MyPhone Hack To The Future Tech Summit 2018 Day 1 Highlights

It had years in the making and just last weekend, MyPhone finally had their first tech event entitled "Hack To The Future"





It was a 2-day event happened in Green Sun Hotel in Makati. We were there at the early hours of day 1 most of the crowd attended at The Axon area were the youth mixed of students from various interests but for sure has some interest in tech.

The welcome note and keynotes were led by Mr. Kevin Tan and Mr. David S. Lim of MyPhone. Most of the discussions that we captured like Jhai Maandig and her Syuntactics journey, all about artifical intelligence (AI) by Jhonathan Howard and Robotics by Warren Gonzaga

MyPhone's own Inyi Ryuma and newly signed Kapuso artist Devon Seron were the host of the said event. In the sidelights, there were also a number of tech-related brands who supported this tech event including a free GoWiFi access. Student entrepreneurs were also in showcase with their food booths

MyPhone's first try to run a tech summit was pretty good as they also shown in via a series of livestreams in their Facebook page. What will they gonna over next year? I am hoping for more interesting topics 







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March 27, 2018

MyPhone Hack To The Future Tech Summit 2018 Day 1 Highlights

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It had years in the making and just last weekend, MyPhone finally had their first tech event entitled "Hack To The Future"





It was a 2-day event happened in Green Sun Hotel in Makati. We were there at the early hours of day 1 most of the crowd attended at The Axon area were the youth mixed of students from various interests but for sure has some interest in tech.

The welcome note and keynotes were led by Mr. Kevin Tan and Mr. David S. Lim of MyPhone. Most of the discussions that we captured like Jhai Maandig and her Syuntactics journey, all about artifical intelligence (AI) by Jhonathan Howard and Robotics by Warren Gonzaga

MyPhone's own Inyi Ryuma and newly signed Kapuso artist Devon Seron were the host of the said event. In the sidelights, there were also a number of tech-related brands who supported this tech event including a free GoWiFi access. Student entrepreneurs were also in showcase with their food booths

MyPhone's first try to run a tech summit was pretty good as they also shown in via a series of livestreams in their Facebook page. What will they gonna over next year? I am hoping for more interesting topics 







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