Monday, May 06, 2019 7:00p -
CIC Venture Cafe
Cambridge, MA 02142
Art, Innovation, Social Good, Tech
Doors open @ 6pm -- Come early and meet other Long Now thinkers -- Presentation starts @ 7pm
Long Now Boston presents selected
FLASH TALKS by members of the Long Now Boston Community.
FLASH TALK concepts will be original, interesting and designed to provoke discussion on science, technology, society or culture with a very long-term perspective, consistent with the aspiration of “striving to be good ancestors.”
Each FLASH TALK will be followed with a Q&A, and audience members will then be asked to vote for their favorite presentation. All FLASH TALK participants will join the final panel conversation and Q&A, after which the winner will be announced.
A Long Now Boston Community Conversation with 8 fascinating talks:
• Consequences of Increasing Life Span: Seth Roades
(founder, Robur Health)
• What will UltraConductive Copper Enable?: Malcolm Burwell
(Founder, UltraConductive Copper)
• Proposal - Heat Planet: Christopher Haines
(NCARB certified Architect)
• Drugging the Undruggable - Phosphate Isostere: Mark Hediger
(Principal, MEH Associates)
• Your Community Lab: Jennifer Clifford
(BosLab Director of Science and Outreach)
• What Comes After Capitalism and Democracy?: Henry Leiberman and Christopher Fry (MIT Media Lab)
• 100 is the New 50: Bryan Agurcia
(Intelligent Aging Strategist / Coach)
• 3D Mobility: Guadalupe Babio
(City Science, MIT Media Lab)
Bring your enthusiasm and your questions for a thought-provoking evening focused on the Long Now. The program will be interactive and the audience will be asked to select their favorite presentation! The winner will receive a $100 reward!
Join the conversation and be part of the solution.
Admission is FREE but tickets are required. Get a ticket at Eventbtite for attending the event and listening to talks.
If you want to propose your own Flash Talk, see the criteria and details here: https://www.longnowboston.org/?p=866
We’re proud and excited to welcome you to the Long Now Boston community.
Cambridge Innovation Center is an in-kind sponsor of this Long Now Boston conversation. We are very grateful for their support.