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"MEETING OF THE MINDS: THE FUTURE OF TECHNOLOGY",HOSTED BY CNBC'S
Technology is the new power source for the 21st century and it’s having a profound impact on the way we think, live, and do business around the world. But with advances in technology come challenges as well: who is writing the rules for tech? Can tech bring us prosperity without peril? And how do we control tech without letting it control us? In a CNBC Special, "Meeting Of The Minds: The Future of Technology," hosted by Maria Bartiromo, the biggest and most relevant names in industry gather to answer those questions and chart a path forward.
In an unprecedented one-hour special event, CNBC brings together a panel of leaders and visionaries from the business world, our federal government and academia including Jay Adelson, Former CEO & Chairman, Digg, Inc. and Founder, Former CEO, Current Chairman, Revision3; Vivek Kundra, United States Chief Information Officer; Padmasree Warrior, Chief Technology Officer, Cisco Systems; Glenn Hutchins, Co-Founder & Co-Chief Executive, Silver Lake Partners; Shirley Ann Jackson, Ph.D., President, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; and T.J. Rodgers, Ph.D., Founder, President & CEO, Cypress Semiconductor Corp; for a qualitative discussion on the future of technology.
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