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November 6 and 7, 2019 - Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco



SingularityU Mexico Summit



After 2 years of resounding success and successful results, return to Mexico, Singularity University to bring the latest technological advances, trends in different industries and the tools to place your business at the forefront and achieve exponential growth.

With speakers that you have not seen before, innovative workshops and the world's leading innovation community, SingularityU Mexico Summit in Jalisco is a space specially designed to provoke conversations about the future; on global trends and technologies that include robotics, artificial intelligence, biotechnology, nanotechnology, blockchain, energy and much more

Do not miss the opportunity to listen lively to those who are changing the world, so that it is you who builds the future of our country.

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What is Singularity University?


Singularity University (SU) is a global learning and innovation community that uses exponential technologies to solve the world’s biggest challenges and build an better future for all.

The collaborative platform empowers individuals and organizations to learn, connect, and innovate with disruptive solutions using accelerating technologies like artificial intelligence, robotics, and biotechnology.

Based at NASA Research Park in Silicon Valley, with members from 119 countries and over 431 impact initiatives. The SU community includes entrepreneurs, corporations, impact organizations, governments, investors, and academic institutions that are driving positive change in the areas of health, environment, security, education, energy, food, prosperity, water, space, disaster resilience, shelter, and governance.

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"Any company that was created to succeed in the 20th century is designed to fail in the 21st century."

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"Let's not use technology to make life easier, but to make life better."

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Vivian Lan

Exponentials

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Vivian Lan

Director of the SingularityU Mexico Summit

Innovation with social responsibility and the use of technology to help humanity are the main drivers of Vivian Lan, who besides studying graphic design at Mexico City, specializing in plastic arts in New York and being a Montessori guide, has always been involved in projects of social impact. In 2013 she attended Singularity University at NASA, where she studied the use of exponential technologies, in order to integrate them into humanitarian work and apply them to change the world. After graduating Vivian became the ambassador of Singularity University in Mexico, in addition to serving as Director of Ecosystem of Innovation in the Presidency of the Republic and the Exponential Growth Director in ExO Works. Currently Vivian gives international talks and is the director of the SingularityU Mexico Summit, an initiative to promote Mexico through collaboration, to build a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship.

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Jamie Metzl

Jamie Metzl

Genetic Engineering and
the Future of Humanity


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Jamie Metzl

Genetic Engineering and the Future of Humanity

Technology Futurist, Geopolitics Expert, Sci-Fi Novelist, Keynote Speaker

Jamie Metzl is a technology futurist and geopolitical expert, novelist, entrepreneur, media commentator, and Senior Fellow of the Atlantic Council. In February 2019, he was appointed to the World Health Organization expert advisory committee on developing global standards for the governance and oversight of human genome editing.

Jamie previously served in the U.S. National Security Council, State Department, Senate Foreign Relations Committee and as a Human Rights Officer for the United Nations in Cambodia. He is a former Partner of a New York-based global investment firm, serves on the Advisory Council to Walmart's Future of Retail Policy Lab, is a faculty member for Singularity University's Exponential Medicine conference, was Chief Strategy Officer for a biotechnology company, and ran unsuccessfully for the U.S. House of Representatives from Missouri's Fifth Congressional District in Kansas City in 2004. Jamie has served as an election monitor in Afghanistan and the Philippines, advised the government of North Korea on the establishment of Special Economic Zones and is the Honorary Ambassador to North America of the Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry, and Energy.

Jamie appears regularly on national and international media discussing Asian economic and political issues and his syndicated columns and other writing on Asian affairs, genetics, virtual reality, and other topics are featured regularly in publications around the world. He is the author of a history of the Cambodian genocide, the historical novel The Depths of the Sea, and the genetics thrillers Genesis Code, Eternal Sonata, Hacking Darwin: Genetic Revolution, and the Future of Humanity.

A founder and Co-Chair of the national security organization Partnership for a Secure America, Jamie is a board member of the International Center for Transitional Justice, the American University in Mongolia, and Parsons Dance, and a member of the Advisory Board of the Brandeis International Center for Ethics, Justice, and Public Life. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations is a former White House Fellow and Aspen Institute Crown Fellow. Jamie holds a Ph.D. in Asian history from Oxford, a JD from Harvard Law School, and is a magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Brown University.


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Doug Stephens

Future of retail

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Doug Stephens

Future of retail

Doug Stephens is one of the world's foremost retail industry futurists. His intellectual work and thinking have influenced many of the world's best-known retailers, agencies and brands including Walmart, Google, Home Depot, Disney, BMW, Citibank, and Intel. Doug is also listed as one of retail's top global influencers by Vend.com. Before founding Retail Prophet, Doug spent over 20 years in the retail industry, holding senior international roles including the leadership of one of New York City's most historic retail chains.

Doug is the author of the groundbreaking book, The Retail Revival: Reimagining Business for the New Age of Consumerism, and the nationally syndicated retail columnist for CBC Radio. Doug also co-hosts the popular web series, The Future In-Store and sits on the advisory boards of the Dx3 Digital Conference and the David Sobey Centre for Innovation in Retail & Services at St. Mary’s University.

His unique perspectives on retailing, business and consumer behavior have been featured in many of the world’s leading publications and media outlets including The New York Times, The BBC, Bloomberg Business News, TechCrunch, The Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal and Fast Company. Doug speaks regularly to major brands and organizations across North and South America, Europe, Asia, The Middle East, and Australia.

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Samantha Rodocchia

Samantha Radocchia

The future of logistics
and supply chains


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Samantha Rodocchia

The future of logistics and supply chains

Samantha Radocchia, or “Sam Rad” for short, is an entrepreneur, keynote speaker, author, and emerging tech advocate who combines the mindsets of an anthropologist and a technologist.

Sam has delivered keynotes globally and led corporate trainings at Fortune 500 corporations, trade associations, conferences, national governments, NGOs, investment firms, and the United Nations, educating leaders on the technologies and cultural shifts that will shape their organizations—and daily lives—in the years to come.

A reformed gamer, she started studying virtual currencies in 2009 while writing her anthropology thesis on currency exchanges in the virtual world “Second Life.” Since then, she has founded three companies, holds several patents, and was an early outspoken voice in blockchain as the co-founder of Chronicled, an enterprise blockchain company focused on supply chain. Samantha now consults executives, trade associations, governments, and investors on emerging technology trends and delivers keynotes at events worldwide.

