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Join Tech 2025 at “Funny as Tech: What is the Future of Work?” LIVE podcast taping

Overview

Where

The Pit - People's Improv Theatr
123 E24th Street
New York, NY 10016
United States

When

Tuesday, February 13, 2018 -
7:00pm to 9:00pm

Details

“In this live show, comedy and tech come together at last. Each month, the tech ethicist David Ryan Polgar and the comedian Joe Leonardo invite a wide range of guests to pick apart and laugh about such matters as algorithms and artificial intelligence.” -The New York Times What is the future of work? Find out on Tuesday, February 13th at the People's Improve Theater as Charlie Oliver (CEO of Tech 2025) joins the hilarious and witty Funny as Tech show as guest speaker, along with fellow guest speakers, Matt Harrigan (Managing Director and Co-Founder of Grand Central Tech), and Lisa Cervenka (Employer Brand Evangelist at The Muse) for a thought-provoking, no-holds-barred conversation on the future of work. Get your tickets ($8) now before they sell out. [Tech 2025 is not affiliated with Funny as Tech and is not involved with the ticket sales of this event -- we're just psyched to be invited to participate in this awesome show. We hope to see you there! ] About Funny as Tech Funny as Tech is a NYC-based monthly live panel show and weekly podcast that tackles the thorniest issues in tech! Co-hosts David Ryan Polgar (tech ethicist) and Joe Leonardo (comedian) invite a diverse range of experts to unpack our absurd present and uncertain future. The aim is to have a freewheeling conversation that is informative, accessible, and entertaining. Topics have included diversity in tech, trolls, tech addiction, and the future of conversation (chatbots, etc). Previous guests have included CNN’s Laurie Segall, comedian Chuck Nice, media theorist Douglas Rushkoff, WNYC’s Manoush Zomorodi, x.ai’s Dennis Mortensen, design researcher Pamela Pavliscak, and futurist comedian Baratunde Thurston. Live shows are held monthly at the Peoples Improv Theater in Manhattan, while weekly podcasts are recorded at Grand Central Tech. [via Funny as Tech Blog]