Google Cloud’s CEO will discuss AI at TechCrunch Disrupt 2023 – AI is unquestionably the most important subject in technology this year. It’s all over the place, especially, one could argue, in the cloud. And if you’re going to talk about AI on the cloud, it’s difficult to think of a better candidate than Thomas Kurian, CEO of Google Cloud.
Techcrunch is excited that Kurian will join them on the AI Stage on September 20 at TechCrunch Disrupt 2023 in San Francisco, which has been scheduled to run from September 19-21.
Google Cloud launched a slew of AI-related products this month at Cloud Next, its annual partner and developer conference, including bespoke processors, generative AI tools for developers and security teams, and an expanded AI assistant across Google Workspace.
But Kurian’s talk at Disrupt is about more than just items on display. It will discuss Kurian’s massive bet on AI and his aim to develop an open ecosystem of AI partners, as well as a sneak peek at what’s next for Google Cloud and AI in general.
Plan to follow, attend, or make provisions to hear what Kurian has to say at the event this month. Techcrunch is looking forward to her it all.
A Little About Thomas Kurian
Thomas Kurian joined Google in 2019 after 22 years at Oracle, where he most recently served as president of product development. He formerly worked as a business analyst and engagement manager at McKinsey. Kurian’s nearly 30 years of expertise have given him in-depth knowledge of engineering, business relationships, and large-organization leadership.
Kurian graduated with honors from Princeton University with a BSEE in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and an MBA in Administration and Management from Stanford University. He is on the Advisory Councils of Stanford Graduate School of Business and Princeton University School of Engineering.
TechCrunch Disrupt 2023 is set to take place in San Francisco from September 19-21. You can save $400 if you Purchase your pass today before prices increase.