In addition to emerging technology, Samantha is deeply passionate about Future of Work, Future of Production, Future of Community/Governance, Future of Cities, Future of Finance, Future of Wellness as well as sustainability, not just in respect to the environment, but in business. She has built experimental cities, leveraging blockchain, IoT, robotics, and AI; assisted in the creation of large scale RPG game design and virtual world architecture; deployed mesh sensor networks across small and medium-sized cities; worked with governments to track temperatures of volatile substances and medicines across hostile environments; created globally distributed and decentralized organizations of 1000+ members and helped companies shift to embrace remote work; assisted in the creation of a decentralized voting and governance system; rolled out identity and cryptocurrency to disaster zones and refugee camps; architected a decentralized manufacturing network with connected 3D printers and 3D knitters; deployed a drone delivery and authentication service on blockchain; assisted in the creation of a smart charging station for autonomous vehicles; and more. She also is trained in and speaks on organizational culture and theory, particularly as we shift to globally distributed and remote workforces. Her lectures on risk, emotionally intelligence, and intuition have been featured by globally recognized universities such as MIT, Columbia, and UCL.

She writes in her blog on “Radical Next Ideas,” and believes that the idea of Radical Evolution is paramount to the, now outdated, Digital Transformation mindset. She seeks to utilize technology to empower, not entrench.

She was named to the 2017 Forbes 30 Under 30 List for Enterprise Technology and has accumulated over 700 jumps as a competitive skydiver.


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Anita Schjøll Brede

Artificial Intelligence


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Anita Schjøll Brede

Artificial Intelligence

Anita is the CEO and Co-Founder of Iris.ai; one of the 10 most innovative artificial intelligence companies in 2017 according to Fast Company. Iris.ai is an AI Science assistant, able to read and connect scientific knowledge, that will grow up to be the world’s first AI Researcher within a decade.

Anita was announced by Forbes to be one of the World’s Top 50 Women in Tech in 2018. She thoroughly enjoys her time on stage, has done two TEDx talks and 500 startups, SU Global Grand Challenges Awards and TechCrunch Disrupt Startup Battlefield alumni.

Anita has never had what she refers to as "a real job" and Iris.ai is her fourth own startup. The past 10 years of her career have spanned over 9 industries including developing an e-learning tool in Silicon Valley, performing theatre for babies, reducing energy consumption in the process industry through heat exchanger network optimization, getting 30 (mainly middle-aged, male) engineers to dance to ABBA in front of their co-workers, facilitating solar light business creation in Kenya, being in the center of several startups crashing and burning, organizing entrepreneurial conferences and trying to disrupt the recruitment industry. She also dropped by 6 universities on the way. And built a race car.

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Dr. Lauri Reuter

Dr. Lauri Reuter

Future of Food

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Dr. Lauri Reuter

Future of Food

Lauri Reuter is an expert in the future of food, and the guy to ask if you’ve ever wondered what we are going to eat in the future, and how all that food is going to be produced. He works as a Senior Specialist of Disruptive Technologies at VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland.

He has a PhD. in Biotechnology and is an alumnus of the Singularity University Global Solutions Program (2017). This year, he was listed as one of the 35 under 35 shapers of the future in Finland.

He is a specialist in cell biology, genetic engineering, and protein production, and is passionate about securing food production in the future. On this planet and the next one. In his talks, Lauri questions some of the most ingrained assumptions on food and visions a post-agricultural green world.


Dr. Lauri Reuter
Ana Aparicio Coronado

Ana Aparicio Coronado

Orchestra of the Americas

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Ana Aparicio Coronado

Orchestra of the Americas

Ana Andrea was born in Maracay, Venezuela. She started her musical studies in the Orchestra System and Youth Choirs of Venezuela. She has participated as a soloist in varied settings with Venezuela’s orchestras. She was awarded the “Bolivarian Order of the City of Maracay” in its only class for academic and cultural merit. In 2013 she finished her studies at the “Federico Villena” and gained her Master Performer certification. She has performed with the Orchestra of the Americas in 2016, 2017 and 2018. She has been directed by the likes of Simon Ratlle, Gustavo Dudamel, Benjamin Zander, Carlos Miguel Prieto, Rafael Payare, Christian Vasquez among others. In 2017 she was accepted into the Catalonia Higher School of Music, after which she received a scholarship to study at Texas Christian University. At the moment she studies music and economics at Bard College (United States).

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Elena Benítez Gómez

Elena Benítez Gómez

User experience

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Elena Benítez Gómez

User experience

Observer and critical, she grew up analyzing how things worked. Her curious and rebellious nature led her to wonder about new ways of doing, imagining endless possibilities to change what she didn't like. Years later, she understood that what in her childhood represented trouble, became the basis of her professional life.

She began her career in branding and strategic communication programs at MBLM Mexico, where she became Creative Director. She implemented branding programs for large companies such as Mabe, Financiera Independencia, Kaluz, Comex, Alsea, and had the opportunity to work with their great visionary Mexican leaders.

She also worked as an independent consultant, where she had the opportunity to collaborate with small digital-born startups: new projects, propositive companies, with proactive leaders Inspired by this energy, she learned to experiment and move forward without fear of change, collaborating with projects such as e-baby, Experimenta, pointer, invent and briq, among others.

Currently, as Director of Innovation of Ábargon, she consults companies such as Marzam, Gayosso, Crehana, Enroll U, Farmacias Especializadas and independent entrepreneurs to design strategies for the future and accompany them during their implementation and development. She gives talks and moderates workshops, as part of her task to break down barriers and bring Mexican companies closer to the world of innovation. She sees herself as a catalytic element within a work team. Passionate about collaborating and adding talent, sees change as a constant and philosophy of life. She’s always open and looking for new challenges and opportunities.

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Dr. Taddy Blecher

Dr. Taddy Blecher

Future of education


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Dr. Taddy Blecher

Future of education

Dr. Taddy Blecher is part of the SingularityU South Africa faculty with a focus on Exponential Education. He is CEO of the Maharishi Institute and the Imvula Empowerment Trust.

