Kevin Kelly

Kevin Kelly


There are more presentations and interviews on my YouTube channel

How AI can bring on a second Industrial Revolution
TEDSummit, December 13, 2016

Kevin Kelly and Jerry Kaplan – A Future with Intelligent Machines
Creative Destruction Lab, November 9, 2016

Kevin Kelly | 12 Inevitable Tech Forces That Will Shape Our Future | SXSW Interactive 2016
SXSW, March 14, 2015

The Future of Cloud AI
Huawei Cloud Computing conference, September 18, 2015

The Technium
LinuxCon, September 17, 2013

Future Disruptions: Beyond the Web
Webbdagarna, Stockholm, March 6, 2013

Beginner’s Mind
NJEDge Conference 2012, Plainsboro, November 30, 2012

How Technology Evolves
Interview with Davide Bocelli for Frontiers of Interaction, June 7-8, 2012

[SDF2012] What Technology Wants
Seoul Digital Forum 2012, Seoul, May 23, 2012

Attention Flows: The Future of the Digital Media Landscape
NExTWork, New York, June 22, 2011

2011/05 Kevin Kelly | Possibilities
San Francisco CreativeMornings, May 27, 2011

Better than Free: How Value Is Generated in a Free Copy World
TOC 2011, New York, February 16, 2011

Edge Conversations – DLD11
Digital Life Design Conference, January 24, 2011

The Seventh Kingdom of Life
The INK Conference, Lavasa Hill City, December 10, 2010

TEDxSF – Kevin Kelly – What Technology Wants
TEDxSan Francisco, November 16, 2010

What Technology Wants
TEDxAmsterdam, November 20, 2009

Web 3.0
Web & Where 2.0, Northern California Grantmakers, Feb 14, 2008

The Next 5000 Days of the Web
The Entertainment Gathering, December 4, 2007
[Chinese subtitled version here]
EG, 2007

The Next 1000 Years of Christianity
Q Gathering, April 25, 2007

One Machine
PopTech, October 19, 2006

The Next 100 Years of Science: Long-term Trends in the Scientific Method
Long Now Foundation: Seminars About Long-term Thinking, March 10, 2006

The Seventh Kingdom of Life
[Chinese subtitled version here]
TED, February 2005 in Monterey, CA

An introduction to Apple’s Hypercard, including discussion of use by the Whole Earth Catalog (at 16:36)
Computer Chronicles, 1987. Via Internet Archive.


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