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November 3

Henry Kissinger, Eric Schmidt and Daniel Huttenlocher:

The Age of A.I.

The Stone Age launched the long process of humankind’s turning its labor over to tools.

The Bronze and Iron Ages propelled the species forward by adding smelting and steel to its metallurgical repertoire.

And by the Age of Reason, our ancestors discovered that rational change was as critical to the improvement of their lives.

Where will the Age of A.I. take us? Sure, to driverless cars, lightning-fast pharmaceutical development and lethal drones. But will it also lead to the outsourcing of thinking?

In The Age of A.I., three of America’s most accomplished thinkers muse on how this new technology might impact our world views, change our societies and affect our very relationship with knowledge.

Diplomat, consultant and author, Henry Kissinger served as the 56th US Secretary of State and the 8th US National Security Advisor.

A technologist, entrepreneur and philanthropist, Eric Schmidt long ran Google and its parent company, Alphabet.

A computer scientist, Daniel Huttenlocher is currently the inaugural dean of the Schwarzman College of Computing at MIT and board chair of the MacArthur Foundation.

Moderated by Roger Hertog, president of the Hertog Foundation, past chaiman of the Tikvah Fund and vice-chairman emeritus of AllianceBernstein LP.

Wednesday, November 3 | 
6:00 pm Eastern
$45, $35 Temple Emanu-El members
Includes a copy of the book
$45, $35 Temple Emanu-El members
Includes a copy of the book

In-Person & Virtual Event

If Covid-19 restrictions prevent large gatherings, this program will become virtual-only. All in-person tickets will automatically transfer. A link to the virtual program will be emailed to buyers the day prior. If a book is included in your ticket purchase, it will be mailed to the address you provide.
No refunds will be available.

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Wednesday, November 3 | 
6:00 pm
$45, $35 Temple Emanu-El members
Includes a copy of the book
$45, $35 Temple Emanu-El members
Includes a copy of the book

The Stone Age launched the long process of humankind’s turning its labor over to tools.

The Bronze and Iron Ages propelled the species forward by adding smelting and steel to its metallurgical repertoire.

And by the Age of Reason, our ancestors discovered that rational change was as critical to the improvement of their lives.

Where will the Age of A.I. take us? Sure, to driverless cars, lightning-fast pharmaceutical development and lethal drones. But will it also lead to the outsourcing of thinking?

In The Age of A.I., three of America’s most accomplished thinkers muse on how this new technology might impact our world views, change our societies and affect our very relationship with knowledge.

Diplomat, consultant and author, Henry Kissinger served as the 56th US Secretary of State and the 8th US National Security Advisor.

A technologist, entrepreneur and philanthropist, Eric Schmidt long ran Google and its parent company, Alphabet.

A computer scientist, Daniel Huttenlocher is currently the inaugural dean of the Schwarzman College of Computing at MIT and board chair of the MacArthur Foundation.

Moderated by Roger Hertog, president of the Hertog Foundation, past chaiman of the Tikvah Fund and vice-chairman emeritus of AllianceBernstein LP.

In-Person & Virtual Event

If Covid-19 restrictions prevent large gatherings, this program will become virtual-only. All in-person tickets will automatically transfer. A link to the virtual program will be emailed to buyers the day prior. If a book is included in your ticket purchase, it will be mailed to the address you provide.
No refunds will be available.

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