Next up, on July 27th in our London offices, we host Sumit Paul-Choudhury, editor of New Scientist magazine, to discuss “How to Think About Technology”.
Sumit trained as a physicist at Imperial College but subsequently turned his hand to journalism for fifteen years before returning to science. Highly informed and impassioned, Sumit makes complex subjects comprehensible and relevant to any audience – from climate change to black holes – leaving his listeners fascinated and uplifted. He’s not to be missed!
In a 20 minute talk followed by Q&A, Sumit will explore the key technology trends re-shaping our world, and the big questions that technology raises for humanity.
- Technology: good, bad or neutral?
- The Anthropocene and the smart future
- Automation: are self-driving cars dangerous?
- Will artificial intelligence put us all out of work?
- The biggest technology project of all time
Register for a free ticket via Eventbrite.
Guests and colleagues are also invited to register.
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