The second day of C2SV took an introspective look at Silicon Valley, a land of immigrants, innovators and self-absorbed noobs.
The collective message of C2SV’s first day was one of optimism, despite despite a variety of systematic obstacles to be overcome.
Once a year, Creative Convergence Silicon Valley (C2SV) hosts discussions about the rapid march of technology and related subjects, such as privacy, diversity, gender and economic inclusion.
Driverless cars have the ability to ease traffic, save lives and reduce pollution—but, of course, they come with a catch.
It billed itself as “Silicon Valley’s Biggest Annual Gathering” and the “biggest tech event of the year”—a bold boast for an event that had yet to draw a single attendee. Unfortunately for Techmanity and it’s organizers, attendance numbers don’t always align with ambition.