He is a pioneer of South Africa’s free tertiary education movement and has helped establish six free-access institutions of higher learning. He also co-founded the Branson Centre of Entrepreneurship with Sir Richard Branson.

Taddy is a World Economic Forum Global Leader of Tomorrow and Young Global Leader of the World. He has also received two honorary doctorates.

As a qualified actuary and management consultant, Taddy is passionate about the approach of Consciousness-Based Education, which develops the full potential of every student.


Dr. Taddy Blecher


Nathaniel Calhoun

Nathaniel Calhoun

Digital money

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Nathaniel Calhoun

Digital coins

Nathaniel Calhoun helps guide Singularity University's approach to changemaking and impact as a founding member and Vice-Chair of its Global Grand Challenge Faculty. He has moderated numerous SU Executive Programs and Directed SU's flagship impact program, the Global Solutions Program (GSP).

Nathaniel closely tracks innovations in emerging decentralized and platform cooperative technologies that create brand new business models and opportunities. He tracks disruptive and precedent-setting changes within policy, especially related to governance and civic technologies. He specializes in helping both private and public sector actors to understand how to leverage and prepare for the growth of these and related trends, offering a unique take on the options facing an aspiring "exponential organization."

Nathaniel also supervises the creation and implementation of digital technologies at a global scale that help alleviate poverty while increasing business literacy along with digital and financial services in Sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia. He does this work through CODE Innovation, a consulting company he founded in 2009 to help organizations like UNICEF and Plan International to use web and mobile technologies more effectively. Code Innovation has received financial support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to further develop its Self Help Group digital platform, which is growing exponentially in nine languages and more than a dozen countries.

Nathaniel has two decades of experience in the field of education, public speaking, moderation and resilience building. He tracks the threat of technological unemployment and the relative merits of the solutions that humanity is offering around this issue. After living and working in Africa for more than a decade, Nathaniel enjoys helping organizations to think through their strategies with new and emerging markets.


Nathaniel Calhoun
Nathaniel Calhoun

Xochitl Guadalupe Cruz Lopez

Cience and entrepenurship

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Xochitl Guadalupe Cruz Lopez

Xóchitl Guadalupe Cruz López is 10 years old and lives in the city of rá a cabo en Mérida Yucatán, donde también se llevará a cabo la Cumbre Mundial de los Premios Nobel de la Paz.

San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chiapas; She is currently in fifth grade at the Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez school.

In the third grade of preschool, she met the Adopt a Talent Program (PAUTA), since she was very young, she has been curious and participatory in everything. When she entered PAUTA, she found it very interesting and from there he has had many opportunities such as participating in state and national fairs.

Her first participation in public was when she spoke about "dogs" especially the Xolohiscuintle, there she managed to get a diploma of participation, but at that moment she realized that she liked to be an exponent.

In elementary school, Xochitl carried out a project called "The Essence of Xochitl", where she sets up a home laboratory to extract the essence of flowers, with this project she obtained first place at the state fair of PAUTA.

In 2017 participated in the state expo-sciences with the same project and obtained the first place and a pass for the national expo that took place in La Paz, Baja California, obtaining recognition for outstanding project. Following this event, she also received the prize awarded to the scientific woman by the ICN.

In 2018 she signed up to participate in IDEAS MADE IN MEXICO, where she was a finalist and exhibited her project in Mexico City, obtaining second place nationwide. She was currently nominated in billion acts, where she passed to the final that will be held in Mérida Yucatán, where the World Summit of the Nobel Peace Prizes will also be held.


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Nicole Domit

Nicole Domit

Light Coach

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Nicole Domit

Light Coach

Passionate woman about helping people to live a fuller and happier life, finding a practical spirituality through different tools such as meditations, courses, books, conferences, workshops, advice and personalized sessions, among others …

Firm believer that we are much more than body and mind and that considering everything we are, the responsibility of our actions, connecting with ourselves and using the right tools, we can create the life and future we so much desire.

Invite to live a more complete and balanced life in which all aspects of your being are aligned to achieve your goals while you enjoy the journey.

Studies, certificates and experience:


- Certification as Angel Therapy Practitioner with Doreen Virtue 2011
- Oneness Deeksha Giver Mexico 2012 Certification
- Awakening the Illuminated Heart of Drunvalo Melchidezek 2012
- Certified Heal your life Teacher Training by Louise Hay 2013
- Spirit Junkie Master Class I Certificate with Gabrielle Bernstein 2015
- B-School with Marie Forleo 2016
- Holistic Entrepeneur Certificate with Maria José Flaqué 2017
- Certified Assertiveness Coach with Doreen Virtue 2017- currently.
- More than 25 years of experience in meditation
- More than 7 years teaching courses, sessions, conferences and professional meditations, unifying all this knowledge.
- Creator of Discover your Light (digital platform of practical spiritual tools) and LëkkiMe (jewelry with intention).
- Writer of books that will be launched in 2019.


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Darrell Etter

Darrell Etter

Survirving in a disruptive world

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Darrell Etter

Survirving in a disruptive world

Darrell Etter is a creative futurist who specializes in additive manufacturing as well as utilizing Fujifilm’s Core technologies to provide solutions to a wide range of customer needs. He is a multi-faceted professional with 15+ years of experience working in international environments (Europe, US, Asia). His industry experience is strategy and business development across consulting, consumer goods marketing, and manufacturing sectors.

He is passionate about building bridges between our technologies and customer needs, shared value strategies, strategic partnerships, project management, ideation, corporate social responsibility, emerging markets, business development, and marketing.

Darrell started at a Xerox company and has been involved at several startups in the digital printing, scanning, and digital manufacturing arena. He is currently working at two positions at Fujifilm; Manager of Open Innovation Hub in Santa Clara California, and Deposition Technology Evangelist. Focusing in the following fields: Automotive / mobility, Digital Manufacturing, Healthcare Biomaterials, Energy & Environment, and Infrastructure.


