Scott Amyx received a standing ovation for his 2017 TEDx talk on Strive: How Doing the Things Most Uncomfortable Leads to Success.
He was voted Top 10 Global Speakers by Speaking.com and keynotes at major international conferences and Fortune 500 companies.
Scott has delivered keynote speeches and presentations to audiences at TEDx, European Commission, World Economic Forum, ITU Telecom World (United Nations), International CES, Internet of Things World, IoT Asia, M2M Summit, Smart IoT London, Internet of Things Security, Wearable Technologies Conference, IBM Insight, IBM Amplify, IBM Watson IoT, IBM InterConnect, AMEX, PTC, Coca Cola, Cloud Expo Europe, Cloud & DevOps World, KAIST, Samsung SDS, ArabNet Dubai & Riyadh, Internet Summit, Global Big Data, JCK Las Vegas, Customer Service Experience, IN3 Medical Device 360 Summit, Razorfish Tech Summit, Location & Context World, Wearables TechCon, K-Global Startup, and more
About Scott Amyx
Managing Partner at Amyx Ventures, CEO at Amyx+, TEDx, Tribeca Fellow, Singularity University, Smart City Accelerator, EU, UN, IBM IoT Futurist, Wiley Author, TechCrunch, Winner of Innovation Awards, Global IoT Thought Leader
- IBM IoT Futurist
- Tribeca Disruptor Foundation Fellow
- Singularity University/ Smart City Accelerator Mentor
- National Sloan Fellow/ Woodrow Wilson Fellow
- Voted Top IoT Influencer by Skyhook
- Voted Top IoT Rockstar by HP Enterprise
- Voted Top IoT Influencer by Inc. Magazine
- Voted Top Global IoT Expert by Postscapes
- Voted Top IoT Expert by Onalytica (2016, 2017)
- Voted Top in the Business of IoT by Relayr (2016, 2017)
- Voted Top IoT Authority by the Internet of Things Institute
- Featured as a Top Internet of Things Company by Postscapes
- Voted Most Influential in Smart Cities and IIoT by Right Relevance
- Winner of the Cloud & DevOps World Award for Most Innovative Vendor
- Awarded 50 Most Impactful Smart Cities Leaders by World CSR Congress
Scott Amyx is the Chair & Managing Partner at Amyx Ventures and Singularity University/ Smart City Accelerator Mentor and Startup Board Member. Scott is a Tribeca Disruptor Foundation Fellow, a disruptive innovation awards program of Tribeca Film Festival. He is a TEDx speaker on disruption and success. Scott is a thought leader, speaker, and author on the Internet of Things and the Fourth Industrial Revolution and winner of the Cloud & DevOps World Award for Most Innovative and was voted Top Global IoT Influencer & Expert by Inc. Magazine, HP Enterprise, Postscapes, Top IoT Authority by the Internet of Things Institute, and Top 10 Global Speakers by Speaking.com. Scott has been nominated to the World Economic Forum as a committee member for the Future of the Internet. The Republic of Korea nominated Scott to represent cutting-edge research and case studies on the Internet of Things at the ITU Telecom World, United Nations. Sovereignties, governments, multinationals, and international consulting and research firms look to Scott for unrivaled insights and pulse on the changing emerging technology landscape.
Scott’s feature Wiley book Strive is available for pre-order. Find out how doing the things most uncomfortable leads to success. Pioneering thought leader Scott Amyx shows anyone striving to succeed, regardless of who or where we are, what we do or have done for a living, or how young or old we are, that the secret to outstanding achievement is not talent but doing the things uncomfortable he calls “strive”. Drawing on his own powerful story of an impoverished immigrant frequently told that he would mount to nothing, Amyx, now a celebrated venture capitalist and futurist, describes his meteoric rise from obscurity to prominence, which led to the hypothesis that what really drives success is not intellect, opportunities or even network but pursuing personal change that’s uncomfortable. In this book, Scott takes readers into his defining life moments and stories from some of the most unlikely individuals who persevered through change to become outrageously successful. He also mines fascinating insights from history and shows what can be gleaned from modern experiments in high performance. Finally, he shares what he’s learned from interviewing dozens of high achievers—from corporate CEOs, unicorn startup entrepreneurs to global policy leaders. Strive shows how you can shape your life and your career, a life of fulfillment and joy, constantly creative and productive, one that always holds the possibility of delightful surprise.
