What could the future look like? What changes are in store for society in the next 5-10 years? How will technology shape the future? How can we face the challenges that lie ahead? How does our thinking need to change to meet these challenges? What should government look like in our digital age?
These are just some of the questions that will be addressed at this event by two groups who will present alternative models of social governance and discuss what the future has in store for humanity - not by looking into a crystal ball, but by observing our current scientific capability and trends in the advancement of technology.
We will be discussing these trends and their social impact as well as presenting the option of using these new advancements to better human existence locally, nationally, and globally.
FREE PUBLIC EVENT BY:
The London Chapter of ‘The Zeitgeist Movement’ and ‘The London Futurists’
James Phillips (The Zeitgeist Movement)
James is the founder of TZME, a global educational platform for The Zeitgeist Movement and is currently giving presentations and workshops regarding the ‘Resource Based Economic Model’ in numerous schools in and around the London area.
David Wood (London Futurists)
David has 25 years experience predicting the future of technology and making it a reality as a pioneer of the smartphone industry. In 2009 he was included in T3's list of "100 most influential people in technology".
There will be a science and sustainability exhibition on display as well as a Q&A with the speakers as well.
There will be plenty of opportunity for group discussion, socialising, and networking.
We look forward to seeing you there!
The Elixir Bar, 162 Eversholt Street, Camden, London, NW1 1BL.
(The nearest tube stations are Camden Town, Euston, and Mornington crescent)
‘We cannot solve the problems of today by using the same method of thinking we used when we created them’ -- Albert Einstein.