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Friday, July 15 • 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Ed Hudgins, ATLAS SOCIETY DAY Technological Challenges to Freedom’s Future

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Exponential changes in technology and biotech promise to improve human life. But they face fierce opposition. We must promote the ideas and values that will usher in the new era.

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Jose Cordeiro

Founding Faculty, Singularity University; Director, Millennium Project
Jose Luis Cordeiro is a world citizen in our small planet in a big unknown universe. He was born in Latin America, from European parents, was educated in Europe and North America, and has worked extensively in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas. He has studied, visited and worked in over 130 countries in five continents. He is chair of the Venezuelan Node of the Millennium Project; visiting research fellow at the Institute of Developing... Read More →

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Ed Hudgins

Senior Scholar, The Atlas Society
Dr. Hudgins is a senior scholar at The Atlas Society. He has degrees from the University  | of Maryland, American University, and the Catholic University. He has worked at the  | Heritage Foundation, the Joint Economic Committee of the U.S. Congress, and the Cato  | Institute. He has authored or edited hundreds of articles and policy papers, has appeared  | on most major news shows, and has taught at universities in the United... Read More →

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The Atlas Society

The purpose of The Atlas Society is to inspire and equip people to embrace reason, achievement, and ethical self-interest as the moral foundation for political liberty and personal happiness.  | We promote open Objectivism, a living, growing philosophy founded by Ayn Rand, the author of Atlas Shrugged and Capitalism: the Unknown Ideal, among other works.  | In 2016, our Atlas Summit conference kicks off the week of FreedomFest, July... Read More →

Friday July 15, 2016 2:30pm - 3:20pm
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