The future is different today than it was ten years ago. But, you’ll be shocked to hear what it looks like 10 years from now.
EO Seattle welcomes another Singularity University educator (you saw Pascal at retreat) – Amin Toufani – for another discussion around the impacts of exponential technologies on individuals, businesses, governments and economies. As part of this, we’ll discuss disruptive trends in financial markets, cryptocurrencies, economic policy, risk management and even health.
Then, we will dive into the cutting edge of research into human longevity and its massive socioeconomic implications. For the first time in human history, radically extending life is no longer an impossible fantasy. Artificial intelligence, genetic engineering, and nanotechnology have given rise to a paradigm shift in human lifespan research that is beginning to turn science fiction into science fact. Current trends point to a bifurcation of humanity – also known as Homo VivusTM.
Be ready to engage – EO Style – in an interesting topic about the future of our world and its impacts on humanity. Still not convinced, read his bio. What!?!?
Amin is the CEO of T Labs. He was formerly the director of strategy and Vice President of Strategic Relations at Singularity University. Before Singularity, Amin founded for-profit and social impact organizations in a range of domains including: artificial intelligence, peer to peer lending, bitcoin, human rights, international development, carbon offsetting, and solar energy.
1.Google Search ranks him as the world’s best guitar player – a title he readily rejects. 2. He is building the World’s first hedge fund for the poor
3. He has started Reversopedia – a encyclopedia composed of things we know that we don’t know.
Amin has a degree in artificial intelligence from the University of British Columbia, an MBA from Stanford, and an MPA in economic policy from Harvard. He attended Harvard and Stanford concurrently and graduated an Arjay Miller Scholar.
Our signature event sponsor for this event is JLL.