- Open Forum: The Connected & Smart Home: What Can it Be and How Will We Get There?
  - Open Forum: An Evening with Michelle K. Lee, Head of the US Patent & Trademark Office, in conversation with Elisa Steele, CEO, Jive Software
  - Breakfast Club: Breakfast with Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer, in conversation with Geoffrey Moore


Tuesday, April 22, 2014    

Special Event: Reinventing the Future of Work


Neil Jacobstein, Co-chair, AI and Robotics, Singularity University; Distinguished Visiting Scholar, MediaX Program at Stanford; Henry Crown Fellow, Aspen Institute

  How will exponential technologies such as AI and robotics transform the landscape of work? What are the prospects for human augmentation? What will be the new high-skilled jobs, and how will companies fill them? Will automation lead to unprecedented unemployment or an increased quality of life? How will we redefine work and play in the future? This fascinating keynote will provide multiple perspectives to illuminate the nature and complexity of the changes ahead. Following his talk, Neil will answer questions, and moderate an open and ongoing dialog on this critically important topic. This might be the most enlightening, engaging, and provocative event you’ll attend this year.


Corporate passes will be accepted for this event. We ask that if you register using corporate passes, please do so 72 business hours in advance. We thank you for your cooperation!
Sponsored by SAP  

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