Scott’s second feature book The Human Race: How Humans Can Survive in the Robotic Age is scheduled to come out in late 2018/ early 2019. Scott explores the imminent net job loss from artificial intelligence, robotics, and the Fourth Industrial Revolution and its impact on income inequality and rise in populism and nationalism that are sweeping across the globe. He explores the advantages and disadvantages of basic universal income. Scott emphasizes the need to pursue job training and labor force development in human to human services that leverage our ability to empathize with the human condition. The empathy business models and services will become the bedrock of post Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Scott has been featured on New York Times, TIME, Forbes, The Washington Post, WIRED, TechCrunch, Inc., Pew Research, Chicago Tribune, InformationWeek, Forrester, Gigaom, ReadWrite, Shots Magazine, Business News Daily, IBM Big Data & Analytics, Intel, Geektime, Examiner, TechBeacon, EE Times, IEEE, El País, Costco Magazine, and television and radio programs. He has spoken or scheduled to speak at TED, European Commission, World Economic Forum, ITU Telecom World (United Nations), International CES, Internet of Things World, IoT Asia, M2M Summit, Smart IoT London, Internet of Things Security, Wearable Technologies Conference, IBM Insight, IBM Amplify, IBM Watson IoT, IBM InterConnect, Cloud Expo Europe, Cloud & DevOps World, KAIST, Samsung SDS, ArabNet Dubai & Riyadh, Internet Summit, Global Big Data, JCK Las Vegas, Customer Service Experience, IN3 Medical Device 360 Summit, Razorfish Tech Summit, Location & Context World, Wearables TechCon, K-Global Startup, and more. Scott is the co-author of Internet of Things and Data Analytics Handbook, an academic publication by John Wiley and Sons and The Advances in Information Security, Privacy, & Ethics (AISPE) Book Series: Managing Security Issues and the Hidden Dangers of Wearable Technologies, an academic publication by IGI Global.
Scott has over 19 years of large-scale strategy and implementation experience, managing double digit million dollar projects across multiple verticals. In his last corporate position as VP of Product Management, Scott helped the company be acquired by a Fortune 500 publicly traded company. Scott has also started numerous startups and successfully sold a company.
Scott has a master’s degree in applied microeconomics/ public policy from the University of Chicago. Scott was a national Sloan Fellow at Carnegie Mellon University.
