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Designing the Future with Game-Changers, Presented by SAP

Designing the Future with Game-Changers, Presented by SAP

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April 13th 2017:Designing the Future: Tech Trends Impact - Part 2

The buzz: “The robot that takes your job should pay taxes” (Bill Gates). On Part 1, our panel peered ahead to describe future tech trends and their impact on blue collar and white collar occupations. Today on Part 2, they’ll cover how tech innovations including machine learning, AI, predictive modeling and 3D printing are impacting us right now. The experts speak. Gray Scott, SeriousWonder.com: “One of the definitions of sanity is the ability to tell real from unreal. Soon we'll need a new definition" (Alvin Toffler). Jeremy C. Thomas, Carom: “Do not quench your inspiration and your imagina

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Gray Scott

Gray Scott is a New York based futurist, techno philosopher and emerging technology experts. He is the founder and CEO of SeriousWonder.com. Gray is frequently interviewed about the future of emerging technologies by major media outlets including the Discovery Channel, CBS News, Al Jazeera America, FOX News, The Washington Post, Psychology Today, and the New York Post. He is a contributing author of the upcoming book THE FUTURE OF BUSINESS that will be published on June 11th by Fast Future Publishing.
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Jeremy C. Thomas

Leveraging his experience with design thinking, business model and value proposition design, Jeremy C. Thomas, Founder and Chief Catalyst at Carom, works with companies large and small to push the boundaries by challenging conventions and traditions, to step off of expected paths away from methodologies that mire companies in old ways of thinking. He is involved in his own projects as Carom, as well as working with SAP to drive Envision workshops. He believes it's important to embrace the philosophy of innovation, not just a methodology of innovation, to ensure we are present in every moment to recognize opportunities to create the most value for the most people.
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Jennifer Ford

Jennifer Ford is the Executive Director for the N. American Presales Design Thinking Team at SAP. She has been a creative and engaged SAP colleague for 12 years in various Market Units within N. America working with industries including Industrial Manufacturing & Components, Automotive, Consumer Packaged Goods, Wholesale & Distribution, Mining, Public Sector, Utilities and Higher Education. SAP uses Design Thinking internally and has for the last decade. Through various iterations of the different techniques, we began working with our customers on the methodology and mindset approximately three years ago and Jennifer was an early adopter and practitioner. Prior to SAP, she was with JD Edwa
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