Jason Silva To Speak At PSFK CONFERENCE NYC 2012

Futurist and filmmaker will discuss the nature of inspiration, and how the exponential growth curves of technology are shrinking the lag time between what we can imagine and what we create.

On March 30, 2012, we will be hosting our sixth annual PSFK CONFERENCE NYC celebrating and sharing new ideas. Since 2007, the PSFK conference series has catered to creative professionals from around the world, exploring the latest trends, inspirations, and ideas. PSFK brings together the world’s leading creative thinkers with both established and emerging business leaders to bring to life the conversations that take place daily on PSFK.com.

Our conferences offer a diverse program of speakers with backgrounds in art, technology, design, marketing, and media, creating an environment where disparate ideas can come together in new ways to fuel work that changes the world for the better. We set an agenda that allows participants to meet and discuss with one another, together sharing and building upon the ideas that emerge onstage. Click here to purchase tickets and find additional information about this year’s event.

At  the conference, the filmmaker and futurist Jason Silva will discuss the nature of inspiration, and how the exponential growth curves of technology are shrinking the lag time between what we can imagine and what we create.

In addition to exploring the co-evolution of humans and technology, Silva will talk about how ideas are just as real as the neurons they inhabit and the importance of competing in the marketplace of ideas. Jason Silva was recently described as “part Timothy Leary, part Ray Kurzweil, and part Neo from The Matrix.” From 2005 to 2011, Venezuela-born Silva was a presenter on Current TV, the Emmy winning, independent cable network started by former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, where he hosted, wrote and produced over 100 hours of original content.

Jason recently launched a series of non-commercial micro-documentaries exploring the co-evolution of humans and technology

Jason Silva / @jason_silva

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