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NeuroTech: Poorly Understood, Lots of Skepticism Hybrid Event

ABOUT THE EVENT

Watch Disruptive Technologists in Time Square with the latest LIVE IN-PERSON* panel and networking event! This free event was co-hosted by the Cal Alumni Association of UC Berkeley

Wednesday, January 18, 2023
5:00 PM to 6:30 PM

Microsoft in Times Square
Conference Room Floor
6th floor, Conference room “Central Park West”
11 Times Square, Manhattan, NY

Come for Education, Food, Drink, Inspiration & Networking either in person at Microsoft, NYC, or online from anywhere in the world.

EVENT SCHEDULE

5:00 PM Arrive and enjoy light bites and networking
5:15 PM Event begins with intros and panel discussion
6:15 PM Audience Q&A
6:25 PM Event ends and giveaways are handed out

WHAT IS NEUROTECHNLOGY?

“Neurotechnology” refers to any technology that provides greater insight into the brain or nervous system activity or affects brain or nervous system function. Neurotechnology can be used for research purposes, such as experimental brain imaging to gather information about mental illness or sleep patterns.

For a long time, the brain was this mysterious organ that we were trying to understand. And now that we know a little more about it, we’re starting to hack it.

In the simplest terms, think of neurotechnology as a direct connection of technical components to the nervous system. As fascinating as it can be, neurotechnology is also a very controversial field. What are the limits? How will they impact society? How and when will they be utilized? How will these new technologies change humans and society? And do we really know what is being marketed?

MEET THE PANELISTS

OUR MODERATOR
Frank LaVigne, Data Scientist, Quantum Developer, ML Engineer & Red Hat – Data Cloud Services Leader

FIRESIDE CHAT MODERATOR
Bruce Epstein

VIDEO
Jeff Paul, Ziotag and Jim Williams

EVENT GIVEAWAYS

To enter, send your name, company, and title to info@disruptivetechnologists.com.

  • UPFLEX PASSES FOR INTERNATIONAL OFFICE SPACE
  • REBECCA COSTA FUTURIST BOOKS

Register Now for this hybrid in-person and online event.

THANKS

Microsoft Reactor #MSFTReactor
UC Berkeley – Cal Alumni Association (CAA)
Ramona Wright
Esther Dyson
Scott Moss
Jeff Paul, Ziotag

This event is co-hosted by CACNY, a chapter of the Cal Alumni Association of UC Berkeley

*MICROSOFT’S IN-PERSON REQUIREMENTS

Due to Microsoft’s continued focus on the health and safety of its visitors, Tech Accessibility Event attendees will need to have a negative test or covid vaccine document – no exceptions. To make this easier please use Microsoft’s Healthcheck. Then just bring a screenshot of the confirmation or the actual browser confirmation open on your phone. Visit https://msrtw.powerappsportals.com/en-US/ for more information.

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Wednesday, January 18, 2023
5:00 PM to 6:30 PM Eastern Time

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