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Konstantin Evmenkin

Orchestra of the Americas

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Konstantin Evmenkin

Orchestra of the Americas

Konstantin studied at the Moscow Conservatory as a cello soloist under the guidance of master cellist Natalia Tchaikovskaya. He studied in the “Life and Movement” school of music with Elizabiet Krengel. He had his debut as a soloist in 2016 with the Ollin Yoliztli Symphonic Youth Orchestra under the guidance of master Rodrigo R. Elorduy. In 2011 he won the first and third prize in the International Chamber Music Competition in Moscow. In 2002 he won the third Price in the National Competition for String Instruments in the city of Orel (Russia). His repertoire includes Bach’s suites, Haydn’s concerts in Do mayor and Re mayor, Brahms’ sonnets and Shostakovich’s My Flat Major concert, among others. He is currently a member of the Eduardo Mata Youth Orchestra of UNAM.

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David Fore

David Fore

Design for a future;
Prototyping Ecosystems

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David Fore

Design for a future; Prototyping Ecosystems

David Fore is the Director of User Experience at Wizeline. He has deep experience as a design strategist, executive, and product designer. He has built and led innovative research and design organizations that have launched dozens of successful solutions in the finance, healthcare, construction, and electronics industry. Most notable is David’s skill at directing the creation of brand, product, system, and service strategies. Under his leadership, David’s teams have earned market share, patents, and awards, and David’s work has earned praise from clients for his design methodology and ability to build consensus on the right approach for making solutions that work.

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Jason Gardner

Jason Gardner

Leadership

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Jason Gardner


Jason Gardner is a former U.S. Navy SEAL, combat leader, and now a leadership instructor and speaker with Echelon Front. Jason spent nearly three decades in the SEAL Teams with eight deployments across the globe. With experience operating in violent cities in both Iraq and Afghanistan, Jason has seen first- hand the power of the leadership lessons taught at Echelon Front. He brings perspective from every level of leadership from a front line SEAL sniper to the SEAL Team FIVE Command Master Chief . As a lead instructor for Naval Special Warfare Group One Training Detachment, he created and implemented realistic and challenging special operations combat training to better prepare SEAL units for the real- world battlefield. Throughout his career, he worked alongside Jocko, Leif, and several members of the Echelon Front team developing the same principles and mindsets taught to companies across every industry. He is the recipient of the Silver Star, two Bronze Stars, a Purple Heart and numerous other awards.

After his retirement from the US Navy, Jason brings unmatched experience with combat leadership in dynamic environments, building winning teams, and developing relationships across all levels of an organization. He serves as a leadership instructor, speaker, and strategic advisor at Echelon Front.


Jason Gardner
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Carlos Gándara

Orchestra of the Americas

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Carlos Gándara

Orchestra of the Americas

Carlos was born in the city of Querétaro in 1988. He started his musical studies at the early age of 8 with the violin as his instrument. He played in youth orchestras throughout his childhood and adolescence. As a soloist, he played with the Querétaro Philharmonic Orchestra, the Baja California Orchestra, OSIJUGAC and the Eduardo Mata Youth Orchestra. This year he made his debut in the Kharkiv Philharmonic Orchestra in Ukraine. He has been concert master of the Carlos Chávez Youth Orchestra and was selected as assistant concert master of the Ton der Jugend Orchestra in Vienna, Austria. He has been the first violin of both the Hathor Quartet and the Vier Bilder Quartet. He has performed with these quartets in México and Austria besides violin and piano recitals in Austria and Italy. In 2018, he concluded his master studies in Vienna under the professorship of professor Igor Petrushevski. His title was awarded by the Richard Wagner conservatory together with Bijeljina University in Bosnia Herzegovina. He has taken masterclasses with violinists like Vadim Gluzman, Boris Kurchnir, Anita Mitterer, Christos Kanettis, Igor Petrushevski, Ola Rudner, Alla Aranoyskaya, Otto Derolez, Leon Spierer and others. At the moment he is the first assistant of second violins at OFUNAM and is developing a promising career as a soloist.


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Michael Gillam

Michael Gillam

El futuro de la medicina

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Michael Gillam

El futuro de la medicina

Michael Gillam, MD, FACEP, is CEO of HealthLab, a discovery automation company for “big data” and machine intelligence models. He has helped build and sell companies to WebMD and Microsoft and built a direct-to-consumer digital athletics company whose mobile app was called “game changing” by Apple and put in a commercial. He has served as a partner level executive in Microsoft and advised companies, health ministries and NGOs regarding their healthcare data strategies particularly in China and the Middle East. Dr. Gillam was research director for the big data aggregation solution, Azyxxi, which was acquired by Microsoft in 2006 to become one of their flagship products for healthcare, renamed Amalga.

He is a board certified emergency medicine physician who trained, practiced, and taught at Northwestern University in Chicago. He written over fifty papers and abstracts and has eleven patents in healthcare technology. He has served as Chair of Informatics for both the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine and the American College of Emergency Physicians. Dr. Gillam is a judge on the IBM AI XPrize, was the chief clinical judge for the Qualcomm Tricorder XPrize, and also served as a judge on the Nokia Sensing XPrize. Dr. Gillam founded and ran healthcare innovation labs for almost 10 years in Microsoft and in Washington D.C. and led projects spanning: predictive analytics; anomalous event detection; natural language processing (NLP); gesture-based interfaces; de-identification; personal health records (PHRs); virtual & augmented reality; and medical robotics.


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Bohdanna Kesala

Bohdanna Kesala

Art and creativity

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Bohdanna Kesala

Art and creativity

Bohdanna is the Managing Director of International Summits at Singularity University. She oversees the execution of Global Licensing SU’s International Summits, impacting and educating over 100,000 people on exponential technology and how to use that technology to solve the world’s largest challenges.

Bohdanna works with partners from all over the globe, including South Africa, India, Western and Eastern Europe, Canada, Central America, Asia, and South America. Between 2016 – 2019 Bohdanna will have managed 45 summits around the world. Her talent lies in her ability to build strong relationships, respect regional traditions, and customs, all the while empowering her partners to produce impactful summits for thousands of participants in their country. Stakeholders who attend the SU International Summits include all sections of government officials, including Presidents and Prime Ministers, C suite management of Fortune 500 companies, entrepreneurs, NGO’s, and students.

