Kevin Kelly

  • Digital visionary
    Co-founder, WIRED magazine

Kevin Kelly's Presentations

TEDxAmsterdam 2009 November 2009

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What technology wants: What does technology mean in our lives? Kevin Kelly presents a new definition of technology: "anything useful invented by a mind" - whether it be a hammer or the rule of law. So technology is more than gadgets; it's part of a... More

What technology wants: What does technology mean in our lives? Kevin Kelly presents a new definition of technology: "anything useful invented by a mind" - whether it be a hammer or the rule of law. So technology is more than gadgets; it's part of a great story that started long ago, an extension of life and it is moving through us.

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EG07 December 2007

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Predicting the next 5,000 days of the web: At the 2007 EG conference, Kevin Kelly shares a fun stat: The World Wide Web, as we know it, is only 5,000 days old. Now, Kelly asks, how can we predict what's coming in the next 5,000 days?

Predicting the next 5,000 days of the web: At the 2007 EG conference, Kevin Kelly shares a fun stat: The World Wide Web, as we know it, is only 5,000 days old. Now, Kelly asks, how can we predict what's coming in the next 5,000 days?

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Poptech 2006 October 2006

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Wired editor-at-large Kevin Kelly explores the nature of technology through technology’s eyes. And, watch out!—Kevin thinks we’ll soon be dwarfed by the collective intelligence of all the technology we’re creating.

Wired editor-at-large Kevin Kelly explores the nature of technology through technology’s eyes. And, watch out!—Kevin thinks we’ll soon be dwarfed by the collective intelligence of all the technology we’re creating.

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TED2005 February 2005

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How does technology evolve? Like we did: Tech enthusiast Kevin Kelly asks "What does technology want?" and discovers that its movement toward ubiquity and complexity is much like the evolution of life.

How does technology evolve? Like we did: Tech enthusiast Kevin Kelly asks "What does technology want?" and discovers that its movement toward ubiquity and complexity is much like the evolution of life.

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