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Friday 8th March 2013

  1. Quantified Year: 365 Days of Tracking Everything to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Friday 8th March

    365 days. Dozens of digital health devices, apps, blood draws and genetic testing. So why would anyone voluntarily commit to such a high-maintenance, tedious and occasionally painful lifestyle? To understand ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Creekside (map)

  2. The New Nature vs. Nurture: Big Data & Identity to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Friday 8th March

    A baby born in the US today will live an algorithmed life. Her education, healthcare, career, who she dates, the ads she sees, what she reads, eats, buys, will be ...

    At Radisson Hotel & Suites Austin-Town Lake, Town Lake Ballroom (map)

Sunday 10th March 2013

  1. How Self-Tracking Geeks are Shaping our Future to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Sunday 10th March

    Sponsored by Hill+Knowlton Strategies Imagine a world in which everything you say and do, and how your body responds, is tracked and analyzed. Our panel features speakers who have imagined ...

    At Wanderlust, Wanderlust (map)

  2. A Better Measure: Health Engagement & higi Score to

    Future15 on Sunday 10th March

    A significant part of the population wants to live and feel better. Unfortunately, most of them don't know what better means and, more importantly, don't want to put too much ...

    At Hilton Austin Downtown, Room 616AB (map)

  3. Wearing Your Health on Your Sleeve (Literally) to

    Future15 on Sunday 10th March

    Part of the problem in changing health and fitness habits comes from a lack of information about where you're going wrong. Did you burn 800 calories in spin class instead ...

    At Hilton Austin Downtown, Room 616AB (map)

Monday 11th March 2013

  1. Designing Wearable Technology & the Augmented Self to

    Meet Up on Monday 11th March

    Wear a watch, or glasses? Perhaps you run with a pedometer in your shoe, or a heart rate monitor on your chest? These are all ways we humans have started ...

    At Driskill Hotel, Maximilian (map)

  2. Wearables: Moving from Niche to Mainstream to

    Future15 on Monday 11th March

    Sensor-laden wearable devices, with their unique ability to capture data generated by the body, will fuel the next wave of growth and innovation in personal computing—part of a larger phenomenon ...

    At Hilton Austin Downtown, Room 615AB (map)

  3. Designing Habits: From Big Data to Small Changes to

    Solo / Dual / Panel on Monday 11th March

    We all know there are vast amounts of data about our lives - our spending, our browsing, our activity - being collected daily. With the recent explosion in inexpensive sensors ...

    At Austin Convention Center, Ballroom EF (map)

  4. Perfection: Algorithms to Optimize Human Existence to

    Future15 on Monday 11th March

    Explore how the widespread proliferation of cheap sensors of all kinds will create a vast collective memory for the planet which will serve as a record of every cause and ...

    At Hilton Austin Downtown, Room 615AB (map)

Tuesday 12th March 2013

  1. The Future of Personalized Health to

    Core Conversation on Tuesday 12th March

    Medicine and healthcare are becoming more personalized, shifting away from population-oriented, mass-market approaches that are reactive to tailored strategies and opportunities that are proactive. Linda Avey discusses personalized medicine and ...

    At Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Capitol View North (map)