The new Austin Forum on Technology & Society blog complements the regular monthly in-person events by presenting additional, rich content to our audience. This blog content includes new contributions from teach experts, creators, leaders, and enthusiasts, as well recaps of the Austin Forum in-person events, news about the Austin Forum, and potentially other written content. Think of the Austin Forum blog as the best way to catch up on what you missed in person, of learning even more from Austin experts, and for you to also contribute your expertise and insights to the Austin Forum fans and friends. Also, please check out the Austin Forum podcasts, which also complement the in-person events and the written blog posts with short interview & conversations with and among leading tech professionals from Austin and beyond.
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Here’s what Happened at the Austin Forum in June
Thank you to everyone who attended our event at the Central Austin Library, to our main speaker, Rhonda Dirvin from Arm, and all of our special guests - Chris Blanding, Cisco; Guarav Chawla, Dell EMC; Xiaoping Chen, IBM Watson; and Dr. Ted Lehr, City of Austin.
Here’s what Happened at the Austin Forum in May
Thank you to everyone who attended our event at the Central Austin Library, and to our moderator Sherri Greenberg, LBJ School of Public Affairs, The University of Texas at Austin, and our terrific panel - Amy Atchley, Electric Vehicles &
Here’s What Happened at Drones: Changing Business, Agriculture, Security, and More
Thank you to everyone who attended our event at the Central Austin Library, to our speakers, speakers, Craig Nehrkorn, Drone Dynamics and Brandon N. Eickhoff, Director of Business Development – Drone Team, Intel.
During the seven years when serving as the Chief Information Officer (CIO) at The University of Texas at Austin, I encouraged people across campus to continually learn about rapidly evolving
Here’s What Happened at VR, AR and Mixed Reality: Coming to Your Eyes in 2018
Thank you to everyone who attended our event at the Central Austin Library, to our speakers, Patrick Curry of FarBridge and Frank Roan of HookBang, and to their teams for the amazing interactive product demos.
January 18, 2018
It was an honour to present to the Austin Forum. As Jay told me quite a few times, this is a smart audience. Over and above that, for those of us who live a continent away, Austin resonates with