Prior to Singularity University, Bohdanna worked for Peter Thiel and the The Thiel Foundation, managing dozens of projects including CNBC Transforming Tomorrow, a documentary focused on the Thiel Fellowship and the Wired.com series ‘Teen Technorati’ showcasing Fellows from The Thiel Fellowship. Bohdanna was also one of the architects of The Thiel Foundation Summit; a bi-annual assembly of young entrepreneurs and visionaries from around the world. And, while working at SU, Bohdanna devotes time to her painting career, exhibiting her work in the US and internationally. Bohdanna holds an M.F.A from San Francisco State University, a Post-Baccalaureate certificate from California College of the Arts, and a B.S. from Indiana University – Bloomington.

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Leticia Jauregui

Leticia Jauregui

In the face of uncertainty:
technology and innovation

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Leticia Jauregui

In the face of uncertainty: technology and innovation

Recognized as one of the 100 Powerful Women of Mexico by Forbes, Leticia is a General Partner of LEAP Global Partners (http://www.leapglobalpartners.com/), a venture capital fund based in San Francisco that invests in Latin American startups and entrepreneurs. She is currently CEO of LMJC Advisory Services, an innovation and strategy advisory company that works with funds, startups, and corporations in Mexico and the United States. In 2008, Leticia founded Crea (http://crea.org.mx/), a social company that she ran until 2016 and has served more than 150,000 women at the base of the pyramid with business development services.

Crea has been recognized as one of the most important social enterprises in Mexico and Latin America. In 2016 Leticia founded Machine, a technology innovation laboratory in insurance and pensions that, together with insurance brokers, different insurance companies, reinsurers, and pension funds, transformed the insurance market. In 2017 launched Kimmo, a paid auto insurance app per kilometer and Asegura Todo, the first insurance sales and care chatbot in Latin America that during the earthquake of 2017 gave away 10,000 two-month house-room policies.

She was an ambassador for the Singularity University Mexico City Chapter (http://singularityu.org) from 2015 to 2017 and is a Certified ExO Consultant (http://www.exo.works) in exponential technologies and organizations.

Leticia has received various awards and recognitions as a result of her work, including the Aspen Executive Seminar grant, the Echoing Green grant awarded to the world's leading entrepreneurs, the GLG Social Impact grant and the appointment of Rising Talent by of the Women's Forum and is part of the Global Shapers Community of the World Economic Forum, in addition to being a finalist for the Mexico Initiative in 2010. Leticia graduated from the Bachelor of Economics and International Relations at ITAM, completed a Master of Science in Community Development and a Master of Science in Agricultural Economics and Natural Resources at the University of California, Davis and studied postgraduate studies on Exponential Technologies for Development at Singularity University.

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Mic Mann

Mic Mann

Catylsing the future
of professionals

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Mic Mann

Catylsing the future of professionals

Mic is the Co-CEO of SingularityU South Africa and believes that the future will be abundant with an enhanced humanity as the power and potential of exponential technologies increase and their price gradually drop to zero, ultimately democratising numerous industries and improving the lives of all.

After completing the Singularity University Executive Programme in 2015, he realised that in order to #futureproofAfrica we need to embrace exponential technologies. He subsequently brought the SingularityU South Africa Summit – the first of its kind on the continent – to South Africa.

As co-founder of Mann Made – an award-winning experiential brand agency that has worked with top global and local Fortune 500 companies – Mic Mann has 19 years of experience in the media, marketing and eventing industry. Mic is a prolific speaker and strategist on exponential technologies, the future of work and the changing role of professionals. Mic’s passions are entrepreneurship and break-through technologies. He is also involved in the local start-up and maker community.


Mic Mann


Jody Medich

Jody Medich

Virtual and Augmented reality

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Jody Medich

Virtual and Augmented reality

Jody creates superhumans, not supercomputers. Rather than teaching humans the right buttons to push, she uses cognitive computing (AI, AR/VR, robotics, sensors, etc) to speak human. The resulting tools dramatically extend, augment, and amplify human abilities and are as easy to control as our own bodies.

She might read too much Batman. But in her 23-year design career, Jody has created just about everything from holograms to robots and R&D. Her most notable work includes UX design for DARPA’S Big Dog, Principal Experience Designer on the HoloLens Project at Microsoft, HMI for Toyota’s AiCar, and Principal UX at LEAP Motion.

Today, she is a Futurist and Product Designer working to define the future of human machine interface (HMI) through radical inclusion by leveraging brain machine interface, sensors, robotics, AI, and AR/VR. She also travels the world speaking about the future of these technologies and their impact on the world for Singularity University and groups like WIRED, Google, and TEDx.

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Dr. Arturo Molina

Dr. Arturo Molina

Enterprise Innovation

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Dr. Arturo Molina

Enterprise Innovation

Professor Dr. Arturo Molina is Vicerrector for Research and Technology Transfer at Tecnologico de Monterrey. He received his PhD degree in Manufacturing Engineering at Loughborough University of Technology, England in July 1995, his University Doctor degree in Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Budapest, Hungary in November 1992, his M.Sc. degree and BSc. in Computer Science from Tecnologico de Monterrey, Campus Monterrey.

Professor Molina is member of the National Researchers System of Mexico (SNI-Nivel III), Mexican Academy of Sciences, Mexican Engineering Academy, Mexican Academy of Computation, Member of the Council of the Instituto Nacional de Electricidad y Energías Limpias (National Institute of electricity and clean energies), Member of the IFAC Council, member of IFIP WG5.12 Working Group on Enterprise Integration Architectures and IFIP WG 5.3 Cooperation of Virtual Enterprises and Virtual Organizations.

He has offered seminars and conferences in USA, Canada, Europe, Asia and Latin America. He is in the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Annual Reviews in Control. He has worked as a consultant for important Mexican corporations, World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) and United Nations Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Task Force. He has participated as senior researcher at the European Projects ECOLEAD (European Collaborative networked Organizations LEADership initiative) funded by the 6th Framework of the European Commission and S-MC-S (Sustainable Mass Customization – Mass Customization for Sustainability funded by the 7th Framework of the European Commission, and as a senior consultant at the Latinamerican projects PYME CREATIVA (Acronymun in Spanish for CREAtion of Information Technologies for Value Added Networks) sponsored by the IADB and IBM Sur Grant, and the PyME CREATIVA II – technology transfer to Peru sponsored by IADB.

