Silicon Republic, Europe's leading tech news service, brings you Future Human, the evolution of their successful Inspirefest event. With over 3,000 attendees expected from over 50 countries, Future Human features the leading thinkers in science, robotics, AI, climate action, security, business, health, workplaces and the arts. Future Human will continue to be the most inclusive and forward-looking event in the world.
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A changing climate ‘most likely’ played a role in the birth of farming
Prof Alice Roberts spoke at Future Human 2022 about how farming likely began as a response to climate challenges, and raised questions on the future of agriculture.
Aon’s Eric Andersen: How leaders can prepare for future challenges
At Future Human 2022, Aon’s Eric Andersen discussed how business leaders can mitigate some of the challenges of the future.
‘Failings exist’: Sharon Vosmek on making investment more inclusive
Astia CEO Sharon Vosmek discusses her realisation that black women founders were being overlooked – and what her organisation is doing to address the issue.
Games, art and NFTs: What is the future of the web?
At Future Human, a panel of experts discussed how emerging technologies such as VR, blockchain and NFTs are shaping the future of the web.
Chandrika Narayanan-Mohan: A career written in the stars
Indian-born, Irish-based STEAM enthusiast Chandrika Narayanan-Mohan discussed how her career fuses poetry and astrophysics at Future Human.
‘The fruit is hanging so low’ for voice-banking tech development
At Future Human 2022, Marino Software’s Keith Davey and Maynooth University’s Trevor Vaugh spoke about the latest developments in voice-banking tech and how it can benefit those with motor neurone disease.
A nature-based economy requires a ‘paradigm shift’ in thinking
Siobhan McQuaid of Trinity College Dublin spoke at Future Human 2022 about the benefits of a nature-based economy – and the steps needed to get there.
‘Lifestyle medicine is an important part of how we move forward’
Jack Kavanagh, pharmacist and disability activist, spoke at Future Human 2022 about the future of health and wellbeing.