Metaverse 101
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How It Works and What It Means For Businesses And Investors

About the Event


The world’s global tech giants, Apple, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Pixar and others all think the Metaverse is the next big thing. And so should you. As a platform to connect the virtual and physical worlds in 3D, this will be the internet’s biggest transformation since its invention.

Join Force Family Office as we host a panel discussion with leaders from companies that are laying the foundation for the Metaverse:

  • Jason Southern, Head of Segment for Professional Visualization & Virtualization for NVIDIA
  • Kevin Smith, Chief Technology Officer, EscherCloud
  • Benny Willem, CEO, Cloudalize

This wide-ranging discussion will cover the difference between the consumer and enterprise metaverse, how digital twins – clones of real world objects and systems – can create value for companies, and the role A.I. will play in Metaverse marketplaces.

Join this panel discussion to learn about the Metaverse and the opportunities it will create for businesses and investors alike.

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