How Technology Is Challenging Our Notions of What Art Is
Nov. 10, 10:30 am ET
Earlier this year, the artist Beeple sold a JPEG for $69 million. That sparked a frenzied conversation about digital art, the blockchain, and what ownership even means. Here, Beeple will talk with WIRED’s deputy global editorial director Greg Williams. Who knows, maybe we’ll sell it as an NFT.
Tinker Hacker Sailor Spy: The Scourge of Ransomware
Nov. 10, 11:30 am ET
The new director of the US’s Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency, Jen Easterly, joins WIRED contributing editor Garrett Graff to talk about how to tackle cybersecurity challenges on a national scale.
Worldbuilding and World-Fixing: A Conversation With Author Neal Stephenson
Nov. 10, 12:30 pm ET
Legendary novelist Neal Stephenson is no stranger to the future. His books, like Snow Crash, are some of the most influential sci-fi novels of all time. They’re also an eerily prescient take on this hyper-connected bizarro world—and his latest book, Termination Shock, takes on global warming. Watch Neal Stephenson in conversation with WIRED senior correspondent Adam Rogers.
3, 2, 1, Let’s Jam: Cowboy Bebop‘s Journey From Anime to Live-Action
Nov. 10, 4 pm ET
How do you transform one of the most beloved anime series of all time into a live action? Very carefully, for starters. Cecilia D’Anastasio talks with actor John Cho and showrunner André Nemec about Netflix’s new Cowboy Bebop adaptation and how to create something that’s faithful to the source material while also embracing its own style.
Infrastructure Now and Beyond: The Future of Transportation in the US
Nov. 10, 1:30 pm ET
In this session, vice president and chief marketing officer of Nissan, Allyson Witherspoon, talks with Cathy Zoi, the CEO of EVgo, and Dr. Shelley Francis, a cofounder of EVNoire EMobility Intelligence Consulting Group. (This session is sponsored by Nissan.)
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