Spring 2018 MONage Line-Up Announced, Experts to Convene to Unlock the Mysteries of Blockchain, AI, Chatbots, Conversational Interfaces and Cryptocurrency

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Leaders Including Jeremiah Owyang, Noah Rafalko, Sudha Jamthe, Lauren Kunze, Ryan Karnas, Rachel Batish, Adelyn Zhou, Doug Robinson, and Ilan Kasan to Delve Into Next Generation Platforms and Applications at The Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA on April 17-19, 2018

MONage, the forum for next generation conversational interfaces and technologies, announced today the third in a series of MONage community conferences to be held on April 17-19, 2018 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View. Founded by Jeff Pulver, the purpose of MONage is to produce local and global events for members to connect and build relationships around topics and technologies including AI, Conversational Interfaces, Chatbots, Blockchain, and Messaging.

“Today, I am pleased to be running a new event. It is a full-circle moment, stemming from the roots of VON, called MONage - Age of Messaging on the Net,” says Jeff Pulver, founder of VON and MONage. “We are looking at the platforms and people that make chatbots, messaging as a platform, messaging as a service, and the evolution of conversational web tools possible.”

"We are honored to be a lead sponsor of the MONage conference where we can collaborate with top minds on the future of messaging, chatbots, blockchain and communications," said Noah Rafalko, founder and CEO of Midori Interactive. “While we at Midori Interactive have much to share, we're also excited to learn additional ways that we can help our customers develop new revenue streams and improve customer service using new and interactive messaging solutions."

Attendees will hear from experts on a wide variety of topics during all three segments of the agenda, over the three day period including: Message Security, Machine Learning, Blockchain, IoT, Cognitive AI, Regulations & Security Measures, Chatbots & Human Interfaces, Design Principles, and more.

A full list of MONage speakers can be found here: https://spring2018monage.sched.com/directory/speakers

The three-day event is broken into three tracks including the Chatbot Summit to take place on Tuesday, April 17th prior to the main MONage conference, which runs April 17-19. Discounted tickets are still available - Use code ‘300’ for tickets to MONage, for Spring 2018, and Chatbot Summit.

April 17: Chatbot Summit: Totally focused on all things chatbots? This day is for you.

TICKETS:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/monage-chatbot-summit-tickets-43334845690

April 17-19: MONage Main: The place where people who are interested in the future of the Conversational Web join together and explore.

TICKETS:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/spring-2018-monage-tickets-39413588103

ABOUT MONage | @monageconf
Twenty years into the Internet Communications Revolution, Jeff Pulver saw a shift happening once again. This time the shift happened from the continued evolution of Internet Communications, AI and Computing. In May 2016, the MONage conferences were envisioned and the first event took place in Boston in September 2016. The second event took place in March 2017 in San Jose. The third event was in Boston at the Boston Public Library. MONage has become the place where people who are interested in the future of the Conversational Web join together and explore. MONage returns to Silicon Valley in 2018 on April 17-19 at the Computer History Museum with 100+ speakers expected.

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