revolutionary global drone services company, Chairman at 1QBit the world first software company for quantum computers, and is a formal adviser to Made-In Space, responsible for manufacturing the first object in Space with a 3D printer on the Space Station.
Harvard, Stanford, and Berkeley Business schools have all written and taught case studies on David leadership, management, and decision making. He has been featured on the cover of the Wall Street Journal, and in USA Today, Fortune Magazine, The New York Times, Business Week, CNN, and dozens of others. His startups have received many awards to include Internet World Net Rising Stars,Red Herring Catch, top 50 Private Companies in the World, Red Herring Top100 Private Companies in the World, USA Today Tech Reviews Best Picks, Internet Outlook Investors Choice Award, Enterprise Outlook Investors Choice, Best of the Web from PC World, and Apple Computer Premier Systems Integrator Award.
His fascination with technology began In fourth grade after building a hovering electric drone, to carry his younger sister to the bus stop, powered by what was formerly his mothervacuum cleaner, and fortunately limited by the length of an electric power cord.
Speaking link: http://vimeo.com/80885896
- AI & Robotics
Co-Chair Energy & Environmental Systems, Singularity University
Ramez Naam is a computer scientist, futurist, and award-winning author. Ramez spent 13 years at Microsoft, where he led teams developing early versions of Microsoft Outlook, Internet Explorer, and the Bing search engine. His career has focused on bringing advanced collaboration, communication, and information retrieval capabilities to roughly one billion people around the world, and took him to the role of Partner and Director of Program Management within Microsoft, with deep experience leading teams working on cutting edge technologies such as machine learning, search, massive scale services, and artificial intelligence.
Between stints at Microsoft, Ramez founded and ran Apex NanoTechnologies, the world first company devoted entirely to software tools to accelerate molecular design. He holds 19 patents related to search engines, information retrieval, web browsing, artificial intelligence, and machine learning.
Ramez is also the H.G. Wells Award-winning author of four books: The Infinite Resource: The Power of Ideas on a Finite Planet (non-fiction), which looks at the environmental and natural resource challenges of climate change, energy, water, and food, and charts a course to meet those challenges by investing in the scientific and technological innovation needed to overcome them, and by changing our policies to encourage both conservation and critical innovations.
He's a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign and the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy at Aurora Illinois. In his leisure, Ramez has climbed mountains, descended into icy crevasses, chased sharks through their native domain, backpacked through remote corners of China, and ridden his bicycle down hundreds of miles of the Vietnam coast. He lives in Seattle, where he writes and speaks full time.
- Energy and Environment
- Product Management
- User experience
- Product market fit
- Intro to Exponentials
- Exponential Organizations
Director of Design for SU Labs
Jody is the Director of Design for SU Labs, where she provides design and innovation direction for corporate, startup and field impact teams. She employs a radical approach to Human Centered Design to create exponential solutions to the world’s toughest problems. She also speaks about Augmented and Virtual Reality for SU.
In her 23-year design career, Jody has created just about everything from holograms to physical products and R&D. Today, she is Director of Design for Singularity University Labs, where she incubates solutions to Global Grand Challenges using exponential technologies. She specializes in the avant garde of technology, covering everything from Artificial Intelligence to Robotics. She’s spent the last 9 years on AR/VR, most notably as Principal Experience Designer on the HoloLens Project at Microsoft and Principal UX at LEAP Motion. She has traveled the world, speaking about the future of these technologies and their impact on the world for groups like WIRED, Google, and TEDx. Previously, she co-founded and directed Kicker Studio, a design consultancy specializing in Natural User Interface, Perceptual Computing, and R&D for companies including Intel, Samsung, Microsoft, and DARPA.
Jody is also a practicing artist with an MFA in Painting and Design & Technology from the San Francisco Art Institute. She’s a collaborator with the art crew Five Ton Crane, and in her spare time, makes her own clothes while building robots and rockets.
Director of Faculty, Development Moderator
Jeffrey Rogers is a facilitator, speaker, and program designer who creates interactive educational experiences driven by storytelling, engagement, and play. He’s an academically trained social scientist (UC Berkeley, University of Texas-Austin) with a knack for future-thinking and a deep belief in the transformative potential of exponential technologies as tools to de-risk experimentation, accelerate learning, and create change.
Jeffrey speaks frequently across the US and abroad on exponential thinking and leads workshops on creative problem solving and storytelling. He’s connected dots, ideas, and people as a moderator recently for the SU Executive Program and Exponential Tech and Strategy programs for Oracle, Google, Roche, NBC, Aegon and other global brands.
Prior to joining SU, Jeffrey spent a decade building learning and development solutions across sectors and designing and delivering award-winning educational and training programs. He currently serves as Singularity University’s Director of Faculty & Facilitator Development, working closely with our faculty to discover their unique strengths as communicators and teachers and to co-create rave-worthy, learner-centered experiences at SU and on the web worldwide.
