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Visit to KL – April 2013 – Talk on Singularity University this Saturday, April 6, 10 am at Mind Valley, Bangsar


Hi All, a mixed trip to Malaysia. Great to be back home, fantastic to connect with so many new inspiring network of friends. Sad to say farewell to my favourite and last surviving aunt. Enjoyed the discussions I had from the talks I gave at EduCamp and Rotary Subang on Singularity University and Exponential Technologies. Looking forward to doing an encore at Mind Valley tomorrow morning at 10 am before I leave KL next week, Details here:

    • Mindvalley @ 29th Floor Menara Uoa Bangsar, 5 Jalan Bangsar Utama 1, Taman Bangsar, 59000 Kuala Lumpur
    • *BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND*

      If you had 1 billion dollars, what would you do to impact the lives of a billion people in 3 years?

      Singularity University believes in the power of 10^9+. What’s that? The power of exponential impact- by utilizing disruptive and accelerating technologies to solve humanity’s hardest problems.

      Last year, they brought together a class of 80 gamechangers already at the top of their field and challenged them to work together in 10 weeks to come up with interdisciplinary solutions like never before. FutureMed, security systems, education, film- you name it, they’ve got it.

      One high performing individual that graduated from SU was our very own Dr. Clarence Tan and his mission is to give back what he’s been given.

      As an ambassador for Singularity University and Adjunct Professor of Griffith University, he will be here to talk about Singularity University and the impact of Exponential Technologies to Industries and to host a discussion afterwards.

      http://www.arch.bond.edu.au/s/865/magazine/feature2col.aspx?sid=865&gid=1&pgid=1098

      https://drctan.wordpress.com/

      Prepare to be mind-blown. 😉

      Trailer video here > http://vimeo.com/38072831

      HOW TO GET THERE?

      1. Google Maps > http://goo.gl/maps/gNRWx
      2. If you’re using LRT, Bangsar LRT sorta shares the same building with Menara UOA.
      3. If driving, you can park at an open space near Menara UOA (RM3 per entry)
      4. Enter the left lobby from the main entrance and register with your IC.
      5. Take the lifts in “High Tower” to the 29TH FLOOR

      PS- this event is open to anyone looking to learn something new. 🙂 Orrr if you think you can be the next Malaysian admitted into their Graduate Programme or know someone at the top of their field who fits the bill? COME LAH~