Sessions

Monday Mar 16th, 2015

Recap: Martine Rothblatt's Keynote on Sun., March 15

Written by Megan Simpson

Today, during her keynote session, AI, Immortality and the Future of Selves,, Dr. Martine Rothblatt sat down with Lisa Miller of New York Magazine to discuss transhumanism, cyber consciousness, pharmaceutical development and robotics. In addition, she spoke about her vision for the future and the ways in which technology...

Monday Mar 16th, 2015

SX Health and MedTech Expo is Open at the JW Marriott!

Written by Henry Heuck

The Medical World is at the forefront of merging cutting-edge technology with innovative and life-saving applications. The SX Health Expo will host a wide variety of companies, with over 75 booths ranging from the AustinHealthTech pavillion, which brings Austin medical startups together, to the Dell Medical School at UT, set...

Sunday Mar 15th, 2015

Session Recap: Creating a Digital Engagement Strategy for Leaders

In case you missed Charlene Li’s Saturday session, Creating a Digital Engagement Strategy for Leaders, don’t worry – here's a quick recap:

Several hundred SXSW-goers attended Li’s session on how to embrace digital transformation in the workplace. Li engaged the audience, sharing the best ways to take on new...

Sunday Mar 15th, 2015

Session Recap: Exploring the Future of Connected Objects

Using the framework of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, Product & Brand Designer Chris McRobbie; Founder of Grafft Ltd., Daniel Fogg; and frog’s Associate Creative Director, Jennifer Dunnam explored the future of connected objects and the internet of things during their panel discussion, “Exploring the Future of Connected Objects”, yesterday...

Sunday Mar 15th, 2015

Startup Village Session Recap: Patagonia: Then, Now, and Tomorrow

Written by Sasha Vliet

In Startup Village yesterday, Patagonia's session covered its evolving business concept that forces us to think about trends such as global participation, how to find the “good” and larger meaning in our lives and even the rate and design of product and design delivery. How does a “slow company”...

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