This June 23-25, 2020, the York University School of Continuing Studies will be present at COLLISION 2020, North-America’s fastest-growing technology conference.
The School of Continuing Studies joins thousands of attendees who will log in virtually to take part in talks, workshops, panels and networking sessions with innovators, company founders, investors, activists, educators, and thought leaders discussing how to solve the world’s challenges using technology. The School will also feature its growing portfolio of Data and Technology certificate programs, in areas like Cyber Security, Machine Learning, Big Data Analytics, Blockchain Development and more.
Below are our favourite talks from Collision Day 1*:
10:00 a.m. – Channel 1 – The Road to Opening Toronto
John Tory, Mayor at City of Toronto, Canada
Paddy Cosgrove, CEO at Collision + Web Summit
10:15 a.m. – Channel 3 – How to navigate the world’s largest WfH experiment
Aaron Levie, Co-Founder & CEO at Box
Alex Konrad, Senior Editor at Forbes Media
10:30 a.m. – Channel 2 – How tech can help us think critically
Grant Ingersoll, CTO at Wikimedia Foundation
3:40 p.m. – Channel 2 – Is education on the cusp of a revolution?
Rhonda Lenton, President & Vice Chancellor at York University
Takara Small, Tech Columist at CBC Radio
Arne Schepker, CEO at Babbel
5:10 p.m. – Channel 1 – A message from the World Health Organization (WHO)
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General at World Health Organization
For a full schedule of speakers, events and talks, please visit: https://collisionconf.com/
* All images courtesy of Collision Conference.