The Future of Autonomous Transportation with Dan Burstein & Rhonda Binda (NYC 11/29)
RobotLab is pleased to host an evening focusing on autonomous vehicles, smart cities and the future of society with Dan Burstein & Rhonda Binda.
Dan is a partner of Millennium Technology Value Partners. Dan is also a prolific writer of 14 NY Times best selling books about technology trends, global economic issues, and popular culture.
Rhonda Binda is VP Policy for Venture Smarter and serves as the Executive Director of Regional Smart Cities Initiatives. She formerly served as Deputy Director for the U.S. Department of State’s Global Intergovernmental Affairs Division in the Office of the Secretary, and in the West Wing of the White House under two administrations, respectively. In between her tours with the government, Rhonda practiced technology and telecommunications law with Alston & Bird, LLP.
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