He is founder and co-owner of one technology-based company: IECOS - Integration Engineering and Construction Systems www.iecos.com He is the co-author of over 150 scientific papers in journals, conferences, chapter books, more than 4,000 citations (Google Scholar) and has 3 patents, and 8 patent solicitations and he is editor and author of 14 books. His current research interests include concurrent engineering, technologies for rapid product design and manufacturing, enterprise integration engineering, technology management, and collaborative networked organizations, he has applied research and development for the economic sectors of: automotive, construction, energy. He currently is the technical leader of the project: Bi-National Laboratory on Smart Sustainable Energy Management and Technology Training, funded by SENER – CONACYT, with the objective to design and implement 18 laboratories, to create 4 international research networks, to develop 8 research projects, design and execute 10 MOOC courses to prepare 15,000 people in subjects relevant to energy sector, and 155 graduate students.


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Jesús Mujíca

Jesús Mujíca

Orchestra of the Americas

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Jesús Mujíca

Orchestra of the Americas

Venezuelan violist, was born in Yaritagua-Yaracuy on April 03, 1994. He started his musical studies in 2006 in the national system of youth orchestras. He joined the Yaracuyana Youth Symphony Orchestra, National Children’s Symphony Orchestra and the Venezuelan Teresa Carreño Youth Symphony Orchestra. He made several international tours with these orchestras, performing in important theaters in Europe and Asia. He was violin instructor at the “Sinfonía por el Perú” musical program.

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Michel Rojkind

Michel Rojkind

Future of cities

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Michel Rojkind

Future of cities

Global Senior VP of Architecture and Design at The We Company

As a Mexico City native, Rojkind founded his firm, Rojkind Arquitectos, there in 2002, focusing on design, tactical, and experiential innovation. His vision has always been to go beyond functionality to create integral experiences, connecting the intricacies of each project at a deeper level to positively impact society and the environment, which aligns seamlessly with WeWork’s design ethos. Rojkind’s first project with The We Company is a 200,000 sq. ft. building in Bentonville, Arkansas, which is one of the company’s first ground-up projects; groundbreaking scheduled for early 2020

Michel Rojkind’s design for the Nestlé Chocolate Museum, Toluca, Mexico was awarded the International Architecture Award (2008) as one of the best realized designs around the world in 2007, and was nominated for the British Museum Award (2008) for the ten best buildings of 2007. He has contributed to Contemporary Corporate Architecture (2009), Phaidon Atlas of 21st Century Architecture (2009) and Open House: Architecture and Technology for Intelligent Living

Projects: Falcón I Headquarters Nestlé Chocolate Museum near Toluca Nestlé Application Group in Querétaro Department Store Liverpool Interlomas The New Tamayo Museum, in collaboration with BIG (design phase) Portal of Awareness, Nescafe Tori Tori restaurant in Polanco, Mexico City Reforma 232 apartment building Falcón II Headquarters Cineteca Nacional del Siglo XXI, Mexico City Chedraui Supermarket, Santa Fe Liverpool Department Store, Insurgentes


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Jay-Rogers

John B. Rogers, Jr.

Mobility and manufacture

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John B. Rogers, Jr.

Mobility and manufacture

John B. Rogers, Jr. is the CEO and co-founder of LM Industries, a technology company that designs, builds and sells vehicles and other high-technology products in partnership with other global manufacturers. This disruptive company is redefining the rapid development of connected hardware by pairing advanced manufacturing with open innovation tools. LM Industries is the first company to utilize Direct Digital Manufacturing (DDM), as evidenced when it debuted the world’s first 3D-printed car, the Strati, in September of 2014. Currently the company is working on its latest creation, Olli, an urban speed, cognitive, electric, shuttle.

Rogers founded LM Industries after serving for seven years in the United States Marine Corps, where he was an Infantry Company Commander. He has worked as a consultant for McKinsey & Co., as an investment analyst at Ewing & Partners, and at a startup medical device company in the People’s Republic of China. He serves as the Chief Investment Officer and Director of the RBR Foundation, a philanthropic foundation focused on education and healthcare. A graduate of Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Rogers holds a Masters in Business Administration from Harvard Business School (Baker Scholar).


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Alix Rübsaam

Alix Rübsaam

Building a Decision
Making Algorithm

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Alix Rübsaam

Alix Rübsaam is a researcher in philosophy of technology, cultural analysis, and posthumanism. She is a PhD candidate at the University of Amsterdam and the Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis (ASCA). There, she researches the collaboration between human and nonhuman (technological) agents at the intersection of humans and computational systems. As a Faculty Fellow at Singularity University she investigates the societal and cultural impact of exponential technologies. Her focus is on changing ideas about humanity in technological contexts such as Artificial Intelligence, (autonomous) robotics, information technologies, and digital environments. Additionally, Alix has written about cyberpunk and science fiction literature, autonomous weapons, and embodied robotics. She has an MA in Cultural Analysis and has graduated from Singularity University’s Graduate Studies Program in 2015. Her most recent publication is a chapter in Augmented Intelligence: The Future of Work and Learning (2018).


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Roberto Saint Martin

Educational Robotics; learning model transformation

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Roberto Saint Martin

Educational Robotics; learning model transformation

CEO & Co-founder of RobotiX, a pioneer organization that teaches STEM and robotics in Mexico since 2006.

RobotiX has impacted beyond 1,100 learning centers and more than 160,000 children nationwide; equivalent to 1% of the population in the Basic School system. Today, 95% of these students come from public schools and vulnerable communities and have reached 48% participation of girls, also integrating students fighting with different disabilities.

Roberto has been part of TEDxMexico City, he has represented Mexico in the Global Solutions Program from Singularity University at NASA Ames research park in Silicon Valley & he has been a national image motivating a new national identity focusing on passion, responsibility, and entrepreneurship.

RobotiX organizes different events for Mexico: the RobotiX Faire that is the largest national robotics competition for children in Latin America; the entrepreneurship competition "Ideas Hechas en México"; the sciences fair "Impacta tu Mundo"; and the organization of the FIRST LEGO League programs in the country.

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Paola Telfer

Brain training

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Paola Telfer

Brain training

Paola is a serial tech entrepreneur and alumni of the Singularity University Executive Program and Transformative Technology Academy. Her passion is harnessing technology for human performance, resilience and longevity. She is an avid explorer of neuroscience, consciousness development and flow states. Paola is CEO and Founder of Sens.ai, a neurowearable company with the mission of democratizing world-class, clinical grade brain training from elite neuro-clinics to wellness clinics and the average home.

