that Austin Forum on Technology & Society explores the impact of new and pervasive technologies on society and stimulates discussions, collaborations and partnerships on new technological opportunities. It offers various programming topics such as: AI, blockchain, drones, health technologies, energy, etc. and expert presentations with networks, discussions, podcasts, blog posts and more, all for a diverse audience.

This event is supported by: AMD, Arm, Atchley & Associates, Austin energy, advice Brad Englert, Cognitive scale, CVEX, Dell technologies, Connection advice, SAIC, Setter Roche LLP, SXSW, SunViaand Whurley.

Lotlikar elaborated on the event and said: “I am very happy to be back Austin speaks at the Austin Forum on technology and society. I am honored to discuss the tremendous opportunity we all have to build Metaverse together, and our vision at SuperWorld to leverage these technologies to embrace ownership and inclusivity. Metaverse allows us all to fully express ourselves and pursue our passions across geographical areas with unlimited potential to enhance humanity. “

Talking about the event is Jay Boisseau, Ph.D., CEO and founder of the Austin Forum. Opinion “The Austin Forum on Technology and Society is from Austin leading technology event and year-round content curator for pervasive and new technologies, and Metaverse is certainly one of the hottest topics right now at the intersection of technology and society. We are extremely excited and honored to have Hrish Lotlikar to educate our audience personally and online, and we also hope to learn how the Austin Forum can leverage metaverse technologies in the future. »


SuperWorld is an augmented reality (AR) virtual world, digitally mapped on the earth’s surface. SuperWorld’s plots are represented by 64.8 billion non-fungible tokens (NFTs) corresponding to real space. Any SuperWorld user can explore and create AR content, participate in a virtual real estate market, or create, buy, and sell NFTs in the SuperWorld NFT Salon. To learn more, visit

Notable investors and advisors include: draper Goren Holm, Outlier companies, SOSV, Capital Return, capital investment, Changed companies, Predictive capital, Cadenza Capital Management, White Paper Capital, 186 Companiesand Redbeard Ventures; Stephen Wolfram (creator of Mathematica and Tungsten Alpha), Bob Metcalfe (Inventor of Ethernet and Metcalfe’s Law), Bob Fabbio (founder, Tivoli Systems), Brian Thorp (Founder and CEO, Wealthtender), Phil Rowley (Head of Futures at Omnicom Media Group), Richard Lin (serial entrepreneur, founder of Rembrandt Venture Partners) Robert Scoble (author, futurist), Julien Machot (Founder and CEO of Verso Holdings), jimmy ku (Growth Manager at Flutterwave), Nitin Gaur (Founder of WW Digital Asset Labs at IBM), Paul Kirchoff (Disruptive Humanitarian), and Joseph Chan(Managing Partner, Guardian Property Advisors)


The Austin Forum on Technology and Society is a monthly community engagement event that brings together technology leaders, advocates and the general public to learn about key technology topics such as artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, Internet of Things (IoT), drones, clean energy, augmented reality ( AR) and virtual reality (VR), games, smart cities, health technologies, space exploration and more. Technology leaders and experts share information through presentations, interviews, panels, quick lectures and / or debates. Presentations are followed by Q&A and networking between presenters and participants.

The forum is both an outreach event to raise awareness, share information and even increase advocacy, and an engagement activity designed to connect, stimulate collaborations and contribute to technological applications that promote society.

SOURCE SuperWorld


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