The entire event was livestreamed, but if you missed it, you can still watch the WIRED HQ sessions below.
Tuesday, January 12
The Triumphs in Medicine: From Research to Deployment—New Approaches to Medical BreakthroughsDr. Jennifer A Doudna, Biochemist at UC Berkeley, Founder of the Innovative Genomics Institute, Coinventor of CRISPR technology, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry 2020; Dr. Melissa Moore, Chief Scientific Officer, Platform Management, Moderna; with Megan Molteni, WIREDHow We’ll Travel (sponsored by Deem, Inc.)Amy Burr, Managing Director, Operations and Partnerships, JetBlue Technology Ventures; David Grace, President, Deem; Gillian Tans, Chairwoman, Booking.com; with Nicholas Thompson, WIREDThe Virtual Workforce: The Shifting Paradigm of What It Means to Go to the Office
Bret Taylor, President and COO, Salesforce; Stewart Butterfield, CEO and Cofounder, Slack; with Megan Greenwell, WIRED
Come back to this page at noon Eastern for the next installment of a series of livestream events with the visionaries, community builders, and problem solvers working to ensure a rosier tomorrow: We’ll hear from the likes of Nextdoor CEO Sarah Friar and journalist Maria Ressa, and we'll learn more about building resilience for ourselves and for the planet.
Wednesday, January 13AI in American Defense: The Policies That Will Shape the Tech IndustryAsh Carter, Director, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School, Former United States Secretary of Defense (2015-2017); with Nicholas Thompson, WIRED
Our Future on the Go: AI, Take the WheelAicha Evans, CEO, Zoox; Chris Urmson, CEO and Cofounder, Aurora; with Aarian Marshall, WIREDVoting Attack Vectors: Protecting Democracy, One Ballot at a TimeChristopher Krebs, Partner, Krebs Stamos Group; with Brian Barrett, WIREDMore From WIRED on CES 2021
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