Dr. Poppy Crum: How Humans Will Evolve with Technology

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How do we evolve with technology? Dr. Poppy Crum, Chief Scientist at Dolby Laboratories, asks the fundamental question of the information age. Dr. Crum’s compelling approach to technology is centered around improving the well-being of individuals by analyzing aspects of our physiology. We all see, hear, and feel a little differently. 

In this address, Dr. Crum focuses on how personalized data and technologies continue to shape us as humans demonstrating how we can intersect with technologies--virtual and augmented reality, wearables, AI and machine learning. She explores how video games can change the way you process environments, how changes in linguistics can predict diseases like Alzheimer’s to combat early symptoms.

Dr. Crum is a frequent speaker on topics related to the intersection of human experience, artificial intelligence, sensory data-science, and immersive technologies. Her fast paced and thought-provoking presentations encourage audiences to embrace new technology rather than fear it. Dr. Crum dives deep into the advancements that will change the world in coming years.

To learn more about Dr. Crum’s speech topics and how they could apply to your organization’s next meeting you can visit her speaking page, e-mail or call us at 1-800-SPEAKER.  

Expert in Technology-Driven Innovation & Human Evolution, Stanford University Adjunct Professor, Chief Scientist at Dolby Laboratories, Neuroscientist, and Technologist

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Poppy Crum works to bridge the gap between technology and insightful, effective human interaction. As a multi-dimensional advocate of empathetic technology, she builds technologies that best leverage human physiology to enhance our experiences and how we interact with the world. Poppy serves as the Chief Scientist at Dolby Laboratories and as an Adjunct Professor at Stanford University in the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics and Program in Symbolic Systems. Poppy is dedicated to the development of immersive technologies that leverage human physiology and perceptual realities to enhance our experiences and interactions in the world. She is a frequent speaker on topics related to the intersection of human experience, artificial intelligence, sensory data-science, and immersive technologies.