Future of Work – Aspen Review Café

07. September 2017 (18:00–18:40)
Pražská tržnice – Holešovice, Prague, Czech Republic

As a part of Future Port Prague on September 7, 2017 Aspen Instituce Central Europe will organize one of the Aspen Review Café series, a side event accompanying the publication of the Aspen Review quarterly.

Join the discussion with Jiří Kůs, the President of the Czech Nanotechnology Industries Association, and Jiří Schneider, the Executive Director of ACE at 18:00. The debate will be based on the text from the the upcoming issue of Aspen Review Third Industrial Revolution and Opportunities Nanotechnology Offers to V4 by Jiří Kůs.

We live in the most extraordinary times marked by exponential human progress. Artificial Intelligence, robots, 3D printing, smart materials, or autonomous cars are all existing technologies today that will turn whole industries upside down tomorrow.

Therefore we invite you to Future Port Prague, a unique futuristic festival that will provide a comprehensive overview of exponential technological trends, their impact on business and our lives, and the tremendous business opportunities they bring.

“I strongly believe that ideas matter. I am glad that since 2012 the Aspen Institute – as a proven platform where ideas and people meet – has been active also in Central Europe. Aspen Institute Central Europe has created a visible footprint in formation of value-based leadership and promotion of innovative approach to policy making. ”

Jiří Schneider


Jiří Kůs

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