Friday will be a day of conversations with some of the biggest names in tech; Saturday will be a day of culture and films that includes stars like Chris Evans, Rob McElhenney, and N. K. Jemisin.On Friday at the Commonwealth Club on the San Francisco waterfront you’ll hear from:
- Anne Neuberger, the director of the NSA’s newly formed Cybersecurity Directorate, who will decrypt the NSA (well, sort of) with WIRED’s own Garrett Graff.
- Matthew Prince, the head of Cloudflare, will talk to WIRED.com editor Megan Greenwell about whether the internet can remain truly free.
- Chef Traci Des Jardins and Memphis Meats founder Uma Valeti will talk to Adam Rogers about the rush to bring fake meat to the table.
- Steven Levy will talk to Brian Acton and Ben Horowitz; Astro Teller will be there; editor in chief Nick Thompson will talk to Patrick Collison of Stripe and Jeff Weiner from LinkedIn and Stewart Butterfield from Slack; WIRED’s science editor, Sandra Upson, will talk to three of the young plaintiffs suing the federal government in the Juliana v. United States climate change case; Dawn Song will talk security and something called differential privacy; Anca Dragan will talk AI; Adam Mosseri and Tracee Ellis Ross will talk Instagram; Chris Cox will talk climate change.