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Emerge2013: The Future of Truth
Emerge2013 will unite those making the future and those thinking about what it all means.
Feb. 28 – March 2, 2013 Arizona State University / Tempe, Arizona
We understand the world through stories. Our stories may be rooted in rigorous fact or unbounded imagination but, being incomplete, they are always lies. Many are useful, however, because humans are pattern-seeking animals. Stories are the way we make sense of a complex world. We build our very selves through the stories that make sense to us – that we chose to believe.
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“…..you don’t have to be a geek, nerd, or egghead to attend”.
“Though it’s true that the forward-looking event, which aims to envision mankind’s future through a melding of art and science, is a cerebral experience…..” continue reading
“… was the future of truth and the idea that no one person or profession has a lock on truth, but by bringing everyone together, it would create something that is larger than the sum of its parts.” continue reading
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Emerge 2015 Research StudyMarch 4, 2015-Investigators: Megan Halpern, Brenda Trinidad, Carlo Allende, Ed Finn, Ruth Wylie We would like to better understand your experiences at Emerge, in part, to create more engaging projects like Emerge in the future, and in part to understand the relationship between presenters and audiences. Our findings will be reported internally to build the next Emerge event, and will also beRead more
The OracleFebruary 18, 2015-The Oracle of South Scottsdale already knows our future. As with any good Oracle, you get to ask one – and only one – question. So make it the most important question you can possibly imagine.
The Happiness ProjectFebruary 4, 2015-Sustainability researchers and community members explore how we can work together to build happier neighborhoods through sustainability interventions.
The Deep Time Photo LabJanuary 21, 2015-Build a pinhole camera with a 100-year exposure time to hide somewhere in the Phoenix area, invisibly monitoring changes in the urban landscape between now and 2115.
The Future Fairy Tales, With LegosJanuary 21, 2015-Created by Camilla Jensen and Tamara Christensen Create your own fairy tale from the future in an epic Lego build led by experts in the art and science of Lego Serious Play.