Ideas for the Future: Work, Food, and Cities

Four visionary thinkers share ideas from the forefront of job creation, food systems, and architecture. Through two short presentations and one lively dialogue, this session will lead you on a surprising path of discovery that begins in seemingly familiar territory and ends up in wholly surprising places.

Festival: 2012

Watch and Listen: Technology

After 40 years, the internet has begun to corrode, both itself and us. It is still a marvelous and miraculous invention... See more
The impacts of cybercrime and the proliferation of cyberattacks are unsettling at best and very dangerous at worst. Not... See more
By 2055, it is estimated that 50 percent of today’s work activities will be automated. This means that some work will... See more
Welcome from David G. Bradley and Walter Isaacson A Conversation on the Future with Astro Teller, Captain of Moonshots... See more
Anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, racism, and other hatreds are thriving today, and nowhere are they more rampant, vitriolic... See more
Job loss from automation is not inevitable. It is a choice. The fundamental technology design pattern is that economic... See more

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