Speaking Fee Range
$20,000 – $40,000 USD
New York City
- TED: https://www.ted.com/profiles/5517138
- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottamyx
- Twitter: @AmyxIoT
- Speech Videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNnVp5hGUCRoY-XpPDoGPMA
- Website: https://scottamyx.com/
- Strive: How Doing the Things Most Uncomfortable Leads to Success
- The Human Race: How Humans Can Survive in the Robotic Age
- Internet of Things and Data Analytics Handbook
- The Advances in Information Security, Privacy, & Ethics Book Series: Managing Security Issues and the Hidden Dangers of Wearable Technologies
Television interview on quantum computing: https://youtu.be/MC86T5HvwEw
Interview at CRM Evolution: https://youtu.be/dkDCg8bwOlo?t=9
Interview on Thoughtful China, Shanghai: https://youtu.be/jBjABn_jkHI?t=3
Interview on the Cube at IBM: https://youtu.be/g8ef91okqAE?t=47
Speech on quantum computing in Vienna: https://youtu.be/TjMC9Yujq1U
Speech on industry building and jobs: https://youtu.be/4SPpF3n3CF8?t=9
Speech on brain computer interface: https://youtu.be/TE5x131Qnqw
Speech on decentralized computing at IBM: https://youtu.be/-0Gan-oCJMM
Speech on transhumanism and superhumans: https://youtu.be/SjVGjZW9bPQ?t=45
Speech on affective computing and IoT-based marketing at Coca Cola: https://youtu.be/Gr66F28TeOo?t=88
Speech on smart cities in Dubai: https://youtu.be/9FCxf5-Xw_Q?t=1376
Speech on the Internet of Things: https://youtu.be/qWdjpSZUT4c?t=57
Speech at Startup Academy on agent of disruption: https://youtu.be/_-7KxJOhL24?t=45
Speech on the Internet of Things and why now: https://youtu.be/hBZEQWAQp5c?t=231
- Innovation & Creativity
- Future/ New Technologies/ Futurist
- Venture Capital
- Strategy & Execution
- Science & Technology
- Leadership Skills
- Marketing & Communication
- Economics & Economic Development
- Public Policy
- Fourth Industrial Revolution
- Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Neural Networks, Deep Learning
- Machine Learning Ethics
- Data Analytics, Predictive Analytics, Prescriptive Analytics, Cognitive Intelligence
- Robotics, Drones
- Cyborgs, Transhumanism, Mind-uploading, Immortality, Singularity
- Internet of Things, Industrial Internet of Things
- Autonomous Vehicles
- Robotic Process Automation
- Augmented Reality/ Virtual Reality/ Mixed Reality
- Smart Cities, Smart Building
- Connected Homes
- Human Computer Interface, Natural Language Processing/ Speech-Based, Gesture-Based Interface, Brain Computer Interface
- Cloud Computing
- Quantum Computing
- Cybersecurity, AI Cybersecurity, Quantum Cybersecurity, Quantum Key Distribution
- Nanotechnology, Graphene
- Renewable Energy, Wireless Power Transfer, Next-Gen Batteries
- Decentralized Networks & Computing, Wireless Sensor Networks, Peer-to-Peer
- Nuclear Fusion
- Blockchain, Bitcoins, Initial Coin Offering
- Intergalactic Space Travel
Suggested Keynote Speeches & Programs
Scott’s feature Wiley book Strive is scheduled to come out in late 2017/ early 2018. Find out how doing the things most uncomfortable leads to success. Pioneering thought leader Scott Amyx shows anyone striving to succeed, regardless of who or where we are, what we do or have done for a living, or how young or old we are, that the secret to outstanding achievement is not talent but doing the things uncomfortable he calls “strive”.
Drawing on his own powerful story of an impoverished immigrant frequently told that he would mount to nothing, Amyx, now a celebrated venture capitalist and futurist, describes his meteoric rise from obscurity to prominence, which led to the hypothesis that what really drives success is not intellect, opportunities or even network but pursuing personal change that’s uncomfortable. In this book, Scott takes readers into his defining life moments and stories from some of the most unlikely individuals who persevered through change to become outrageously successful. He also mines fascinating insights from history and shows what can be gleaned from modern experiments in high performance.
Finally, he shares what he’s learned from interviewing dozens of high achievers—from corporate CEOs, unicorn startup entrepreneurs to global policy leaders. Strive shows how you can shape your life and your career, a life of fulfillment and joy, constantly creative and productive, one that always holds the possibility of delightful surprise.
(BOOK) The Human Race: How Humans Can Survive in the Robotic Age
Scott’s second feature book The Human Race: How Humans Can Survive in the Robotic Age is scheduled to come out in 2018. Scott explores the imminent net job loss from artificial intelligence, robotics, and the Fourth Industrial Revolution and its impact on income inequality and rise in populism and nationalism that are sweeping across the globe. He explores the advantages and disadvantages of basic universal income.
Scott emphasizes the need to pursue job training and labor force development in human to human services that leverage our ability to empathize with the human condition. The empathy business models and services will become the bedrock of post Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Expected in late 2018/ early 2019.
How Your Country Can Lead the Fourth Industrial Revolution
The World Economic Forum predicts that the Internet of Things will usher in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Analysts forecasts between 34 – 50 billion devices will be connected to the Internet by 2020. In economic terms, nearly $6 trillion will be spent on IoT solutions over the next five years. There are many reasons for adopting IoT, including 1) lowering operating costs, 2) increasing productivity, and 3) expanding to new markets or developing new product offerings.
In his presentation, Scott Amyx provides an overview of the Fourth Industrial Revolution opportunity, quantifiable benefits for businesses and governments, and the role of the public-private-startup ecosystem to help stimulate broad-based adoption of Industry 4.0.
How to Transform a Nation
How to build a Fourth Industrial Revolution-driven nation to spur sustainable economic growth, to build new industries, to create jobs, and to raise the human capital of local citizens.
The World Economic Forum’s survey gives us hints on when the future will have arrived. When we have robotic pharmacists, when our clothes are Internet connected to when AI is seating on the Board of Directors. These disruptions cannot be stopped. It represents rapid and unstoppable evolution in the human innovation curve. With this massive automation and intelligence, many will lose their jobs — a net 7% of U.S. jobs by 2025.
So how can a nation instead of being disrupted become the disruptor?
Scott Amyx shares a is framework for transforming a nation. In his presentation, Scott shares the role of futurism, R&D, experimentation, investment, implementation, and knowledge transfer in the transformation of a nation.
Are You Ready for Disruption?
How do you turn disruption Into innovation? In PwC’s Annual Global CEO Survey, 62% expressed concern about the impact of disruption in their industry. Disruption is coming from all direction — from the Internet of Things, blockchain cryptography, AI/ machine learning, data analytics, decentralized computing to changes in consumer behavior.
According to an Accenture study of 1,000 large enterprises, big companies struggle with innovation. The biggest barrier is not a lack of vision but because, by definition, big companies are mature. Organizational structures and processes are in place to guide the company towards efficiency. Seasoned managers steer their employees from pursuing the art of discovery and towards engaging in the science of delivery. Employees are taught to seek efficiencies, leverage existing assets, and listen to their best customers. Such practices and policies ensure that executives can consistently deliver positive earnings to Wall Street, but they also minimize the types and scale of innovation that can be pursued successfully within an organization. No company ever created transformational growth by doing what they do a tiny bit better and a tiny bit cheaper.
The biggest barrier is not a lack of vision but because, by definition, big companies are mature. Organizational structures and processes are in place to guide the company towards efficiency. Seasoned managers steer their employees from pursuing the art of discovery and towards engaging in the science of delivery. Employees are taught to seek efficiencies, leverage existing assets, and listen to their best customers. Such practices and policies ensure that executives can consistently deliver positive earnings to Wall Street, but they also minimize the types and scale of innovation that can be pursued successfully within an organization. No company ever created transformational growth by doing what they do a tiny bit better and a tiny bit cheaper.
Realize the Promise of Digital Transformation Through Robotic Process Automation, the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence
“Organizations today are under incredible pressure to innovate, reduce costs, and increase revenue and market share. And that pressure is coming from all direction. CEO turnover has reached a record high. In 2015, 17% of the globe’s largest public companies saw their CEO leave, which is more than in any of the previous 15 years. Enterprises are confronted with significant pressures to embrace and optimize digital transformation; otherwise, they risk becoming commoditized and losing market share. Matter of fact there is even a metric called the digital quotient that scores the digital maturity of a company. Digitization gives organizations a major leg up. It enables you to use and manage your assets, processes and labor more efficiently to increase productivity and output.
