Technology, Imagination & Exponential Thinking

A session at SXSW Interactive 2013

Friday 8th March, 2013

5:00pm to 6:00pm (CST)

Today we live in a world where the exponential progression of technology is increasingly shrinking the lag time between what we can imagine and what we can create. We are rapidly converging to become a civilization of networked minds who will transcend all previous limits. As Erik Davis wrote in Techgnosis, "When everything becomes linked with everything else, matter becomes mind"

With the coming overlapping revolutions in biotechnology, nanotechnology and artificial intelligence, the instruments to remake the world will be in everybody's hands.

The challenge is to get people to think EXPONENTIALLY (rather than linearly) when leveraging future possibilities and addressing grand challenges.

Another challenge is simply engaging wider audiences to think about these types of ideas.

In a media marketplace where "attention" is the new limited resource, capturing and managing people's interest in exponential thinking is precisely what my talk will address.

About the speaker

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Jason Silva

Host, National Geographic Channel's Brain Games

Jason Silva at previous events

13 attendees

  • Ariel Gajardo
  • Clemens Brandt
  • Brian Duggan
  • Cristiano Dias
  • Daniel Sollero
  • Jason Silva
  • Jason Paul
  • Julia Kaganskiy
  • Mary Pratt
  • Martine Syms
  • Nicolas BELLONI
  • Patricia Marinho
  • tulio tavanielli

9 trackers

  • Alan Botvinick
  • Alby Barber
  • Colm Britton
  • Juliana Nascimento
  • Andre Passamani
  • Ryan Freebern
  • Shelley Cook
  • Chris Sparks
  • Todd Sattersten

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When

Time 5:00pm6:00pm CST

Date Fri 8th March 2013

Where

Exhibit Hall 5, Austin Convention Center

Session type

Featured Session

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