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Join Us for LiveWIRED

On December 5, we’re celebrating WIRED’s 30th anniversary by bringing together the people who have shaped the world we live in, and who are pioneering the tech that will define the next 30 years.

Video: Mònica Losada Servat

The future can look pretty bleak. Climate catastrophes, new diseases, crumbling infrastructure, wealth inequality, cyber risks, geopolitical conflicts, and threats to democracy around the globe are just some of the things now shaking people’s confidence in a better tomorrow.

But human ingenuity is always a cause for hope, and every generation brings new thinkers, activists, entrepreneurs, and builders to work on the world’s biggest challenges.

This year, WIRED will celebrate its 30th anniversary by showcasing the people, platforms, technologies, and ideas that inspire us—and, we hope, will inspire you. Join us on December 5 in San Francisco for a thought-provoking program featuring some of the most influential people in tech, business, science, entertainment, and beyond as we explore technology’s impact on our past, present, and future—and dig into solutions and our optimistic vision for the next 30 years.

What Is It?

LiveWIRED is a one-day, in-person event at The Midway in San Francisco. It will be a mix of speakers, panels, demonstrations, and experiences designed to introduce you to the technologies of tomorrow, showcase some of the most iconic tech of the past 30 years, and give you a chance to go hands-on and play with them.

How Do I Attend?

LiveWIRED is a free event, but space is limited. Apply to attend here, where you'll also find updates on programming announcements and information on our guest speakers, panels, and activations, as well as information on the venue and what to expect when you arrive.

Who Will Be Speaking?

Steven Amato, founder and CEO, Contend

Jade Raymond, president and founder, Haven Studios

Jaron Lanier, scientist, writer, musician; prime unifying scientist of Microsoft

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the Web; CTO and cofounder, Inrupt

John Bruce, CEO and cofounder, Inrupt

Stephen Curry, CEO, 30 Ink

Suresh Singh, secretary-chairman, 30 Ink

Blitz Bazawule, musician, author, artist, filmmaker

Rodrigo Prieto, cinematographer, Barbie and Killers of the Flower Moon

Karen Nyberg, retired NASA astronaut, engineer, and textile artist

Tierra Whack, artist and musician

Tiffany Williams, COO, 30 Ink

Chris Helfrich, CEO, Eat. Learn. Play. Foundation

Erick Peyton, cofounder, co-CEO, and chief creative officer, Unanimous Media

Jennifer Doudna, biochemist and Nobel Prize–winning coinventor of Crispr technology

Jared Isaacman, CEO, Shift4 (NYSE:FOUR); commander, Inspiration4 and Polaris Dawn

Aparna Nancherla, comedian and writer

Faye Wattleton, cofounder and EVP, EeroQ

Rachel Kowert, research director, Take This

Fei-Fei Li, Sequoia Professor in the Computer Science Department at Stanford University; codirector of Stanford's Human-Centered AI Institute

Annalee Newitz, journalist, author, and podcaster

Moriba Jah, cofounder and chief scientist at Privateer Space and Moriba Jah Universal

Yudhanjaya Wijeratne, author

Meredith Whittaker, president, Signal Foundation

Catie Cuan, entrepreneur, engineer, and artist

Reid Hoffman, cofounder, LinkedIn; partner, Greylock

John Hanke, founder and CEO, Niantic

Charlie Jane Anders, writer and editor

Joe Atkinson, vice chair, chief products and technology officer, PwC

Jon Gieselman, president, Expedia Brands, Expedia Group

Matthew Butterick, artist and lawyer

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