From the outset, Paola has had a focus on innovative technology. Armed with an Electrical Engineering degree from UBC, she designed network intelligence ASICs (Custom Integrated Circuits) that fuel backbone networks. She earned her MBA in Management of Technology from SFU and proceeded to take on Product Management, Canadian Healthcare Technical Consulting and Award-Winning Enterprise Healthcare Sales positions before becoming an entrepreneur. Paola defines success as having the freedom to do meaningful work joyfully while having time to enjoy the outdoors and her family. She lives in Whistler, Canada with her husband Geoff and their son, Mateo.

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Amin Toufani

Exonomics

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Amin Toufani

Exonomics

Amin is the CEO of T Labs. He was formerly the director of strategy and Vice President of Strategic Relations at Singularity University. He brings a unique set of technological, entrepreneurial and policy perspectives to the dialogue of innovation on campus. Before Singularity, Amin founded for-profit and social impact organizations in a range of domains including: artificial intelligence, peer to peer lending, bitcoin, human rights, international development, carbon offsetting, and solar energy.

Google Search ranks him as the world’s best guitar player – a title he readily rejects. In addition to his work at Singularity, he is building the World’s first hedge fund for the poor, as well as Reversopedia – a reverse encyclopedia composed of things we know we don’t know. Amin has a degree in artificial intelligence from the University of British Columbia, an MBA from Stanford, and an MPA in economic policy from Harvard. He attended Harvard and Stanford concurrently and graduated an Arjay Miller Scholar.

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Daniel Vogel

Daniel Vogel

Future of payments

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Daniel Vogel

Co-founder and CEO of Bitso, Daniel is among the youngest entrepreneurs and leaders of technological innovation in Mexico. Motivated by a sense of social responsibility, Bitso is committed to the development of efficient, competitive, accessible and inclusive financial services in Mexico and Latin America.

Daniel holds two degrees from Stanford University (BA in Economics, BS in Computer Systems Engineering) and a Master's degree in Business Administration (MBA) from Harvard Business School. During his academic career, he presided various student societies such as the Society for Entrepreneurship in Latin America, the Bitcoin Club, the LatAm Club, the Aviation and Aerospace Club, among others. At Stanford he was elected by his colleagues to be a member of the Class Cabinet.

Daniel has not only demonstrated his entrepreneurial side, but he has also shown his innovative skills. During his time residing in Silicon Valley he worked for Quantcast, where he developed a real-time bidding system, a product that would later go on to become the company's main source of income.

On November 2016, he was included in "Innovators under 35 Mexico 2016", an award from MIT Technology Review. His work at Bitso has been recognized by Endeavor (Global Endeavor Entrepreneur), MassChallenge (2016 Gold Winner), the President of Mexico (Digital Leader Mexico), among others.


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Alexa von Wobeser

Alexa Von Wobeser

Negotiation abilities

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Alexa Von Wobeser

Negotiation abilities

Co-founder of the Negotiation Academy Lawyer specialized in alternative methods of dispute resolution and passionate about negotiation and mediation. Alexa is a lawyer for the Escuela Libre de Derecho and a teacher for the Northwestern University School of Law, with a focus on negotiation, mediation and arbitration. For three consecutive years, she has been part of the "Future leaders in arbitration" list published by Global Arbitration Review and has been recognized among the best arbitration lawyers in Mexico by Who’s Who Legal.

She is a certified private mediator before the CDMX Alternative Justice Center and Vice President of the Mediation Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). During his career, Alexa has been involved in matters related to investment protection, hydrocarbons, mining, sovereign debt, pharmaceutical, infrastructure, and conflicts between shareholders, among others.

She also dedicates part of her time to promoting gender equity in Mexico; She is part of the Consultative Council of the Women's Forum for the Economy and Society in Mexico and in 2015 he was selected as Rising Talent of this forum worldwide.

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Tilly Lockey

Bionically Beautiful

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Tilly Lockey

Bionically Beautiful

Fourteen year old Tilly Lockey’s life has been positively impacted by advancements in robotics and technology. Originally from the United Kingdom, Tilly serves as an inspirational role model and real life example of the possibilities that the future holds, as she travels around the world speaking.

She was diagnosed with meningococcal septicaemia at a young age and sadly lost both of her hands. She now has customised hero-arms, specifically designed to fit her needs, that are made by Bristol-based Open Bionics. They are the worlds first clinically approved 3D printed bionic arms that allow for multi-grip functionality and offer empowering aesthetics. This lightweight and affordable myoelecttic prothesis can grab, pinch, high five, fist bump and give thumbs up. They also allow her to pick up small objects, play computer games and do online-makeup tutorials. Tilly is at the forefront of testing the technology and has played a huge role in working with the company on various updates.

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Adrián Iñiguez Avelar

Mixology Workshop

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Adrián Iñiguez Avelar

Mixology Workshop

Mixologist / Bartender professional and licensed in Biology. Winner of the first Tequila Mixology Contest contest organized by the National Chamber of the Tequila Industry. Passionate about science, Tequila and the hospitality industry

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Rubén Aceves Vidrio

Tequila tasting with micro pairing

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Rubén Aceves Vidrio

Tequila tasting with micro pairing

Rubén Aceves has served as Director of International Brand Development of Casa Herradura since 2000. He is in charge of educating clients and consumers in the spirit in general and the portfolio of Casa Herradura in particular through tastings, Dinners and master classes. Recognized as a Tequila Connoisseur by the National Chamber of the Tequila Industry.

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"The best way to predict the future is to create it"


Abraham Lincoln

SingularityU Mexico Summit

November 6 -7 | Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco

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Deep Dive: Hands on Learning Robotix

Roberto Saint Martin

The future of education requires transforming learning models for girls and boys to discover new knowledge through the use of technology and develop skills for the present and future. In this workshop, participants will use the “LEGO EDUCATION” educational materials with which they will experience learning through play and the potential of robotics as a tool to transform classrooms into educational spaces for integral learning.

