Please join the Maryland/Israel Development Center and Baker Donelson for an exclusive networking event featuring Mark Riccobono, President, Baltimore-headquartered National Federation of the Blind, on recent Israel trip to test breakthrough artificial vision technology and self-driving cars. Live technology demonstration by Israeli startup OrCam.
Wednesday, January 9, 2019
5:30 - 7:00 pm | Baltimore
Emcee: Howard L. Sollins, Shareholder, Baker Donelson
Complimentary for 2019 MIDC members; $25 non-members; Registration is required. Lite appetizers (dietary laws observed)
Join or commit to join the MIDC in 2019 and attend for free. There are many levels of membership, each with attractive benefits. To view the 2019 membership levels, click here>>>. Contact Nancy Boguslaw for questions or assistance.
When registering, please make sure you "process" the entire registration for all registrants. It is a two step process. Also be sure to click "copy from" when you see your name. That will auto-fill the registration. Upon completion you will receive a confirmation via email. For questions, contact Nancy Boguslaw.
About the MIDC: Established in 1992, as a nonprofit “public-private partnership” of the Maryland Department of Commerce, Israel’s Ministry of Economy and The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore, the MIDC promotes bi-lateral trade and economic development between Maryland and Israel.To learn more about the MIDC, click here>>>.
About Baker Donelson: For 130 years, Baker Donelson has built a reputation for achieving results for their clients, both nationally and internationally, on a wide range of legal matters. As the 57th largest law firm in the U.S., Baker Donelson gives clients access to a team of more than 750 attorneys and public policy advisors representing more than 30 practice areas, all seamlessly connected across 22 offices to serve virtually any legal and policy need.To learn more click here>>>.
About the National Federation of the Blind: The National Federation of the Blind (NFB), headquartered in Baltimore, is the oldest and largest nationwide organization of blind Americans. Founded in 1940, the National Federation of the Blind is a membership organization of over 50,000 blind people, parents of blind children, and interested others. The NFB is the voice of the nation's blind.
About OrCam: OrCam's breakthrough artificial vision technology gives independence to people who are blind, visually impaired, have a reading disability or other conditions. The OrCam MyEye assistive technology device instantly and discreetly reads any printed and digital text, from any surface – including newspapers, books, computer and smartphone screens, restaurant menus, labels on supermarket products and street signs – as well as recognizes individual people and products. To learn more about OrCam, click here>>>.