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Sunday, March 9 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Glassholes: The Cultural Dissonance of Technology

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Advancements in wearable technology are leading to a cultural tipping point – constant connectivity will fundamentally change the way humans relate, interact and behave with each other. We're at the very beginning of this new era, one that has the potential for tremendous impact on our daily lives. The topic of wearable technology is already polarizing, with one side of the argument condemning it for perceived security and privacy issues, and the other side upholding it as the next great advancement in computing. In this panel we'll discuss whether always-on technology will result in an epidemic of narcissists and voyeurs, or whether it will ultimately enhance our ability to innovate and create exponentially.

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Perry Fair

Pres/CCOJWTPerry Fair Chief Creative Officer
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Elise Hu

Technology & Culture ReporterNPRElise Hu is a reporter who covers the intersection of technology and culture for NPR's on-air, online and multimedia platforms.
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Patrick Miller

Sr Creative EngineerDeeplocalPatrick Miller is a Senior Creative Engineer at Deeplocal. He specializes in project integration--bridging the gap between physical and digital with software. He has worked on projects with clients such as Google, Gap, and Toyota. He was also on the team... Read More →

Sunday March 9, 2014 3:30pm - 4:30pm CDT
Sheraton Austin, Capitol EFGH

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