- Intro to Exponentials
Faculty, Chair Finance & Economics
Amin is the CEO of T Labs. He was formerly the director of strategy and Vice President of Strategic Relations at Singularity University. He brings a unique set of technological, entrepreneurial and policy perspectives to the dialogue of innovation on campus.
Before Singularity, Amin founded for-profit and social impact organizations in a range of domains including: artificial intelligence, peer to peer lending, bitcoin, human rights, international development, carbon offsetting, and solar energy.
Google Search ranks him as the world's best guitar player - a title he readily rejects. In addition to his work at Singularity, he is building the World's first hedge fund for the poor, as well as Reversopedia - a reverse encyclopedia composed of things we know we don't know.
Amin has a degree in artificial intelligence from the University of British Columbia, an MBA from Stanford, and an MPA in economic policy from Harvard. He attended Harvard and Stanford concurrently and graduated an Arjay Miller Scholar.
- Adaptive Intelligence
Co-Founder & CEO of Forrge
Stacey Ferreira is the CEO of Forrge, an. On-demand labor app that allows individuals to select their own work hours at participating retailers/restaurants in their geographical area. She is also the co-author of 2 Billion Under 20: How Millennials are Breaking Down Age Barriers and Changing theWorld that is set to be published by St. Martin’s Press July 2015.
Previously, Stacey was the cofounder of MySocialCloud, an online password storage and management solution, that received $1.2M in funding from sir Richard Branson, Jerry Murdock and Alex Welch and was acquired by reputation.com in 2013.
Ferreira received the Thief Fellowship in 2015 and has been feature on and contributed to several news outlets, including the cover of Seventeen Magazine, The Huffington Post, Women 2.0, Business Insider TechCrunch, and Forbes. She has been noted by MSN as “19 Ridiculously Successful College Dropouts Who Prove You Don’t Need a College Degree.” She was named as one of the “50 Startup Founders You Need To Follow on Twitter” on Forbes, and was named by Business Insider of few “Successful College Dropouts.”
Faculty, Co-founder, Made In Space
Jason cofounded Made In Space in 2010 as a result of analyzing the best possible approaches to enabling a fully sustainable form of space colonization.
With a core focus on space manufacturing, the company has since built, flown, and operated the first and second 3D printers in space. Installed on the International Space Station (ISS), the first Made In Space Zero Gravity 3D printer began space manufacturing in November 2014. Today, Made In Space operates the second generation 3D printer on the ISS, called the Additive Manufacturing Facility, enabling groups across the planet to have hardware manufactured in space.
Additionally, Made In Space is working with NASA in the development of the Archinaut program to enable in space robotic manufacturing and assembly of large space structures. In 2016, Made In Space announced the first space mission to manufacture goods in space for use on Earth; an exotic optical fiber expected to have 100 times lower attenuation than traditional silica fiber when produced in the weightlessness of space.
Jason holds a B.S. and M.S. in aerospace engineering from the University of Central Florida, has studied at the Singularity University Graduate Summer Program, and is an internationally recognized speaker on the topics of space exploration, advanced manufacturing, and the theory of disruption.
He serves on the University of Central Florida College of Engineering and Computer Science Dean’s Advisory Board, the Advisory Council to the Waypaver Foundation, the Technical Advisory Board for Space For Humanity, and on the Board of Directors for the Future Space Leaders Foundation. In 2014, Forbes recognized Jason on the prestigious 30 under 30 list.
- 3D Printing
- Digital Fabrication
- Exponential Organizations
- Digital Manufacturing
Chief Strategy Officer at The Human Rights Foundation
Alex Gladstein is Chief Strategy Officer at the Human Rights Foundation. He has also served as Vice President of Strategy for the Oslo Freedom Forum since its inception in 2009. In his work, Alex has connected hundreds of dissidents and civil society groups with business leaders, technologists, journalists, philanthropists, policymakers and artists to promote free and open societies. Alex’s writing and views on human rights and technology have appeared in media outlets across the world, including: The Atlantic, BBC, CNN, Fast Company, The Guardian, Monocle, NowThis, NPR, Quartz, TIME, WIRED, The New Republic, and The Wall Street Journal. He has spoken at universities ranging from MIT to Stanford, presented at the European Parliament and participated in Singularity University events from Berlin to Johannesburg. He has also spoken at a range of blockchain events about why bitcoin matters for freedom.
Faculty ,Digital Manufacturing
Scott Summit founded design consultancy Summit ID in 1997, after designing for Tonic Industrial Design. He then taught design at Carnegie Mellon University and Stanford University, and continues to lecture at Singularity University. Summit founded venture-backed Bespoke Innovations in 2008, exploring how 3D scanning and 3D printing may address complex human needs, including applications in limb loss, prosthetic devices, scoliosis, and post-op bracing. Bespoke was acquired by 3D Systems in 2012, where he continues to work as Design Director, exploring new directions in 3D printing and design.
Summit holds over 25 patents in design, and has been widely published. He holds board seats at 3D printing research companies including Made In Space (space-based 3D printing) and eNable (philanthropic 3D printed prosthetic hands for children).
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May 8-9, 2019 at Royal Paragon Hall