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SXSW Interactive 2014

Top Tech Innovation Trends for 2014

Join leading technology insiders as they share the latest and hottest trends in tech innovation, consumer electronics, services, social media and startups – and unveil a top-level view of what’s coming in the near and long-term future. How will our lives and businesses be changed by driverless cars, wearable technology and computers, sensors, 3d printers, curated content, and robotics? What will privacy and personal identity mean within the evolving context of the hyper-connected, always-on age of mobile and big data – and how will this impact channels, choices and purchases? What are the coming trends in health care using a new range of sensors and contextual SDKs (software developer kits) that will sit on our smart phones and other devices we’ll wear? What kind of new devices will we see in the future, and what are the devices that we’re using now that will become much less relevant? What will entertainment look like – and how will we consume it? Kevin O’Malley will moderate.

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Kevin O'Malley, President, TechTalk / Studio

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  • Event: Interactive
  • Format: Panel
  • Track: Entrepreneurialism and Business
  • Level: Intermediate
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