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TTI/Vanguard: Fieldtrip to PARC
25 February 2010
various PARC locations
New technologies and applications are creating new imperatives, from research and development, to printing and software distribution, to media and content creation, and beyond. In this conference, we’ll explore how upheavals caused by the adoption of networked technologies might affect organizations and entire industries. We’ll examine some of the new digital economics (and economies) that we will inevitably encounter. Where will the control points be, and what are the big risks for large-scale systems and new players? What’s being created, what’s being remade, and what’s being reinvented?
PARC fieldtrip topics include:
- Contextual delivery of information
- Content-centric networking
- Printed electronics
- Water filtration & cleantech
conference topics include:
Emerging infrastructures, "Free", Transparency, Cloud economics, Open source, Machine-to-machine interactions, Distribution models, Real-time analysis, Augmented reality
conference speakers include:
Chris Anderson, Author, Free: The Future of a Radical Price; Timothy Bresnahan, Co-Director, Center on Employment and Economic Growth, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research; Paul Buchheit, Co-Founder, FriendFeed; Roxanne Christ, Partner, Latham & Watkins; Larry Downes, Author, The Laws of Disruption; Peter Eckersley, Staff Technologist, Electronic Frontier Foundation; Matthew Glotzbach, Director, Product Management, Google Enterprise; John Hennessy, President, Stanford University; Krisztina Holly, Executive Director, USC Stevens Institute for Innovation, University of Southern California; Chris Kelty, Author, Two Bits: The Cultural Significance of Free Software; Art Kleiner, Editor-in-Chief, strategy+business; Phil Libin, Chief Executive Officer, Evernote; Sean Parker, Managing Partner, Founders Fund; Adam Selipsky, Vice President, Developer Relations, Amazon.com; Nova Spivack, Co-Founder, Radar Networks; Bruno Uzzan, Chief Executive Officer, Total Immersion; Hal Varian, Chief Economist, Google; Jim Zemlin, Executive Director, Linux Foundation
TTI/Vanguard is the advanced technology conference series for senior-level executives. We introduce, discuss, and evaluate emerging and breakthrough technologies on the two-to-five-year horizon. Through conferences, workshops, and field trips, experts offer perspectives on future technologies and their impact on organizations, infrastructures, policies, and society. The result is a framework for linking strategic technology planning to business success.
TTI/Vanguard is about discovering technological possibilities for the 21st century. Five times annually, corporate and government leaders, entrepreneurs, researchers, and academicians come together to envision the future's future technologically. In highly interactive sessions, led by a world-class Advisory Board—John Perry Barlow, Gordon Bell, Peter Cochrane, Deborah Estrin, Eric Haseltine, Michael Hawley, Alan Kay, Leonard Kleinrock, Douglas Lenat, Robert Lucky, Nicholas Negroponte and David Reed—and today's most influential thought leaders, debate is stimulated, and breakthrough ideas flourish.
TTI/Vanguard member organizations represent global private, public, and academic sectors. Members are senior-level business and technology executives with responsibility for creating and implementing strategic technological change within their organizations.
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