Susan Bonds is Cofounder and CEO of 42 Entertainment. She evolved the company from its roots in alternate reality gaming to deeply immersive entertainment experiences that engage millions of people worldwide.
Scott Dadich was named Editor in Chief of WIRED in November 2012. He previously served as creative director from 2006 to 2010, during which he led the magazine to an unprecedented three consecutive National Magazine Awards in Design and oversaw the development of WIRED’s groundbreaking iPad app.
As the Global CMO, Jamie Gutfreund leads Wunderman’s global marketing and communications initiatives. Partnering with Wunderman’s leadership team, Jamie builds awareness of the company’s unique blend of data and creativity around the world.
Professor, eTV Researcher, & Author, Hamlet on the Holodeck
Professor Janet H. Murray is Associate Dean for Research at Georgia Tech’s Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, where she teaches in the graduate program in Digital Media and directs the Experimental Television Lab, which creates prototypes of the convergence of long-form storytelling and computation.
Sarah Wood is Cofounder and Co-CEO of the video ad tech company Unruly—named as the UK’s #2 Fastest Growing Tech Company (Deloitte, 2012)—where she ensures the company delivers the most awesome social video campaigns on the planet.
Felix Barrett's productions transform existing architectural spaces into interactive theater pieces in order to disrupt the traditional, formulaic, and passive theater model. They demand the attention of all five senses.
Founding Director, Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University
Jameel Jaffer is the founding director of the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University, which works to protect and expand the freedoms of speech and the press through strategic litigation, research, and public education.
Vice President of Marketing for Cognitive Business, IBM
The cognitive system IBM Watson and its powerful machine learning have been put to use for everything from business applications to creating recipes. Nancy Pearson explores how Watson can be used as a creative tool and put to use by human storytellers.