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South By Southwest (SXSW) dedicates itself to helping creative people achieve their goals. Our annual conference and festivals celebrate the convergence of the interactive, film, and music industries. An essential destination for global professionals, the event features sessions, showcases, screenings, exhibitions, and a variety of networking opportunities. SXSW proves that the most unexpected discoveries happen when diverse topics and people come together. This weekly podcast features Keyno ...
 
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When Lori Gottlieb wrote what has been called "an addictive tour of the human condition," she had no idea that a global pandemic was about to turn people's lives upside down. But the themes in her New York Times bestselling book, which is also being adapted as a TV series, turned out to be particularly relevant to our lives right now. In this conve…
 
Baratunde Thurston talks about racism, insurrection, and digital exploitation. He connects 1619 to COVID-19. Somehow, he weaves in Quibi (R.I.P.) And finally, he points a way forward that calls on all of us, especially brands and businesses, to claim and exercise our collective power as citizens to shape a society that benefits all people. Baratund…
 
With increasing recognition of the fluidity of gender, the time has come for a 21st century approach to gender justice. Dividing billions of people into one of two categories “man or woman” is not natural, it is political. Gender diversity is an integral part of our existence. It always has been, and it always will be. The gender binary – the idea …
 
What if technology could understand people in the same way that we understand one another? In an inspiring session in conjunction with the paperback launch of her popular memoir, Girl Decoded, Affectiva co-founder and CEO Rana el Kaliouby, Ph.D. discusses her groundbreaking mission to humanize technology with Emotion AI — technology that analyzes h…
 
2020 was a year of catastrophic impact for the live music industry as the pandemic brought the industry to a screeching halt. A year later, this session brings together independent venue perspectives from across the US. How have they been able to support developing talent? What’s ahead for their establishment and how they can get back to supporting…
 
From the printing press to vaccines to artificial intelligence, the introduction of almost any transformative technology has been met with wonder as well as fear and rejection. Many of history’s greatest inventors were considered heretics--the archetype of the mad scientist exists for a reason. Why does the new still scare us? What does it take to …
 
What’s holding you back from finding love? In this session, behavioral scientist turned dating coach, and Hinge's Director of Relationship Science, Logan Ury, teaches how to recognize (and overcome!) your dating blindspots. Discover why the spark is a myth, what really matters — and what really doesn’t — in a long-term partner, and why you think yo…
 
Over the past year, the world has transformed and the role of creativity has transformed with it. People have embraced creativity, especially digital creativity, as a way to connect and collaborate in our strange and otherwise disconnected new world. And the increasing importance of creativity in commerce and the workplace has become clear: Creativ…
 
In this session, Rep. Earl Blumenauer, founder and co-chair of the Congressional Cannabis Caucus, joins POLITICO Cannabis Reporter Natalie Fertig to discuss the path forward for legalizing cannabis. Rep. Blumenauer has led the effort in the House to pass the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act to end the federal prohibition of ca…
 
Join Amy Webb for the Future Today Institute's 14th annual Emerging Tech Trends Report and a deep dive into all the trends you'll need to follow in 2021. In this provocative session, futurist Amy Webb, professor at NYU Stern School of Business and founder of the Future Today Institute, provides a data-driven analysis for the emerging tech trends th…
 
Kindness is a superpower available to all of us. It is one of the easiest ways to change the world. When you change another person’s life, you change the course of life. After traveling to over 100 countries and filming the hit Netflix show The Kindness Diaries, Leon Logothetis learned that we have more in common than we have different. Knowing thi…
 
Join Austin American-Statesman Food Writer Addie Broyles as she moderates a conversation with syndicated television star, iconic Food Network television personality, bestselling cookbook author, and founder of the Yum-o! organization, Rachel Ray, on cooking in quarantine and how it’s changing how we source and prepare food.…
 
Black Twitter is a cultural identity consisting of "Black" Twitter users from around the world on the Twitter social network focused on issues of interest to the black community, particularly in the United States. Panelist Feminista Jones described Black Twitter as "a collective of active, primarily African-American Twitter users who have created a…
 
Cutting through the fog of blockchain and cryptocurrency hype, what is real and what is buzz in the world of blockchain? The technology has recently been divided into two main camps: Permissioned (private) blockchains, which primarily focus on bringing blockchain-based solutions to enterprises, and permissionless (public) blockchains, most notably …
 
Eli Pariser, a SXSW Hall of Fame-er, led MoveOn.org, coined the term "filter bubble" in 2011, and co-founded Upworthy. In this immersive session he shares a new framework -- drawn on research from social science and in-depth conversations with leading technologists-- for thinking about not just what's wrong with the online world but how we might ma…
 
How did a fringe political issue become a massive business opportunity? When Troy Dayton began working on the cannabis legalization 24 years ago only 25% of Americans supported it. Today, Dayton leads The Arcview Group which is the largest group of cannabis investors and largest publisher of market data. He’s also on the board of the Marijuana Poli…
 
