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NASA talks living on the moon at Dublin Tech Summit Virtual

Written by Robert McHugh, on 21st Jun 2021. Posted in Technology

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NASA’s Chief Technologist took to the Horizon Stage at Dublin Tech Summit Virtual yesterday to talk about the Artemis Programme and the future of living on the Moon. 
 
Over 5,000 attendees turned out yesterday for the second virtual summit which focused on tech, cybersecurity, digital transformation, entrepreneurship, investment and more. The summit brought together business leaders, experts and world-renowned speakers to discuss the current tech environment. 

Dublin Tech Summit began in 2017 and has grown significantly with each successive year. This year’s virtual event gave fans and professionals direct insight into industry experts and leaders on a global landscape. The Artemis Programme was top of the agenda for Dr. Douglas Terrier, Chief Technologist of NASA, at the Summit. Along with discussing the programme, Dr. Terrier touched on sustainable exploration and the future of living on the Moon and Mars, and how close they are to that becoming a reality. 

Other speakers at the Dublin Tech Summit Virtual included:
Michele Romanow, President and Co-founder of Clearco (formerly Clearbanc)
Nikolay Storonsky, Founder & CEO of Revolut
Ian Tien, Founder & CEO of Mattermost
Dr. Douglas Terrier, Chief Technologist of NASA
Sten Garmark, Vice President, Consumer Experience at Spotify
Chris Slowe, CTO, Reddit
Allison Miller, CISO, Reddit
Mike Fisher, CTO, Etsy
Harry Moseley, Global CIO of Zoom Video Communications
VV Brown, Singer-Songwriter and Record Producer
Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau, CEO & Publisher of MIT Technology Review

 
Speaking about the second Dublin Tech Summit Virtual, Managing Director, Tracey Carney said, "What a fantastic virtual event. I’m very proud of what the team behind DTS have delivered in spite of the challenges. Not only have we survived, we are now thriving, as showcased by the calibre of speakers, thought leaders and partners who have supported today’s event. Attracting 5,000 attendees highlights the impact, growth and strength of the Dublin Tech Summit across the world, with so many people engaged. As a result of this success, we’re going global and are launching the London Tech Summit which will take place in December 2021."

Source: www.businessworld.ie 

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