Sun Aug 27, 02023, 5:00PM UTC
Long Now Boston Annual Garden Party
Long Now Boston's Annual Garden Party
Event summary coming soon!
We are thrilled to invite you to a garden party hosted by Long Now Boston in collaboration with Danny Hillis and Taylor Milsal. As a valued supporter of our community, we would love to have you join us for this special event.
This isn't just a party — it's an opportunity to engage with thought-provoking ideas, innovative minds, and a celebration of the long term. Informal conversations with our members will spark enlightening discussions and provide a unique perspective on our shared future.
Date: Sunday, August 27, 02023
The afternoon will feature:
• Conversations with the community's brightest minds,
• Delicious vegetarian foods that will cater to your taste buds and beverages to last the afternoon,
• An opportunity to network with other long-now thinkers in the serenity of Danny and Taylor's lush garden, under the summer sky.
In the spirit of the Long Now, we encourage you to take this chance to slow down, appreciate the moment, and immerse yourself in far-reaching, forward-thinking conversations.
The Cambridge MA venue details and the schedule for the day will follow shortly. Your RSVP would be greatly appreciated, as it will help us plan for an unforgettable event.
We look forward to seeing you there to celebrate the optimism of the long view and engage with the unique perspective of time that the Long Now Boston community embodies.
Please respond soon -- tickets are going fast: https://02023SummerPicnic.eventbrite.com
Danny Hillis is an American inventor, entrepreneur, scientist, and writer who is particularly known for his work in computer science. He is best known as the founder of Thinking Machines Corporation, a parallel supercomputer manufacturer, and subsequently was a fellow at Walt Disney Imagineering. Hillis co-founded Applied Minds, the technology R&D think-tank, and is co-founder of Applied Invention, an interdisciplinary group of engineers, scientists, and artists that develops technology solutions in partnership with leading companies and entrepreneurs. Hillis is a visiting professor at the MIT Media Lab, the Judge Widney Professor of Engineering and Medicine at the University of Southern California, Professor of Research Medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, and Research Professor of Engineering at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering. He is the principal investigator of the National Cancer Institute’s Physical Sciences in Oncology Laboratory at USC.