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Meta Conversations: Tech & Humanity 2017


With the rise of Artificial Intelligence and robots - will we co-exist or be replaced? How should large corporates and venture capitalists prepare for this? What does it mean to be human in a post-labour, post-democracy, and post-capitalism world?

On 18 September 2017 our CEO So-Young Kang shared the stage with Opening Keynote speaker, Scott Hartley, an Obama Presidential Innovation Fellow who authored the book ‘The Fuzzy and the Techie’. They discussed on the purpose of human life and the impact new deep technologies have on us. Check out the highlights! 

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"There's also a need to disrupt the way people are learning. To teach people in a way that's more human - fosters creativity, critical thinking, getting them to make better decisions. We need a renaissance, a re-definition of how people are learning." 

— So-Young Kang

Earlier Event: September 18
Gnowbe x SWITCH 2017
Later Event: September 20
Women in Tech Conference 2017