SF – The Inevitable: The Next 30 Years in Tech

Date/Time: June 16, 2016

Speaker: Kevin Kelly, Senior Maverick, WIRED

The second gathering of What’s Now: San Francisco was held at the Applied Innovation Exchange in San Francisco and featured Kevin Kelly, Senior Maverick at WIRED magazine.  Kevin Kelly is one of the most original thinkers in the San Francisco Bay Area, and he has spent much of his life seeking out other cutting edge innovators in the region. He has written several influential books and found several influential ventures, from the Hackers Conference, to The Well, to Cool Tools. In his new book, The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future, Kevin gives early insight into many critical fields exploding in activity throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, including two he has been particularly obsessed with – artificial intelligence and virtual reality. Kevin didn’t just want to use his What’s Now gathering to talk about his book and answer questions. Kevin wanted to “probe the hive mind” of all the innovative brains who gathered that night. We had technology on hand that allowed everyone to instantaneously answer Kevin’s questions and collectively learn from the group during this fun and informative evening.

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