Are you wondering what the future of Artificial Intelligence and the implications for work hold for you?
Would you enjoy taking part in a conversation where we explore these rapidly emerging realities?
You don’t need to be a scientist or technologist. You just need to be a person who cares about how we will maintain viable and meaningful lives.
Please join us as speaker Buzz Kellogg leads us through a guided discussion. He will start with a brief overview of changes we face and will then invite us to imagine and discuss the challenges these changes pose:
- What kind of society will run this way?
- What sorts of lives will we be faced with?
FREE for WORK members (Including Friends of WORK Membership)
And $10 a-the-door for Non-WORK Members. Help us keep the lights on and great programs coming your way!
Friday, January 31st, 2020 from 12-1 PM in the WORK Library (10 4th Street, Petaluma). Feel free to bring a bag lunch.
Bio: Nelson R. (“Buzz”) Kellogg enjoys being in conversation with others about topics that spur the imagination. An emeritus professor of The Hutchins School of Liberal Studies Studies at SSU, Buzz spent twenty-three years leading students through adventures in pondering big questions. He is an Historian of Science and Technology with a doctorate from Johns Hopkins University. He has held fellowships from Princeton University, the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (I.E.E.E.) and the Smithsonian Institution. Currently, he serves as a facilitator for Conversation Petaluma.
He invites any and all who are interested to join him as a North Bay Futurist. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org