Accelerating deep tech with Ubuntu

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Presented by

Galem Kayo - Ubuntu Product Manager

About this talk

Deep tech can be characterised as risky, challenging, innovative technologies that solve real-world problems. Emerging areas of deep tech today include autonomous vehicles, Internet of Things, robots, deep learning and virtual reality as well as some underlying enabling technologies. Three attributes in particular characterise deep tech: the potential impact they can have on society, the long development time they need to reach market-readiness and the significant amount of capital required to develop and scale. Ubuntu was created from the premise that future innovation would be primarily software-driven, and that to foster innovation, it is necessary to empower innovators with free open-source software. In this webinar, we will discuss how innovators can leverage Ubuntu as a platform to realise the potential of their technology endeavors. In particular, we will address the continuum from accelerated development with Ubuntu classic, to product commercialisation and long-term support with Ubuntu Core. We will also share examples of exciting deep tech innovations that are being delivered on Ubuntu.

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