WIRED2014 brings the future closer on 16 – 17 October

Oct 1, 2014
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Building on the success of their three previous events, WIRED is getting ready to kick-off their 4th edition in London on 16 – 17 October. This year’s WIRED ‘WIRED2014‘ will cover an array of topics debating the future of such areas as neuroscience, robotics, business, design, and music and entertainment via insights from over 45 speakers and will include an interactive Test Lab product area by Telefonica.

The conferences this year will center around specific themes.  So day 1 will tackle emerging ideas about the human body, breakthrough technologies, and new thinking on neuroscience, with round tables and talks such as ‘Decoding the Body’ with 23andme cofounder Anne Wojcicki, Autodesk Biohacker Andrew Hessel, EpiBone Stem cell researcher Nina Tandon,
and Indian Biodiversity ecologist Uma Ramakrishnan.  Day 2 will explore the collision of design and technology, and includes a startup pitch, debates around rethinking education and welcomes thinkers from leading global companies and organizations.

Another big highlight, unique to WIRED is their annual Innovation Fellowships, which seeks to identify the best brightest, set to make the a substantial impact on the world and in their respective fields such as science, technology, design, culture, business, the arts and more. Fellows will play key role in at WIRED2014, through leading various conferences and talks during the event.

Tickets are still available if you’re interested in attending here.