Wednesday, January 15, 2014

The Future of Consumer Intelligence 2014 Brochure Now Available

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The Future of Consumer Intelligence 2014
May 19-21, 2014 // Sheraton Universal // Universal City, CA

As newly appointed Director of Engineering at Google, Ray Kurzweil said he hopes to help create technology that truly understands human language and its real meaning, to truly understand the user.

The world renowned Author, Inventor and Futurist isn't the only one looking for deeper insights and true understanding. As research and insights professionals, we are continually looking for what's next in market research methodologies and insights gathering. The Future of Consumer Intelligence will explore new tools and technologies and bridge the gap between what people say they are going to do and what they actually do.

Download the conference brochure here: http://bit.ly/1lNbrmK

Keynote Spotlight:

The Web Within Us: When Minds & Machines Become One
Ray Kurzweil, Author, Inventor, Futurist, Director of Engineering, Google

At the onset of the 21st century, it will be an era in which the very nature of what it means to be human will be both enriched and challenged, as our species breaks the shackles of its genetic legacy, and achieves inconceivable heights of intelligence, material progress and longevity. The paradigm shift rate is now doubling every decade, so the twenty-first century will see 20,000 years of progress at today's rate.

While the social and philosophical ramifications of these changes will be profound, and the threats that they pose considerable, celebrated futurist Ray Kurzweil presents an inspiring vision of our ultimate destiny in which we will merge with our machines, can live forever, and are a billion times more intelligence... all within the next three to four decades.

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Make history with us in 2014.
Cheers,
The FOCI Team
@TMRE

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