With digital tools, on April 20th, the #mediaX2017 Conference, “Sense-Making & Making Sense” will delve into the human mind as a sense-making organ, keeping as context the whole body, the whole person, in community.
The communication and social sciences are already in fast pursuit of key questions, fueled by massive data. The learning, cognitive and neurosciences are entering a period of accelerated development. Thought Leaders in these fields will showcase how each contributes a unique perspective and can propel you to new insights.
Take Away Great Insights From These Talks & MORE…
John Seely Brown: Co-Chairman of the Deloitte’s Center for the Edge
The Game is Changing – ARE WE? New Mind Sets and Sense Making Strategies May be Required
Amy Kruse: Chief Scientific Officer of the Platypus Institute
Humans as Sense-Making Machines
Michal Kosinski: Assistant Professor with GSB at Stanford University
Predicting Psychological Traits from Digital Footprints
Paul Saffo: Future Studies & Forecasting Track at Singularity University
Chasing Fire – IT’s Crucial Role in Meeting This Century’s Exponential Challenges
Allison Okamura: Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University
Haptic Systems for Enhancing the Human Sense of Touch
Bill Newsome: Professor of Neurobiology at Stanford University
Neuroscience, Explanation and Free Will
Join us on April 20th as we share what we know and develop new discovery collaborations.
CLICK HERE for more conference info and Speaker Bios
For any questions, please email Addy Dawes.