We are pleased to announce that several more amazing speakers will join us at Brave New World 2018. Make sure not to miss out and order you ticket for the 2018 edition today!
We are very honoured to introduce to you our new moderator: Jim Stolze. As presenter at the business tv-channel RTL Z and CEO of Agency and CSO of Singularity University in the Netherlands, Jim is right in the centre of innovation and technology.
We are very proud to have artist Jeroen van Loon as our last speaker on Friday 3 November. Jeroen received a bachelor in Digital Media Design and a European Media Master of Arts from the HKU University of the Arts Utrecht. His fascination revolves around the revealing, documenting, and visualizing of digital culture. Earlier work focussed on its personal and societal impact while recent work focusses on the Internet itself: its architecture, physicality, and connectivity—speculating on how these will change in the future.
Brave New World is very proud to announce Lucy McRae is joining our program on Thursday 2 November. Lucy McRae is a sci-fi artist, film director, TED Fellow and body architect, placing the human body in complex, futuristic scenarios that confound the boundaries between the natural and artificial. She will show us how humans might evolve in the coming 2000 years.
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Brave New World wants to welcome Michiel Vos on stage once again as moderator of our conference.
Michiel is the host of the TV series ‘My America’, about his experiences as a European living in America. He regularly comments on American political affairs and news for television and radio programs. He’s married to filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi, daughter of former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi. Michiel worked as a producer on Alexandra Pelosi’s films.
We have been working hard this summer to add more inspiring experts and artists to our program. On the theme ‘Nature&Tech’ we have added journalist Torill Kornfeldt (SE). Professor Philip Brey (US) will tell us more on the ethics of technology, more specific on the ethics of Human Enhancement. We are very proud to have Nell Watson (UK), Jay Tuck (US), Frederik de Wilde (BE) and Nicky Hekster (NL) to our theme ‘Artificial Intelligence’. And author Tim Reutemann (CH) will discuss future developments in politics and government with our other author Malka Older (US).
Trend report Centre for Innovation
JUL 5, 2017
What is the future of work in the 21st century? And how far should we go with human enhancement? These questions (and more) form the basis of the Centre for Innovation’s first Trend Report, a magazine-style publication discussing the latest societal and technological trends that are likely to affect our lives in the years to come.