So far, 2020 has made the future seem scary, if not unimaginable. But it’s still possible to feel excited about what comes next, and this year’s WIRED25 honorees are here to pave the way. During a normal WIRED25 celebration of our annual list, we would gather in San Francisco to hear from CEOs, activists, scientists, authors, and more. This year is hardly normal, so instead we brought the conversation to you.
On September 30 we livestreamed the final installment of our series of events with the visionaries, community builders, and problem solvers working to ensure a rosier tomorrow. We heard from the likes of Anthony Fauci and Audrey Tang, and we learned more about solving the many problems that have emerged in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
We livestreamed the entirety of the event on this page, as well as on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. All WIRED25 livestream conversations were free to attend. And you can watch every past session below.
- Marc Rogers, VP of Cybersecurity, Okta, Nate Warfield, security researcher, Microsoft, and Ohad Zaidenberg, founder and executive, CTI League, with Andy Greenberg, WIRED
- Maddie Stone, security researcher, Google Project Zero, with Lily Hay Newman, WIRED
- Ben Adida, executive director, VotingWorks, with Lily Hay Newman, WIRED
- Patrice Peck, journalist, with Alan Henry, WIRED
- David Saah, professor and director of Geospatial Analysis Lab at University of San Francisco and managing principal, Spatial Informatics Group, and LeRoy Westerling, professor of management of complex systems, University of California, Merced, with Daniel Duane, WIRED
- Celia Hodent, game UX strategist, and Drew Blackard, VP of product management, Samsung Electronics America, with Irene Au, Khosla Ventures (sponsored)
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