Distinguished Speaker Series: John Gage
The Impact of Future Technology on Society
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Tony Wasserman, Software Methods and Tools.
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John Gage, Chief Researcher and Director of the Science Office, Sun Microsystems
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Speaker Bio: John Gage
One of the founders of Sun Microsystems, John Gage is responsible for Sun's relationships with world scientific and technical organizations, and for public policy and governmental relations relating to science and technology.
In 1995, Gage created NetDay, a volunteer project to connect all schools and libraries to the Internet.
Gage has served and continues to serve on numerous boards and advisory panels, including those for the National Library of Medicine, FermiLabs, NetDay, Schools On Line, The Markle Foundation Task Force on National Security, and the United States Institute for Peace. He is a frequent keynote speaker at industry and public policy conferences around the world.
PARC-George E. Pake Auditorium
3333 Coyote Hill Road
Palo Alto, CA
6:00-7:00pm Registration/Networking/Live Music & Light Snacks
$10 SDForum, CHM, ACM SF Bay Area Chapter, and CSPA members
$10 TiE Members please phone 408-494-8306 to register with discount)
Pre-Registration Closes at 2:00pm, the day of the event.
Cost at the door
$15 SDForum, CHM, ACM SF Bay Area Chapter, and CSPA members
$15 TiE Members*
Members of discounted and co-hosting organizations without a coupon code for this event should call 408-494-8306 to register.
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