The digital revolution has already reconfigured almost every aspect of our lives, but with new innovations appearing on the horizon every day, the landscape is still set to change beyond all recognition. Alasdair Blackwell,Tom Chatfield, Debbie Forster and Matthew Taylor explore the transformative technologies that have the potential to offer us a radically new future.
The digital revolution has already reconfigured almost every aspect of our lives, but with new innovations appearing on the horizon every day, the landscape is still set to change beyond all recognition. Health, education, work, politics, finance – new transformative technologies have the potential to offer us a radically new future – if we can harness their power and utilise the tools intelligently for the greater good .
How can we make the most of the opportunities these advances offer us? How can technology help us amplify and tap into our own natural capacity for innovation, collaboration and creativity, and are we only limited by our imaginations, or are there other obstacles in our way?
A panel of leading innovators and thinkers gather at the RSA to look at ways in which new technologies could help us to create a better future.
Speakers to include: Tom Chatfield, BBC Columnist, commentator on digital culture and author of How to thrive in the digital age and Netymology; Alasdair Blackwell, co-founder and director, Decoded; and Debbie Forster, COO, Apps for Good
Chaired by Matthew Taylor, RSA chief executive
Supported by Samsung Mobile
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