SPRING SPEAKER SERIES
MARCH 14 - APRIL 22
THE SPEAKER SERIES
Every year since 2016, Envision has hosted an international conference to inspire students and industry leaders to pursue the prudent advancement of emerging technologies. We believe that to ensure that the future is bright, one needs to consider in depth the human implications of technological developments. Developments regarding the COVID pandemic make these efforts more important than ever. That’s why we’re planning our first-ever speaker series for Spring 2022.
The speaker series will feature:
1. Weekly hour-long talks on the mitigation of human risk in the development of emerging technologies. Speakers consist of leaders from a variety of fields in science, engineering, policy, philosophy, and business.
2. A networking session. Date TBD.
Registration will open to undergraduate students from all Universities and early-career researchers in early March. In the meantime, we invite all who are interested to fill out the interest form to receive the registration form when it opens!
WHAT IS ENVISION?
Founded by students
of Princeton University in 2016, Envision brings together current and future engineers, policy makers, scientists, philosophers, business leaders, and others who will lead the world in intellectual innovation.
Together, we explore
technological trends and their implications for our futures. We promote prudence in the development and use of technology across sectors and disciplines. Ultimately, we aim to pioneer a brighter future.
We empower current and future global leaders to pursue the prudent advancement of social and scientific policy, systems, and technologies, for a brighter future.
In its rich five-year history, Envision has aimed to fulfill its mission through many means. We've hosted annual conferences, seasonal trips, and on-campus initiatives to reach many worldwide. In addition, we have also established a podcast series and a digital newsletter where we hope to promote, understand, and explore various technologies and disciplines. Here's a quick overview over our legacy: