Collision 2019

Collision is the fastest-growing tech conference in North America. Now in its fifth year, Collision has grown to over 25,000 attendees. Following the lead of our European event Web Summit, Collision has become a crossroads for the world’s largest buyers and sellers of technology, alongside many of the world’s most disruptive emerging technology companies.

As a media partner, The Walrus will be featuring video on demand from the conference in this space for the next month.

Video on Demand

Petabytes are the new terabytes

Brian Carmody

Storing the data that comes with digital transformation initiatives is expensive. Brian Carmody, CTO of Infinidat, will tell you how to store more using machine learning and AI to drive cost out of the storage infrastructure.

Snap’s vision for the camera

Eitan Pilipski and Steve Kovach

The democratization of augmented reality is throttling innovation and its widespread adoption. In this talk, Eitan Pilipski outlines the vision for a future where computing is no longer confined to a screen in our hand, it’s overlaid on the world around us.

A new era of entrepreneurship

Jessie Reyez, Lindsey Turrentine & Michelle Zatlyn

Two prominent industry figures, one in tech, the other in music discuss what they learned and how to trail-blaze your way to make your vision a reality.

Hollywood and Houseplant: Creativity in business & entertainment

Seth Rogen

Actor, writer, and producer Seth Rogen sheds light on the years of experience and dedication that have resulted in Houseplant, his homegrown recreational cannabis brand.

Angela Misri is the digital director at The Walrus, and has worked at The Banff Centre and the CBC. She has written about technology and women in technology for The Walrus, the Globe and Mail, CBC Radio, and many other publications.