The EFTF Conferences first event in San Francisco. Lots of Lightning Rounds by industry luminaries, and local technologists on the future of technology. Profits from the conference will be donated to a Non-Profit focused using technology to help humanity through the use of new and emerging technology. This conference is about the future of technology, networking and how we can help each other with a holistic approach. Come join the conversation and the futurist trends and technology. There will be an after party but the location is still TBD (tickets for the party are seperate then general admission).
9AM – Networking
10AM – Opening Remarks
10:15AM – Keynote – Showcase Speaker (Alexander Rose, longnow.org )
10:45AM – Noon – Lighting rounds
Noon – 1:30PM Networking/Demos (HoloLens Demo, Emerging Personal Technology Bar, table demos, )
12:30 – (During Lunch) Artificial General Intelligence Inc Press Conference
1:00PM – (During Lunch) TNC Press Conference
1:30PM – Afternoon Showcase Speaker – Dr. Natasha VitaMore
1:45PM – 3:00PM Lightning Rounds
3:00PM – 3:45PM – Future Technology and Society and Politics Forum Sponsored by the TNC and H+
4:00PM – 5:00PM – Closing Remarks, Demos, Networking
Lightning Round Presenters:
Newton Lee, Noted Futurist and Author
Ricardo Parker, CEO of Chronos VR
David J Kelley, Principal AGI Inc., TNC Chair, and Microsoft MVP
Zoltan Istvan, Futurist, US Presidential Candidate (Tentitive)
Adair Daniels, Futurist
Mark Waser, AI Researcher, AGI Inc.
We will need a few lighting rounds, if you want to sponsor the conference or setup a demo table please let us know.
get your tickets here (or click the tickets link above) : https://www.eventbrite.com/e/extreme-futures-and-technology-forecasting-conference-fall-2016-tickets-26857481450
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The Exosphere Academy program is both about gaining skills while simultaneously exchanging experiences, knowledge, working and collaborating with participants from around the world looking to do incredible things and create more meaningful lives.
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Exosphere is composed so that that participants are part of one of five “streams”, each of which have a mentor assigned to them. Each of the participants of the stream will learn and dig deep into individual and business philosophy and its applications by doing workshops, presentations, assignments and session, while working on real projects. These may be their personal projects, projects presented by the mentor, or from external organizations. The program is immersive. The participants of the stream will live, work, and collaborate together. The mentor will be in charge of following the process of the participants and adapting the content according to what they are looking to learn and build. A lot of this work and time will be spent at the house where the participants live for the 8 weeks.
In addition to this, there is a core curriculum that is built to develop collaboration between the streams, with interdisciplinary workshops, sessions, and discussions on business, philosophy, entrepreneurship, design thinking, personal growth, etc. These activities take place in our co-working space. Here is where the participants have the opportunity to develop new relations and dynamics to add value to themselves and their projects from different points of view.
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Vulcan Technology is developing solutions to address some of the world’s toughest challenges – from protecting Africa’s elephants to preserving fisheries to bringing reliable power and connectivity to under served areas.
We focus on disruptive solutions that push the boundaries of the state of the art, as well as ideas that implement technology to move philanthropic efforts forward.
Open access to Tools and Technology by Gabriel Licina presented by the Extreme Futures Tech Fest – Winter 2016.
Open access to tool and advancing technology is key to moving technology forward. the Restrictions we have in the industry currently hold us back.
Commentary by Gabriel and some one on Google+: Continue reading
Extreme Futures Tech Fest (Winter 2016) Presents Kati Rissanen on ‘Envisioning the Future of Technology.
Exploring the Future of space based solar power and wireless power tranmission from travel to other large scale applications in the future. From the Extreme Futures Technology Fest Winter 2016 – Session 2 on Wireless Power Adair Daniels speaking from his book “Future of Business”
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“The burning desire to press forward in the face of all opposition, limitless curiosity for learning, the ability to adapt, and the will to shape the world for the better— these are the essential traits of the entrepreneur.
In our age of hype this core has been replaced with venture capital rounds, social media vanity, and a lot more talking about the journey than actually living it.”
– Skinner Layne
Founder of Exosphere Continue reading
The first presentation after the keynote done by Evan West – The Informed Futurist talking about ad attitude adjustment in how we think of death. Even’s talk on Death and how we can look at it differently talks about the true, where we are and where we might go in terms of thoughts on death and about what we can do now to make a difference.
to learn more about Evan check out his web site: http://www.informedfuturist.com/
EFTF is a tech conference focused on emerging technology trends, across the tech sector. It covers the latest in emerging technology, the topics related to those trends but also social impact and emerging societal changes and where we are going with technology and where it affects us and business. In this ‘issue’ of EFTF we have topics from bio engineering, cybernetics (including a live demo of an implant procedure), artificial intelligence, cloud computing, maker trends, XR technologies (AR/VR and Wearables), IoT and many more.
Conference features include main talks covering key areas, a digital conference floor, device bar, and the futures forum with industry experts, lighting rounds covering niche topics, networking opportunities, a super-secret technology cabal after party and more.