Recently, we were lucky enough to host a fascinating session with the New Scientist’s editor-in-chief, Sumit Paul-Choudhury on the big trends shaping how we think and deal with technology and its ever increasing impact on our lives, jobs and existence.
Sumit’s talk spanned the bredth and depth of technology’s ‘hot topics’ from artificial intelligence, self-driving cars to the future of the Anthropocene and the perils of social media.
Sumit talks so intelligently on the future of society and technology, and how both are impacting on humanity. As comfortable with the worlds of business and culture as he is with science, Sumit makes complex subjects comprehensible and relevant to any audience.
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 far better informed. We are now working with Sumit for speaking engagements worldwide and would welcome enquiries so do get in touch for more information.
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Sumit Paul-Choudhury on technology | “How to think about technology”
Sumit Paul-Choudhury on social media | “How to think about technology”