Past Events

13 September,2017 Wednesday

Lecture in France

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16 July,2017 Sunday 12:00 pm

tvN lecture show “Happened to be a grown-up”

Shooting for the TV show
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11 July,2017 Tuesday 2:00 pm

The New challenges of the 21st century

Closed event in Beijing with CCTV

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9 July,2017 Sunday 9:00 am

Lecture at Global AI elite forum

Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China

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8 July,2017 Saturday 1:00 pm

Lecture at ZAOJIU Special: Si-based Generation

Shanghai, China

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6 July,2017 Thursday

Artificial intelligence and the future of mankind

X World Future Evolution, Beijing, China.

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21 June,2017 Wednesday

Lecture in London

Closed Event

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13 June,2017 Tuesday

Jerusalem International Book Fair

Jerusalem, Israel

24 May,2017 Wednesday

JD Capital private event

Xiamen, China

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2 April,2017 Sunday 7:00 pm

Observer Event

Emmanuel Centre
24 March,2017 Friday

Leipzig book fair

22 March,2017 Wednesday

THE INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTOR GLOBAL SUMMIT, BERLIN

Hilton Hotel, Berlin, Germany
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21 March,2017 Tuesday 8:00 pm

Lecture at the Literaturhaus München

Munich, Germany

22 March,2017 Wednesday 6:30 pm

Dussmann Book Store

27 February,2017 Monday 7:30 pm

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SANTA BARBARA

CAMPBELL HALL, UNSB, CA
26 February,2017 Sunday 5:30 pm

KEPLER’S, MENLO PARK, CA

23 February,2017 Thursday 6:45 pm

THE FUTURE OF HUMANKIND CONSIDERED, SMITHSONIAN

In conversation with John Donvan

Evening Program with Book Signing

22 February,2017 Wednesday 8:00 am

Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs

Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow

22 February,2017 Wednesday 6:00 pm

HARVARD BOOK STORE

In conversation with Michael Sandel
21 February,2017 Tuesday 7:30 pm

92ND Y NYC

Yuval Harari in conversation with Dan Ariely
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11 February,2017 Saturday 4:30 pm

STANFORD UNIVERSITY, CALIFORNIA

Structured Liberal Education (SLE), Stanford University

 

In conversation with Chris Cox