#rp19 speaker Audrey Tang: "Fork the government!"

"When we see 'internet of things', let’s make it an internet of beings.
When we see 'virtual reality', let’s make it a shared reality.
When we see 'machine learning', let’s make it collaborative learning.
When we see 'user experience', let’s make it about human experience.
When we hear 'the singularity is near', let us remember: the Plurality is here."
                                                                           - Audrey Tang

Audrey Tang is Taiwan's Digital Minister. A former citizen hacker, Audrey is known for revitalizing the computer languages Perl and Haskell, as well as building the online spreadsheet system EtherCalc in collaboration with Dan Bricklin.

Audrey summarizes the goal of Taiwan’s e-government as “taking technology to the realm of people’s lives, rather than requiring people to enter the space of technology”. In her keynote speech, she will explain the meaning of collaboration, partnership and innovation for Taiwan’s road towards a plurality-based ecological democracy where innovation is not just possible but also fun.

Audrey’s talk will be shown in Augmented Reality with the technical support of rooom. After her talk, Audrey be interviewed by Julia Kloiber and join us for a Q&A session.

Find her session here.

> Twitter: @audreyt
> Interview with Audrey Tang in DING Magazine
> Audrey Tang on medium.com