The Charles W. Davidson College of Engineering will present the Silicon Valley Leaders Symposium again this fall with seven speakers visiting San Jose State University. The first event in the series will be Sept. 26, with David Zhou sharing insights on artificial intelligence (AI). Zhou is the head of product for autonomous driving for Baidu, a Chinese multinational company.
Since Fall 2002, the Charles W. Davidson College of Engineering has hosted the Silicon Valley Leaders Symposium (SVLS). The Symposium hosts industry and technology leaders to talk about business and technology trends. It also features prominent leaders who discuss broader societal and political issues that shape our life and society.
Each talk talks place on Thursdays from noon to 1 p.m. in Engineering 189.
The fall 2019 lineup includes:
David Zhou, Head of Product for Autonomous Driving
Patricia Backer, Professor of Technology
Global Technology Institute Program
Auston Davis, Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer
Mahesh Kamat, Chief Architect of DPD Appliance Engineer and Senior Distinguished Engineer
Eric Law, Senior Director of Innovation and Technology
Sylvia Flores, CEO
Matthew Trowbridge, Vice President of Marketing