According to the Edelman Trust Barometer trust in media, business, and government are at an all-time low. We have never believed less, agreed less, or trusted less. Yet, building trust, and developing the community that surrounds it, remains imperative for any art project, online influencer, startup or brand. So what are the new ways to build trust…
 
In a world where so much has been reimagined by technology, why are hundreds of millions of people suffering from incurable diseases and healthcare spending placing an unsustainable burden on society? Hear from the team at BenevolentAI including Senior Product Manager Jaime Domingues, Machine Learning Engineer Olly Oechsle, Solutions Architect Pooj…
 
In this talk, renowned sociologist and best-selling author Eric Klinenberg argues that the future of cities and democratic societies rests not simply on shared values but on social infrastructure: the libraries, parks, schools, and civic organizations where crucial, sometimes life-saving connections, are formed. Drawing on his book, Palaces for the…
 
When Viagra was up for approval through the FDA, the little blue pill was submitted with data from 4,213 subjects, was granted priority review to expedite the cause, and went through a six-month approval process. When Addyi, the first drug for female sexual desire approached the FDA, it was denied priority review despite having supporting data from…
 
To say musician, author and activist Laura Jane Grace has had a defiant career would be the understatement of the year. Whether being accused of leaving the DIY punk scene to pursue a major label career over a decade ago, or courageously challenging people's conceptions of gender identity with a bombshell Rolling Stone article, Grace has remained a…
 
Alexis Jones is on a mission - inspiring people to reconsider stereotypes around sex, gender, and power dynamics. As the founder of I AM THAT GIRL, a badass version of Girl Scouts for college and other women with a 1.2M+ person community online and chapters in 24+ countries, her goal is audacious: to empower women and men of all ages to embrace bot…
 
National political trailblazer Stacey Abrams served eleven years in the Georgia House of Representatives, seven as Minority Leader, and in 2018, Abrams became the Democratic nominee for Governor of Georgia, when she won more votes than any other Democrat in the state’s history. She was the first black woman to become the gubernatorial nominee for a…
 
In a time of rapidly changing viewing habits and preferences, the virtual world has risen to become a key element of daily life. Liverpool Football Club CEO Peter Moore will explore the ways in which the virtual world has impacted both the business of traditional sports, as well as global fan engagement. Clubs, teams and leagues are working hard to…
 
Design is the key differentiator in the automotive world, the fashion business, and other consumer products. Join critically acclaimed recording artist and global apparel and accessories designer A$AP Rocky and Daimler AG Chief Design Officer Gorden Wagener for a discussion on creativity, disruption, fans, followers, customers – and how to create a…
 
Innovation takes both technology, culture and business changes. While your company plans to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) to change your industry’s game, how do you cultivate the right innovative culture, customer obsession and bias for action for ML success? Join Sandy Carter, VP Amazon Web Services, one of the Top 39 Engineers per Business Ins…
 
New York Times bestselling author and New York Magazine Senior Art Critic Jerry Saltz’ new book, How To Be an Artist, was published earlier this year to glowing reviews highlighting it as an inspiration for artists and creatives. Shortly afterward, quarantine began and the creative world was asked to reinvent itself at home. Join him for an insight…
 
It's increasingly difficult for platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube to balance free speech while keeping misinformation and bad-actors in check. Instead of relying solely on content moderation, what if digital media companies tried harder to "make good internet" to crowd out the negativity? In this Keynote from SXSW 2019, co-founder and C…
 
What does the future look like when we have the option to return to the office or remain remote? Which decisions have helped teams, and which changes have thrown communications into disarray? And what mindset shifts are required from leadership? Join GitLab's Head of Remote, Darren Murph, as he sits down with Savvy Millenial founder Savannah Peters…
 
This conversation from SXSW 2019 ranges from audio content creation and episodic production to how creator tools will evolve from a product standpoint. Join Spotify’s Chief Content Officer Dawn Ostroff, Gimlet’s President Matthew Lieber, and Spotify's Head of Podcaster Mission Michael Mignano as they discuss the enormous opportunity in audio and wh…
 
What happens in a world where we simply cannot unplug but still need to find balance and thrive as distractions mount? And, what if we don't know we're distracted? How do we see the full impact of the diversions we don't think twice about today? Brian Solis found his work affected by his day-to-day digital routines, so he set out to solve his probl…
 
The market for cryptocurrencies expanded dramatically over the last few years, and it's no secret this growth outpaced understanding of what remains bleeding-edge technology. This discussion with cryptocurrency analyst Willy Woo and CoinDesk strategist Nolan Bauerle aims to bring focus and clarity to the frontier discipline of cryptoeconomics and a…
 