The Power of 3: Robotic Process Automation, the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence
Rather than thinking of AI, the Internet of Things and robotic process automation as separate, distinct technologies, we need to recognize that they work together. The Internet of Things quantifies your value chain and provides real-time data. This data is then used by AI to generate predictive insights. Supporting your business processes, including IoT and AI activities, is the robotic process automation that automates your business tasks and activities to accelerate your digital transformation. “
Exponential Disruption: Is Your Organization Ready for the Era of Human-Machine Innovation?
Scott Amyx explores exponential technologies that have the potential to transform human society in ways we can’t imagine. From cloud computing to quantum computing, speech interface to brain computer interface, conventional materials to graphene, oil & gas to nuclear fusion, robots to transhumanoids, we are embarking in an uncharted era of human-machine innovation. How can companies ready themselves? Or is your business at risk from advances in technology? If your company is not embracing technological change, it may be in danger of becoming obsolete.
The Future of Human Intelligence
Singularity University founder Ray Kurzweil predicts that AI will exceed human intelligence by 2029. That’s much sooner than he’s prior prediction of 2045. So the question is what do we do, so we’re not left behind?
So how can we ensure that we are not left behind by machines? Brain computer interface may help. Traditionally, this type of technology has been used to help people with dementia, strokes, and brain injuries.
But now startups such as Neuralink and Kernel are developing ultra high bandwidth brain-machine interface to measure the activity of neurons. They envision a network of tiny electrodes linked to your brain that can communicate wirelessly with the world. The Internet of Humans. The technology could enhance memory and cognitive powers and make it possible to translate your thoughts into text, images or commands.
How Quantum Computing Will Reshape Society
Scott Amyx explores strategic opportunities in quantum computing and how it can give human innovation a leap like never seen before. Scott expounds on the possibilities, current limitations, and breakthroughs needed to reach a state practical for the industry at large. He also presents implications of quantum computing to business models, cybersecurity, privacy, computation, communication, networking, AI, decentralization, and the speed of innovation.
How to Innovate & Execute in the Internet of Things
Scott Amyx explores how to successfully innovate and execute in the Internet of Things.
By understanding what your organization does best, you can make well-informed decisions about how the IoT can fit in with your business. Core competencies create part of the framework for your IoT solution and support its eventual growth. Identifying your company’s core strengths is as easy as answering three questions: What can your company do that your competitors cannot easily copy or acquire? Do these strengths allow you to develop new products/services, as well as access potential markets? Do your strengths make a real contribution to your end product or service?
Disruption from Exponential Technologies
Disruption is a great term, as long as it’s being applied to your competitors and not your firm. When blockchain began to show tremendous promise, from trustless transactions to making data more secure, startups jumped at the opportunity to use the technology to potentially displace core banking and capital market functions. Blockchain contains the seeds of the destruction for many established players in the financial services industry, since it does everything from allowing parties to draw up secure contracts and storing sensitive information to transferring money safely—all without the aid of an intermediary. There is (understandably) less excitement in the financial industry with businesses like public blockchain-based bitcoins and peer-to-peer lending, which allows users to send money to each other….for free or nearly free. FinTech and the Internet of Things (IoT) are creating disruption in other areas, as well: FinTech is expected to eliminate 2 million bank jobs and the Internet of Things is expected to disrupt almost everything. Current trends in FinTech are being driven by tech startups that aim to disrupt fundraising, mobile payments, money transfers, loans, and resource management. The Internet of Things and artificial intelligence (AI) are forcing leaders to take a hard look at business models and core competencies. FinTech and IoT are threatening to displace “cash cows” and prominent brands. Have you positioned your company to take advantage of the $22.3 billion opportunity that beckons? Or is your business at risk from the advances in technology? If your company is not planning on embracing technological change, it may be in danger of becoming obsolete.
The Mind Bending Future
You will have the power to control things around you, just by thinking it. This is the potential of brain machine interface. BCI provides a view into the future when everything from autonomous vehicles, robots to heavy machinery can be controlled with ease and finesse through thought alone.
