It’s 2020. How are you interacting with machines — and how are they interacting with you? Will you still own a keyboard and mouse, or will clicks give way to words, gestures and even thoughts? How will that change the capabilities of computers, and how we perceive the line between humankind and machine? What will become commonplace that we are only beginning to imagine, and what will fade away as useless novelty? What will ultimately become possible as the everywhere network, natural user interfaces, mobile computing, the cloud and design innovation intersect and advance? Join us as this esteemed group of speakers shares their vision of what the future will look like and how the very notion of computers will change.
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Sponsored by SRI
Walt Johnson, VP, Intelligent Systems Laboratory, PARC
Bill Mark, VP, Information and Computing Sciences, SRI International
Andy Wilson, Principal Researcher, Microsoft
James Temple, Tech Columnist, San Francisco Chronicle