The medicinal use of cannabis has catapulted it into the mainstream, but its potential benefits go beyond physical health. From moderator Ricky William's experience, the most profound effect its had on his life has been spiritual...in helping him find his purpose. This panel explores how cannabis may contribute to not only physical, but also emotio…
 
While new media platforms have expanded opportunities for diverse journalists and storytellers to create, curate and distribute news and entertainment content, additional support and proactive efforts are needed to help these diverse new entrants find a path to being discovered by an audience and to profitability. David Morgan from the Multicultura…
 
In today’s popular music landscape, instruments are used in more inventive ways than ever as the next generation of artists find new avenues to create. This session with recording artist Elise Trouw, radio personality and author Meredith Ochs, CEO of Fender Andy Mooney, and Ableton's Managing Director for North American Tony McCall explores the dif…
 
What happens when we look at the world from a female point of view? What can audiences gain by looking at film through a female lens? Organized in conjunction with Fandango, this session opens a conversation about seeing film and being seen in film for those who don’t identify with being white, cis, or male. Inspired by her book "The Female Gaze", …
 
It came as a surprise to many that foreign governments may be influencing U.S. elections by manipulating social media. Yet cypherpunks and national security experts alike have long warned of the increasing use of cyberspace as an extension of nationstate politics. Meanwhile, tech startups that moved fast, broke things, and pledged to "do no evil" h…
 
There’s an anti-human agenda embedded in our markets and technologies, which has turned them from a means of human connection into facilitators of isolation and repression. Our corporations and the culture they create glorify individualism at the expense of cooperation, threatening the sustainability not just of our economy but our species. In his …
 
The growth of high school esports will have a direct impact on the growth of the esports and gaming industry as a whole, as many of the kids who become involved will turn into lifelong gamers with loyalties to the publishers they discover. In this featured session, PlayVS founder Delane Parnell and Peter Pham, co-founder of startup incubator Scienc…
 
Lawrence Wright's new novel, The End of October, has been more prescient and relevant than the author could have imagined when he began writing it in 2017. Join Wright and New York Magazine's Lila Shapiro as they discuss the rigorous research that went into The End of October, his creative process, and the heroes that are on the front lines of thes…
 
Chef Kwame Onwuachi's restaurant Kith/Kin was one of the hottest reservations in the country. But COVID-19 has closed its doors and turned the James Beard Award-winning Chef into an activist. He joins Liz Bacelar, a journalist and mentor since the start, in a candid chat on how he has been fighting for local restaurants and their employees, on faci…
 
Roger McNamee, early mentor to Mark Zuckerberg and the author of the new book "Zucked", and Nicholas Thompson, the editor in chief of Wired, discuss the history and future of Facebook and how a company set up to make the world more open and connected is now dealing with criticism that it has undermined American democracy, created social anomie, and…
 
America’s refusal to deal with its history of racism and long-standing racial inequities makes the impact of COVID-19 on Black and Brown communities neither surprising nor accidental. In this session, ReNika Moore, director of the ACLU’s Racial Justice Program, joins Deborah Archer, Co-Faculty Director at the Center on Race, Inequality & the Law at…
 
Texas native Matthew McConaughey is an Academy Award-winning actor who has appeared in over 40 feature films, and become a producer, director, and philanthropist with his just keep livin Foundation. He is joined by Jeff Nichols, who wrote and directed the critically acclaimed 2013 film Mud, which starred McConaughey and Reese Witherspoon.…
 
In this Sessions Online conversation, Tenderfoot TV Co-founder and President, Donald Albright, and ColorCreative COO, Deniese Davis, come together for a discussion on how media and entertainment can bring light to social injustices, give voices to those who have been ignored, and incite real change.
 
In her revealing runaway New York Times Bestselling book, MAYBE YOU SHOULD TALK TO SOMEONE, Lori Gottlieb takes us on an eye-opening, behind-the-scenes tour of the human condition, sharing stories of the patients she sees as a therapist--along with her own as a "card-carrying member of the human race." In conversation with actress Julia Sweeney, sh…
 
Please enjoy this special SXSW Sessions Online episode, featuring a conversation between comedian Judd Apatow and Stephen Colbert, Emmy Award-winning host of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Judd Apatow’s newest film, The King of Staten Island, starring Pete Davidson, was slated to be the opening night film at the SXSW Film Festival and is now a…
 
Senior adviser to the Obama Foundation, businesswoman, political activist, and former government official Valerie Jarrett speaks about her book Finding My Voice: My Journey to the West Wing and the Path Forward. From her work ensuring equality for women and girls, advancing civil rights, reforming our criminal justice system, and improving the live…
 
Digital technologies have brought many benefits to our lives but also new risks, such as the possible misuse of our data and fears of the biggest digital companies monopolizing the market. In this conversation from SXSW 2019, listen as European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager and CNN Digital Worldwide Editor in Chief & SVP Meredith Artl…
 
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