Silicon Valley has produced three incredible generations of technology -- semiconductors, personal computers, and the Internet. We know Silicon Valley version 4.0 is coming our way. But what will it be? Will it be nano? Bio? The Internet 2? The re-emergence of eCommerce? Or something else? How will the fuel of innovation -- venture capital funding -- and the IPO models of the past change for version 4.0?
Churchill Club and Garage Technology Ventures are partnering to bring together key Silicon Valley thought-leaders to discuss and debate these very questions at Silicon Valley 4.0: The Future of the Future, a full-day conference on Tuesday, October 7, 2003, at the new Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA.
Silicon Valley 4.0 is a conference with a new attitude: optimistic and confident in the Valley's future. Silicon Valley 4.0 is designed to be a unique gathering of industry leaders past, present and future who will explore the "next big thing" - prognosticating what it will be, who it will come from, how it will be financed, and how it will be different than the "last big thing." Silicon Valley 4.0 will also feature several "cool stuff" demonstrations so you can take a peek into the future.
Added by ujiin on September 22, 2003