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The RE.WORK Technology Summit is a one day event that brings together entrepreneurship, science, and technology to re-work the future and tackle some of the world's greatest challenges. The event will showcase the opportunities of breakthrough technologies and their potential for a positive impact on business and society. Emerging technology is providing an unprecedented era of opportunity for entrepreneurs and scientists to progress business and solve global challenges. By 2050 there will be around 9 billion people on the planet, so understanding, knowledge, and collaboration is vital to help steer the way to a better world. RE.WORK is focused on generating innovative ideas and encouraging collaboration to solve big, global problems in areas such as increased urbanization levels, efficient healthcare, sustainable energy solutions, and equal opportunities for all. Technology can have a revolutionary impact on these issues and some of the new products and advances explored at RE.WORK will include progress in the internet of things,
sensors, 3D printing, wearable technology, nanotechnology, biotechnology, robotics, and artificial intelligence.
The RE.WORK Technology Summit will be held September 19th in London.
Lifeboat's Rachel Armstrong, Stuart Armstrong, Aubrey de Grey, and
Randal Koene will be speaking. RE.WORK is led by Lifeboat's Nikita
Johnson. Use the discount code lifeboat25 to receive 25% off standard
passes or startup/student passes.
Learn more at https://www.re-work.co/tech
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dedicated to encouraging scientific advancements while helping humanity
survive existential risks and possible misuse of increasingly powerful
technologies, including genetic engineering, nanotechnology, and
robotics/AI, as we move towards the Singularity.
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