Our world is they are facing some very difficult challenges all the time. In the last decade of the technological revolution, the last 18 months have begun to shift the cultural dimensions of living, working, and communicating. Creating consistent and problem-solving solutions — from both groups and powerful skills — requires us to use group discussions no matter how we think. Welcome to the first RE: WIRED.
And today we are announcing a list of speakers and new sections of the event, which takes place November 9 and 10. With a number of discussions between experts and leaders of science, cyber security, technology, and entertainment , as well as our future.
“WIRED, we talk about people working on the world’s biggest problems,” said WIRED editor-in-chief Gideon Lichfield. “I look forward to hearing from any of our speakers at RE: WIRED, because even though their work may be successful or failing, or still in progress, we can learn a lot from discussing the world’s most complex solutions.”
RE: Wired speakers are as follows:
- Modern CEO Stephane Bancel and founder of the BU Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases Policy and Research Nahid Bhadelia pa mRNA evolution.
- Digital artist Mike Winkelmann, aka Beeple, how technology is changing our perception of what art is.
- An independent expert Timnit Gebru lighting to be honest flexibility.
- Author of scientific fiction Neal Stephenson on construction-and land preparation.
- Head of the US Civil Defense Agency Easter Easter on the plague of redemption.
- Player John Cho and Cowboy Bebop the show André Nemec on a journey from anime to action.
- Sinovation Ventures CEO Kai-fu Lee and founder and CEO of John Yoky Matsuoka on how the future of AI should look.
Registration for the event is free and available Pano. Registered subscribers should be able to live RE: WIRED content and be able to answer speaker questions.
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