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16 events for technologists and entrepreneurs in June

Start your summer with a full calendar of virtual and IRL gatherings, from skill-building seminars to parties and networking.

A Tech Council of Delaware event. (Courtesy Tech Council of Delaware)

The organizations appearing in this article are Technical.ly clients.

As the weather warms, activity in the tech community is heating up.

With dozens of orgs planning events in the next few weeks, it’s a great time to get out and mingle with colleagues (or stay cool inside while tuning into a webinar). If your schedule is looking more crowded than a beach on the weekend, don’t sweat — this rundown can help you figure out where to plant your umbrella.

Whether you’re curious about the latest developments in AI, want to stay up on industry regulations and best practices, looking for leadership guidance or just trying to expand your network, there’s a variety of virtual and IRL events throughout the mid-Atlantic this month.

Take a look at the listings below and check out the Technical.ly company directory for more info on these orgs, and for more local tech community events (or to promote your own), visit Technical.ly’s new Events board.

Wednesday, June 5

  • Driving Discovery: Leveraging Industry Partnerships — “Join us for a compelling 90-minute webinar hosted by the Federal Laboratory Consortium and spearheaded by TEDCO’s Director of Federal Programs and DefTech’s Principal Investigator (PI), Kimberly Mozingo. This session, moderated by the DefTech PI, aims to bridge the gap between federal lab researchers and the businesses in advanced technology sectors. Discover the untapped potential of industry collaborations as we explore the mechanisms and benefits of partnering with businesses.” Hosted by TEDCO.
  • AI in Employment Decisions: Navigating New Legal Challenges and Best Practices in the United States — “Artificial intelligence provides employers with significant benefits while also creating new legal complications. This presentation covers new proposed legislation and recent guidance, regulations, and litigation concerning the use of AI in employment decisions and offers practical guidance to help employers navigate this rapidly changing area.” Hosted by Morgan Lewis.

Thursday, June 6

  • Coded by Kids 10 Year Anniversary — “Join us in celebrating a decade of Coded by Kids on June 6th! This unique come-as-you-are event breaks from traditional formal gatherings, inviting you to enjoy a relaxed, fun-filled evening honoring Philadelphia’s future tech innovators. Experience an atmosphere rich with creativity and innovation as we celebrate ten years of empowering young minds through technology and coding education.” Hosted by Coded by Kids.
  • C-Suite Skills for Startup Founders — “Being a founder goes beyond creating groundbreaking innovation. You also need to do continuous customer discovery, build out a trusted network, create a meaningful culture with an incredible team, operate with agility and excellence, and manage your burn rate (to name a few). And if you’re a healthcare founder, add in navigating the complexities of a healthcare system. In this series we host a vetted expert for a deep dive into strategies and insights that will enable your startup to scale sustainably and elevate your leadership. C-Suite Skills for Startup Founders will transform your approach and prepare you for the challenges of the C-Suite.” Hosted by University City Science Center.

Friday, June 7

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Monday, June 10

  • Key Considerations for Evaluating an AI Vendor — “This presentation will include colleagues from Thompson Reuters and provide advice on evaluating a vendor’s technology expertise, support services, and transparency, among other factors, to mitigate the risks posed by acquiring the vendor’s artificial intelligence (AI) services while maximizing the value of the business’s investment in AI infrastructure, products, and services.” Hosted by Morgan Lewis.

Wednesday, June 12

  • NEXT Partner Webinar: How to Get Government Non-Dilutive Funding — “The webinar is designed to educate participants about the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. These programs aim to fund small businesses and research institutions to develop innovative technologies that could benefit the federal government, particularly in national security. The webinar also explores strategies for bridging the ‘Valley of Death’ in government innovation, effectively navigating the bureaucratic and financial challenges that often hinder government-related innovation projects.” Hosted by NEXT powered by Shulman Rogers.
  • Navigating AI Regulation in the US, EU, and UK: What’s Next for the Industry Using AI? — “With the US government’s recent executive order on AI, new regulations on the horizon in California, the EU’s AI Act, and related UK developments, companies face new regulatory challenges with respect to artificial intelligence (AI). This webinar will provide a comparative guide through the transatlantic regulatory landscape to help companies developing or using AI to evaluate risk-appropriate compliance solutions.” Hosted by Morgan Lewis.

Thursday, June 13

Tuesday, June 18

  • Intelligent Management of Artificial Intelligence — “Join us as we delve into the intricate landscape of artificial intelligence (AI) in information governance and discovery, exploring top-of-mind issues such as data privacy, algorithmic bias, risk mitigation, and regulatory compliance. We will discuss the evolving ethical considerations surrounding the adoption of AI, offering insights into best practices for companies navigating this complex terrain while highlighting the opportunities and challenges posed by AI technologies.” Hosted by Morgan Lewis.

Wednesday, June 19

  • PitchMasters — “At this virtual, workshop-style event, companies seeking to become ‘pitch-perfect’ will present their investor decks to the group and receive feedback to help refine their pitch before they go in front of investors. This is a great opportunity for companies to get ready for that ‘ask.’ Founders receive 6 minutes to pitch and 5 minutes of feedback.” Hosted by NEXT powered by Shulman Rogers.

Thursday, June 20

  • Digital Health Privacy: It’s Complicated — “This session will provide an overview of the increasingly complex framework of privacy laws and regulations applicable to digital health companies, including older laws such as HIPAA and Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act (FTC Act) and newer laws such as the California Consumer Privacy Act and Washington’s My Health My Data Act.” Hosted by Morgan Lewis.

Tuesday, June 25 + Wednesday, June 26

  • Tech Ecosystem Conference — “The Tech Council of Delaware is excited to host the second annual Tech Ecosystem Conference! This two-day event brings together Tech Council of Delaware tech enthusiasts, start-up leaders, industry stakeholders, and members who have been participating on a respective tech ecosystem committee including the Tech Leaders Roundtable, Tech Talent & Workforce Committee, Tech Community Partners Collaborative, Tech Professionals Network, and the Diverse Tech Entrepreneurs Committee.” Hosted by Tech Council of Delaware.

Thursday, June 27

Friday, June 28

Looking to engage more with the tech community? Explore the Technical.ly company directory to learn about who’s making moves in your local ecosystem and the Technical.ly Events board to find opportunities to connect.

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Companies: Tech Council of Delaware / NEXT powered by Shulman Rogers / Coded by Kids / TEDCO / Ballard Spahr / Morgan Lewis / University City Science Center

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