Make more with less. Automate to augment your work. Design in collaboration. Iterate even as you build. And use your own story to shape what's new, what's next. Don't miss this Theater session for an exploration of how you'll work, how your industry will change, and how the story will get told in the future of making things. This important session will feature:
The Future of Work-How technology will help people make more and better things with less
Far from making humans obsolete, today's emerging technologies are helping us become more productive, so that we can make more and better things with less. As we use technology to increase automation and augment our natural human capabilities, we're creating a world that will be better than the one we have today. Join Autodesk Innovation Strategist Bill O'Connor as he talks about the future of work, and how we can all make the most of it.
The Future of Making-Insights from manufacturing to construction and beyond
What exactly is the future of making things? What are the underlying technologies that are changing how we make things, who makes things, and the nature of what we make. Autodesk Fellow and author, Tom Wujec, will share stories and insights from organizations around the world as they transform cars, buildings, infrastructure, clothing, movies, and much, much more. Wujec is the author of The Future of Making. A limited number of attendees will receive a signed copy of the newly published book from Autodesk.
The Future of Storytelling-The science of fiction
Storytelling can map how the future will shape us, and in doing so explore how we can shape the future. In this session, Autodesk Visual Storyteller, Darren Brooker will share his perspective on how building narratives can help us explore the unknown and expand our understanding of the future. Join Darren to learn how storytelling helps Autodesk imagine, design, and create a better world and to discover how to start shaping your future through storytelling.
I have been a passionate user of Autodesk Products, first as a customer and now as a Technologist for the Office of the CTO. I have been with Autodesk since 1998 and currently work with technologies in the Office of the CTO and all things Beta & Labs.