Abstract: From a spectrum $E$ one can extract its infinite loop space $\Omega^\infty E = X$. The space $X$ comes with a rich structure. For example, since $X$ is a loop space, we know $\pi_0 X$ comes with a group structure. Better yet, since $X$ is a double loop space, we know $\pi_0 X$ is in fact an abelian group. How much structure does this space $X$ possess? In 1974 Segal gave the following answer to this question: the structure of an infinite loop space is exactly the structure of a grouplike $E_\infty$ monoid. In fact, this identification respects multiplicative structures. In this talk, I'd like to discuss the analogue of this story in the setting of motivic homotopy theory. In particular we'll see that the motivic story, while similar to the classical one, has a couple interesting twists.
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