According to analysts, the Internet of Things will grow to some 50 billion smart devices by 2020. That means there will be more smart connected things on Earth than humans. As your home, car, work and public spaces become smarter and smarter, would you really want to control thousands of these things through separate apps? New forms of human computer interface in particularly voice, gesture-based, and brain-controlled devices will become dominant as the sheer number of smart things and apps grow in the billions.
Electrodermal potential (EDP) can be used to detect human brain cognition without the need to wear an EEG cap. Through signals received through the body EDP can identify cognitive states of relaxation and attention. Comparing EDP to EEG, they showed that EDP obtained 84% classification accuracy to discriminate attention and relaxation states compared to 84% – 89% accuracy of a single channel EEG signal without the need to wear anything on the head.
The Future of Innovation & Jobs
The new marketplace for industries like manufacturing, energy, gas and oil, and construction is a far cry from that in decades past. The perfect storm of problems has been brewing, as novel challenges cut into revenue and force corporations to scramble to find fresh opportunities. Obstacles to growth come in many forms. For example, the Bureau of Labor Statistics noted that there has been a gradual slide in worker productivity, not over just the last few quarters, but over the last decade. However, just as some industries are struggling, there is little doubt that the tech sector is going strong—and that it is shaking up other verticals to create value and opportunities for expansion and growth. While it is not likely that a single solution can bring about significant change in the industrial sector, the appropriate application of advanced technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT), data analytics, machine learning and robotics can result in a greater optimization of business workflows and processes, enhanced safety, improved research and development, and the creation of new revenue streams. The silver lining is that innovation also ushers in new types of jobs that didn’t exist before. Innovation coupled with continuous lifetime learning and retraining creates a flexible and adaptable labor force.
Superhumans: Technologies Moving Us Towards Transhumanism
We often highlight our frailties when we fail — we are, after all, only human. However, technology is quickly redefining what it means to be human. There is no denying that we are considerably different from the people who came before us, not only in that we successfully wield technology to overcome a range of challenges, but we also utilize it to enhance our current condition.
From artificial skin, limbs and organs to touchable holograms and gesture-controlled devices, the trend is quite clear: Transhumanism will very likely be the next stage of human development. Every element of human physiology — the senses, organs (including the brain), skeleton and muscles — will be enhanced. These improvements will be primarily driven by advances in wearables and the Internet of Things.
Transhumanism is the theory and intellectual movement that the human race can evolve beyond its current physical and mental limitations by means of science and technology. Its origins may be shrouded in the mist of sci-fi, but just as computers have become a part of everyday life, the ideas put forward by transhumanism will soon be commonplace. We already accept some of its tenets, such as the incredible rise in elective plastic surgery and the race to quantify and connect our world with the Internet of Things (IoT).
Wearables and the Internet of Things are pushing the boundaries to enhance human intellectual, physical and psychological capacities. While it cannot be denied that technology can make our lives better, we also need to address the serious ethical issues raised by modifying the human body. Is transhumanism what Francis Fukuyama called “the world’s most dangerous idea,” or are we scaling the heights of a new Golden Age?
Scott Amyx voted as Top 10 Global Speakers by Speaking.com
Future of Technology Summit, Washington, D.C., February 2018
Learning & Technology Conference, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, February 2018
Future of Technology Summit, Abu Dhabi, UAE, March 2018
World IT Show, Seoul, South Korea, May 2018
Future of Xperience, Miami/Ft. Lauderdale, June 2018
Future of Technology Summit, Bangalore, India, October 2018
More to be announced.
International CES, Las Vegas, January, 2017
European Commission, Brussels, Belgium, January 2017
9/10ths Takamol Holding VC Conference, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, March 2017
Madison College, Wisconsin, March 2017
M2M/ IoT Forum CEE, Vienna, Austria, March 2017
IBM InterConnect, Las Vegas, March 2017
WCX17: SAE World Congress Experience 2017, Detroit, April 2017
Webit.Festival Europe, Sophia, Bulgaria, April 2017
BLAST, Rome, Italy, May 2017
Dronetech Europe, Bristol, England, May 2017
Internet of Things World, Santa Clara, May 2017
IoTA 2017, World Trade Centre, Mumbai, India, May 2017
WIS World IT, Seoul, South Korea, May 2017
IoT Slam Live Internet of Things Conference, Durham, June 2017
ICISTS KAIST, Daejeon, South Korea, July 2017
ITU Telecom World (United Nations), Busan, South Korea, September 2017
Future Port Prague, Czech Republic, September 2017
AppShow, Milan, Italy, October 2017
TigoUne Forum Colombia, Bogota, Colombia, October 2017
TEDxRutgers, New Jersey, October 2017
IoT Security Summit, Blockchain 360 & Cloud Security Summit, NYC, October 2017
UX Next, San Francisco, November 2017
Guangzhou Innovation Festival, Guangzhou, China, November 2017
Robotic Process Automation Conference, NYC, November 2017
IBM InterConnect, Las Vegas, February 2016
Data 4 Decisions, Raleigh, NC, March 2016
Internet of Things Summit, San Francisco, April 2016
Fiserv Forum Spring Client Conference, Las Vegas, April 2016
IoT Slam Conference, April 2016
Internet of Things World Conference, Santa Clara, May 2016
MediaPost Appy Awards, New York, May 2016
Festival of Media, Rome, Italy, May 2016
TechCrunch Shanghai, Shanghai, May 2016
Pharma Summit, Philadelphia, PA, June 2016
Augmented World Expo, Santa Clara, CA, June 2016
Cannes Lions, Cannes, France, June 2016
Watson IoT Cognitive Building Forum, London, England, June 2016
Publicis: Viva Technology, Paris, France, June 2016
M2M Summit, Düsseldorf, Germany, October 2016
Monetizing Internet of Things 2016, Copenhagen, Denmark, October 2016
TechCrunch Beijing, Beijing, October 2016
Smart Home Summit 2016, Palo Alto, November 2016
Global Entrepreneurs Week 2016, Worldwide, November 2016
IoT Grand Slam 2016, December 2016
IoT for Utilities Energy Conference 2016, San Jose, December 2016
ArabNet Riyadh 2016, Riyadh, December 2016
Wearable Technology: Adoption and Monetization Summit 2015, San Francisco, April 2015
Global IoT Conference 2015 (Global Big Data), Santa Clara, May 2015
Retail Tech Summit, San Francisco, June 2015
K-Global Startup Conference 2015, Seoul, Korea, July 2015
Digital Summit Detroit 2015, Detroit, September 2015
Digital East 2015, Washington D.C., October 2015
ITU Telecom World 2015, Budapest, Hungary, October 2015
IBM Insight 2015, Las Vegas, October 2015
SVForum: Brave New Connected World: The Internet of Everything, Silicon Valley, December 2015
IoT Slam Virtual Conference, December 2015
Dallas Digital Summit 2015, Dallas, December 2015
IBM Watson IoT Event, Munich, Germany, December 2015
Digital Experience Conference 2014, Shanghai, China, September 2014
George P. Johnson Korea Experience Marketing Agency, Seoul, South Korea, July 2014
Group Eight (Korean Drama Producer), Seoul, South Korea, July 2014
Juror/ Panelist – 28th Annual California State University Statewide Student Research Competition, CA, May 2014
TV & Radio Interviews
Scott Amyx’s YouTube Channel
Scott Amyx TV Interviews
Scott Amyx Interviewed on TV: The “Smart” Gun Debate
Scott Amyx Interviewed on theCUBE
Scott Amyx Interviewed on the Thoughtful China Show, Shanghai, China
Scott Amyx Radio Interviews
Scott Amyx Interviewed on KFNX 1100 News Talk Radio
Scott Amyx Interviewed by IBM Big Data & Analytics Hub
Insights from Insight: Transforming the wealth management industry with technology
Scott Amyx Interviewed on WebmasterRadio.FM