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In this talk based on his newest book, The Future of the Mind: The Scientific Quest to Understand, Enhance, and Empower the Mind, Dr. Michio Kaku illustrates the stunning breakthroughs being made in neuroscience, which are finally beginning to unravel the mysteries of the most complex object in the known universe: the human brain. Dr. Kaku takes audiences on a grand tour of what the future might hold, explaining how the brain functions and how technologies will change our daily lives. He will present a radically new way to think about "consciousness" and provide fresh insights into mental illness, artificial intelligence and alien consciousness. Now, learn how what was once solely thought of as science fiction has become a startling reality.

Guy demystifies social media in this speech and makes social media a useful and powerful marketing tool. Many people believe that Guy’s book by the same name is the best book ever written about social media.

Vox first launched online in 2014. By February 2016, it was getting more than 300 million content views a month across a range of platforms and blazing new trails in digital journalism. As founder and editor-in-chief, Ezra Klein spends much of his time thinking about how the new business is changing and how to make Vox a beneficiary of those changes, rather than a victim of them. In this engaging and informative presentation, Klein shares stories from behind-the-scenes of a 21st Century digital news publication, and offers insights to audiences on:

-           What it means to be a truly digital organization

-           How to create an institutional culture that can evolve and adapt quickly

-           Why people often mistake cultural problems for technological ones

With continuing reports of foreign governments hacking into businesses and governments around the world, cyber security has moved from being just an IT problem to being one of the top issues facing corporations today. As we all grapple with what these cyber threats mean for our business, personal and national security, technology visionary and EVP Vivek Kundra helps audiences understand the importance of being on the offense when it comes to protecting your organization's vital interests. As a member of the Obama Administration, it was Kundra’s responsibility to lead the Federal government’s cyber security initiatives, improving response times, outcomes and the processes that hindered the cyber security management capabilities of the world’s largest purveyor of IT services. Today, Kundra helps audiences understand:

  • Current cyber threats and best-in-class counter measures
  • What the business and government community needs to do to broadly confront the cyber security issue
  • How cyber security is now an organizational problem and what both IT and organizational leaders need to do to get all stakeholders on the offense in confronting this issue
  • How collaboration lays a crucial role in ensuring security

Data. Our lives are surrounded by it and it only grows as technology encompasses our lives. Whether documents, emails, social media artifacts, images, medical records, web search information or collecting information on human behavior like how people drive to work or even use their thermostats, many leaders have a hard time trying to figure out how—and what—to evaluate when using big data to determine organizational strategy, enhancing products or simply making life better for consumers. Drawing on his experiences leading efforts as the CIO of the United States and as the EVP for emerging markets for, Vivek Kundra illuminates audiences on the power and opportunities that lie within big data. From how data is being used to transform transportation, education and health care to how information is being used to make smarter products, Kundra shares:

  • How to use big data: what to pay attention to and what to avoid
  • What cutting-edge ways big data is being used to increase organizational efficiency, product design, the bottom line—and people’s lives
  • How collaboration and big data are the future of technology

As the nation’s first Chief Information Officer, Vivek Kundra was faced with the tremendous challenge of leading the federal government’s information technology bureaucracy at a time when cutting costs, increasing efficiency and driving innovation was of paramount importance. Having managed the $80B federal technology budget, Kundra’s efforts yielded significant progress in transforming the way technology is purchased and managed by bringing best-in-class private sector solutions to solve massive public sector inefficiencies. The result has been a highly transparent, efficient and accountable environment focused on making systems and information useful to the public. In this keynote presentation, Vivek Kundra shares his experience leading change across the world’s largest consumer of information technology—the U.S. government—and the lessons every organization can use when leading a transformation in a change-averse environment. Kundra also explains:

  • His leadership principles and how to use technology to create lasting change
  • How to create a transparent and accountable environment that sheds light on what’s going on within an organization
  • The importance of action-oriented, executable and nimble methodologies
  • People are our biggest asset; How do you source people using the Silicon Valley approach?
  • How do you tap into the power and creativity of people to keep innovation optimal and stay on top of the latest technologies?
  • How to confront the tough decisions that need to be made to keep your organization growing and competitive

A mild economic recovery and a focus on containing costs have put tremendous pressure on executives all over the world—particularly in the technology space. As organizations of all sizes are grappling with how to keep a focus on innovation while doing more with less, many are finding it hard to make progress and get buy-in for necessary investments in technology. As leaders face these headwinds, many are left wondering how they can build a foundation for an extremely agile business that enables innovation, growth and collaboration. Vivek Kundra, the nation’s first Chief Information Officer, has received high acclaim for spearheading countless programs which have resulted in massive shifts in efficiency, transparency and accountability. Kundra offers insight on topics and challenges that can be tailored to your organization, including:

  • Balancing innovation and cost leadership—how do you measure project performance and allocate IT investments accordingly?
  • How countries can architect a better future through building blocks of innovative technologies
  • Replacing subjective judgments about projects with objective, data-driven analytics
  • How to evaluate IT projects for rescoping and cancelation
  • The increasing importance of cybersecurity in protecting our nation’s critical infrastructure
  • How technology companies can disrupt the public sector market

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