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Negotiation for the 21st Century

Alexa Von Wobeser

Saber negociar no es una virtud, ni una lucha entre ganar o perder. Saber negociar es una habilidad, un proceso creativo, una posibilidad de mejora, un descubrimiento, una oportunidad. En este taller aprenderás técnicas y herramientas para negociar con un enfoque creativo, colaborativo y estratégico. Descubrirás cómo transformar una negociación en una oportunidad para crear valor y cómo preparar una estrategia que te permita maximizar tus resultados. Construye acuerdos de valor, enriquece tu entorno y retroalimenta tu vida.

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Design for a Future; Prototyping Ecosystems

David Fore

As we approach and move to a future thinking era, we need to really stop and think how accountable, or unaccountable are we for any planning or non-planning we did or did not do. What we do in this workshop is to carry out scenario exercises that imagine possible futures and how any one of those futures may play out. We consider happy paths and also sad paths. We start with what we are responsible for what we can influence, what we need to know, and what we cannot know. Using Design thinking tools you will learn on how you can build different scenarios and how they impact and shape our current and future ecosystem

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Mixology Workshop

Adrián Iñiguez Avelar

Curso de mixología para no-bartenders, se abordarán las técnicas básicas para elaborar un coctel a base de Tequila, los asistentes conocerán la arquitectura de los aromas y cómo crear su propia receta de coctel, así como el correcto uso de las herramientas de bar. La mixología es una de las innovaciones presentes en la industria tequilera que ha revolucionado la manera en la que se conoce y se bebe la bebida más representativa de México.




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Extreme Ownership: Leadership is the most Important Thing on the Battlefield

Jason Gardner

Battle-tested concepts of combat leadership that directly correlate to all leadership situations on and off the battlefield. We don’t teach theory learned in a classroom. We teach tried, tested, and proven combat leadership principles and strategies learned on the front lines of the war on terror.

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Mapping Experiences to Discover Areas of Innovation

Elena Benites

Physical products do not have the same value as they did before. We live in times of service and economy experiences, in which people need and are willing to pay for great services and different experiences that will make their lives easier.

Companies are well aware of the business opportunity that relies on federalization and client loyalty and are therefore investing in technology, digitalization, automation, data, customization, etc. However, orchestrating these great experiences goes far beyond technological innovation and investment We believe that digital transformation, and any process of innovation, should be based on a deep understanding of people's needs.

Therefore, in this workshop, we will use the basic tools to generate empathy, visualize a customer journey to unveil areas of opportunity to improve and design great experiences that will evolve your value proposition and give you a competitive advantage.

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Art Journaling

Bohdanna Kessala

WHY SHOULD YOU START AN ART JOURNAL? Starting an art journal can be a very freeing way to express your creativity, work through thoughts and ideas, and experiment with new creative techniques. Learning how to create an art journal can give you a place to explore your creativity. Your art journal is your own private and personal space where you can write, draw, and create almost anything. It can be extremely freeing, because there are no limits. Your journal pages can be about anything – from the playfully silly to the contemplative and serious. In this workshop you will start your art journal journey.

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Connecting Disruptive Technologies to Enterprise Innovation Process

Arturo Molina

During this workshop, participants can learn, understand and apply a simple and practical methodology to use disruptive technologies in the innovation processes of companies (Marketing, Processes, Product and Business Models) At the end they will understand some disruptive technologies and their application in business, the enterprise innovation processes and how to make specific proposals using a "Story-Board"




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Building a Decision Making Algorithm

Alix Rübsaam

In this 2 hour workshop we will be designing, training, and programming two decision making algorithms. You’ll gain hands on experience with a machine learning algorithm, and automated decision making. You’ll be divided into different groups, each designing their own algorithms. We’ll be designing solutions for two different problems and then comparing the different solutions. Finally we’ll apply the solutions to the participants in your groups, to see who the algorithms select!

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The Beer Game 2.0 - Reinventing Supply Chains

Samantha Radocchia

The Beer Game is a role-play simulation game that lets participants experience traditional coordination problems of (traditional) supply chains, in which information sharing and collaboration does not exist. Originally designed by MIT systems dyanamics researcher, Jay Forrester, “The Beer Game” has been a educational staple for supply chain organizations, business schools, and executive leadership seminars since the 1960s. The Beer Game 2.0 workshop offers a fresh spin on this experience and will first take participants through traditional gameplay. The second half of the workshop will consist of guided ideation in reinventing supply chains for a more efficient, transparent, ethical, and sustainable future. If you’re not a tequila drinker, this workshop’s for you! 🍻

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Tequila tasting

Rubén Aceves Vidrio

Una cata de Tequila consiste en realizar un examen sensorial a través del cual se pueden apreciar las características organolépticas únicas que presenta la espirituosa mexicana por excelencia. A través de la cata, el participante podrá descubrir las cualidades de cada una de las categorías y clases del Tequila. Además, durante el taller se presentarán diversas recomendaciones para maridar el Tequila con chocolate, con el fin de resaltar aún más sus características sensoriales. Además de aprender a degustar de un Tequila, el tallerista podrá conocer nuevas formas de acompañar el Tequila con otros alimentos, generando nuevas experiencias para los sentidos.

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Brain Training for Today's Opportunities & Challenges

Paola Telfer

This workshop will commence with an introduction on brain training, how it fits into the Future of Work and why it is important for each of us as humans. It will present the state of neuro-wearables and demonstrate the Sens.ai Master with a live participant. Broader context of human technological enhancement with examples will be provided. All participants will be included in a breakout session and debate on the topic: “The ethics of technological enhancement - possibilities and unintended consequences”.




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Sci-fi Design Intelligence

Jody Medich

The pace of change is accelerating driven in large part by exponential technologies. How can you keep ahead of the curve? Harness the science fact you've learned at the SU Mexico Summit to help you envision the future -- with science fiction. In this two hour workshop, you'll learn future-focused techniques and methods proven to ignite innovative thinking and behaviors inside organizations. Then put it into practice in an interactive group work session.

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Meditation

Nicole Domit

It is proven that how you start your day is the way you live it. You can choose to start reviewing pendings and running or having a little time for yourself. Giving yourself a space to connect and start the day meditating, helps you to make the most of it and enjoy it to the fullest; to better process the information you receive and live that day with a specific intention that fills with wellness.

"If you are a top executive and do not know emerging technologies, you are not doing your job"

Salim Ismail

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November 6 and 7, 2019
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco