Josh Klein keynote speaker
- Cybersecurity: The Human Vector
- Human Capital... Isn’t
- Innovation in Practice
- Meta vs Goebbles: How Does Tech Control Us?
- People vs Robots - How Both Will Win
- The End of the Great Stagnation
- The Human Side of AI
- The Internet of Things + AI
“Josh Klein is the quintessential hacker - a cross-disciplinary, pattern recognizing polymath who takes his greatest joy from combining the unexpected and seeing the results work in new and better ways.”
Josh Klein is a passionate hacker of all things. He examines systems, he takes them apart, and he puts different pieces together to produce something new and more effective. He hacks. Everything. His list includes social systems, computer networks, institutions, consumer hardware, animal behavior, and many more. Josh knows that the greatest innovations come from rethinking ordinary situations, or hacking; a do-it-yourself movement with roots inside the engineering community.
Josh started as a technology hacker in his parent’s basement and ended up working with leaders at the upper echelon of business, government, and internet security. Along the way it became clear that a tipping point in new technology was changing commerce as we knew it in a myriad of ways.
From black market economies to cryptocurrencies impact on Web 3.0, from the radical departures in exchange and marketing enabled by Big Data to the as-yet-unrealized impact of 3D printing and the Internet of Things, Josh has specialized in translating technology insights into actionable strategies for business leaders.
Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences, MIT Media Lab,...
Cybersecurity and Technology Policy and Regulation Expert, Former Head of...
Venture Capitalist and Founder of Margaris Ventures. Expert on AI,...
Expert on the Economic and Social Impact of Artificial Intelligence...