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Technology Speakers for Your Event

by Maddie Donnelly
Future Technology
Demand for speakers on technology, disruption, AI and robotics is currently at an all time high. If you have an event covering the effects of technology on your sector, please take a look at these recommendations.

Greg Williams, Editor-in-chief of Wired magazine
One of the top future trends speakers around, Greg regularly meets with innovators, thinkers, scientists, and entrepreneurs who are changing the world. With a unique combination of storytelling expertise and in-depth knowledge on the future of technology including blockchain and fintech. Greg transforms complex information into entertaining and accessible insights.

Sophie Hackford, Futurist
Formerly on research teams at Oxford and Singularity universities, Sophie gave 50+ tech talks in the past year alone on topics including virtual reality, new machine interfaces, robotics, AI, data, and intelligence, and the future of work. She has an incredible ability to synthesize future-focused insights for businesses.

Nick Seneca-Jankel, Thought-leader and author on breakthrough innovation
Nick is an award-winning disruption expert who has worked with brands including Nike and Disney. Nick’s talks examine the deep structures changing the world including the sustainable consumer, the digital employee and the networked business—and how to adapt to them to ensure your people and organisation thrive.

Jeremy White, Product editor of Wired magazine
Jeremy is in charge of analysing and identifying emerging trends and technological shifts that will impact consumers and businesses. From the Internet of Things to AI, smart homes to smart cities, flying cars to passenger drones, Jeremy has first-hand experience of emerging trends as well as personal contact with the global business leaders driving them.

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