Brad Templeton

Name:
Brad Templeton
Topics:
  • Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
  • Business and Commerce
  • Digital Transformation
  • Education, Training and HR
  • Energy, Utilities and Environment
  • Finance and Insurance
  • Pharma, Health and Medical
  • Philosophy and Ethics
  • Security, Cybercrime, Privacy
  • Singularity and Transhumanism
  • Society, Culture and Politics
  • Technology and Humanity
  • Technology and Software
  • Telecom and Media (TMT)
  • The Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Work, Jobs and Employment
City:
San Francisco
Language:
English
Fees:
Upon Request
  • World-changing entrepreneur, Keynote speaker, Futurist, Civil rights advocate and Autonomous mobility expert

    Brad’s had the good fortune to play a role in multiple revolutions.  As a teen, he was the first employee of the first PC applications company.  In this twenties he launched the world’s first internet-based business.  Next, he moved into futurism and civil rights as chair of the EFF, the leading online rights organization.  In the 2000s he began two paths, one as founding faculty and chair of computing at the futurist “Singularity University,” and another as an early member of Google’s self-driving car team which led to involvement in all levels of the new mobility revolution, including robocars, scooters, sensors, mini-cars and flying cars.  He advises companies and speaks around the world on these topics.

    His talent is to explain the important concepts of the technological revolution at a level any audience can understand, but which is still interesting to the advanced insiders, and to keep the audience laughing while he does it.   As one of the few people in the world with a background mixing technology, business and social issues, his perspective is unique and deep.

    His key topics for keynote addresses include:

    1. Any level of depth about self-driving cars and future transporation
    2. The future of computing, networks and the issues around them
    3. Privacy, free speech and social adaptation of technology
    4. Exponential thinking and how to learn the lessons of the computer industry to live in an accelerating world
    5. Issues and consequences of AI, nanotechnology, robotics and more

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