Inside the Transformation
Inside the Transformation illustrates the impact and implications of computing through stories of transformative people, companies, or projects. Speakers in this series are visionaries using technology to solve problems in new ways, to redefine boundaries, and even to change our reality. Conversations in this series will also reflect the widespread influence of computing, as speakers from a variety of backgrounds—from medicine to music to the military—will be featured.
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Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg leads a conversation with author Adam Grant about his book,
GitHub CEO Chris Wanstrath discusses the future of coding with Fortune Senior Writer Michal Lev-Ram.
Endgame CEO Nathaniel Fick and
The New York Times cybersecurity reporter Nicole Perlroth talk how governments both defend and launch cyber attacks.
Affectiva CEO Rana el Kaliouby shares how her company is using artificial intelligence to detect human emotion.
DFJ Operating Partner Heidi Roizen and Cloudflare Co-founder Michelle Zatlyn talk about their entrepreneurial paths.
California Endowment SVP Anthony Iton and P2Health Ventures’ Vanessa Mason explore the intersection of health, technology, and equality.
Planetary Resources CEO Chris Lewicki explains how today’s technologies are enabling him to build tools for asteroid mining and space colonization.
Former Facebook Oculus and Google[x] executive Mary Lou Jepsen discusses her newest venture focused on wearable imaging technology.
Square and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey shares his thoughts on bitcoin and his vision for future payment systems.
Stanford Graduate School of Business Associate Professor Michal Kosinski discusses what companies and politicians can learn about you from snippets of your social media data.
Leaders of AI divisions at Facebook, Google, and Microsoft talk about how artificial intelligence can be used to solve social problems.