In an Australian first, and in a quest to discover what we are all really thinking, RESORT 2017 will see New York Times Opinion Editor, modern day philosopher and former Google scientist Seth Stephens-Davidowitz take centre stage as our in-house, event philosopher!
Join us on Sunday 29 October at Brisbane Powerhouse for a key note discussion, presented by WLTH in partnership with Brisbane Times – Seth will draw on trillions of gigabytes of search data in his key note presentation entitled ‘What Google can tell us about who we really are: A window into the human psyche’ – secure your tickets here!
The former Google data scientist and author of Everybody Lies will draw on his research to reveal what we really think, in a highly insightful, sometimes shocking and incredibly amusing afternoon at Brisbane Powerhouse –
“People are constantly lying, but they tend to be really honest with Google,” says Seth.
“I look forward to delving into the data for RESORT on James Street and coming to Australia for the very first time,” he said.
Seth will explore how Google searches open an unprecedented window into human behaviour, choice, and decision-making – after all, we offer up 8 trillion gigabytes of data every day. If you have a smart phone and use the Internet, you’re going to want to hear what Seth knows about you!!!
October 9, 2017