On December 10th, in San Jose, California, we invite you to join a cast of Internet pioneers, innovation leaders, as well as the next generation of positive #ChangeAgents as we discuss the values of a ‘People-Centered Digital Future’ while reflecting on two major milestones.
First, December 10, 2018, celebrates that almost 50% of the world will have access to the Internet. Second, the world will also celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations (UN). This marks almost thirty years since the Internet was made publicly available.
Vint Cerf, Wendy Hall, Tim Berners-Lee, along with key visionaries David Bray, Mei Ling Fung, Marci Harris, and many more positive #ChangeAgents will reflect on the past three decades and pave the path for the future of the Internet and other digital technologies. Panelists will share lessons on how we achieved this connectivity, and more importantly, discuss strategies on how to engage the next generation of innovators and leaders. This event will guide our dialog and next actions to ensure the future of the Internet is accessible to communities and people-centered around the globe.
If you cannot attend the event in San Jose, California, you can you participate with us via virtual live stream, which helps us all reach people far and wide with this event. Click here to watch the livestream for free on December 10th beginning at 08:30 a.m. Pacific Time. If you aren’t available to watch the live version of the event, there will be a recorded version via the same link.
Want to ask a question about the Future of the Internet? From Dec 4-10, we encourage you to access the Q&A and post questions, and upvote items you’re interested in hearing more about. This is an opportunity for you to be a part of this event and to participate in the future of the Internet! Starting Dec 4, go to https://www.sli.do/ and enter the following event code: #OurDigitalFuture
See the full speaker list and more information about the timing of difference discussions at the event here.
Thank you for your support as we keep the Internet People Centered!