FiRe X 2012 Highlights - futureinreview

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"FiRe Films: A New Program Uniting Technology, Finance, and Documentaries": (L-R) host Geralyn Dreyfous (Utah Film Center), Peter Byck ("Carbon Nation"), Chris Paine ("Revenge of the Electric Car"), James Balog ("Chasing Ice"), and Louie Psihoyos ("The Cove").

 May 22-25, 2012: At the Montage in Laguna Beach, CA, 200 thought leaders - high technology engineers and executives, entrepreneurs, scientists, and media professionals - gathered for 3 days to participate in FiRe X, the 10th annual Future in Review conference, presented by the Strategic News Service and led by SNS founder and technology visionary Mark Anderson. Interviews, panel discussions, and informal conversations ranged from IP protection to CO2 and climate change, new healthcare paradigms, global economics, ocean toxins, robotics, documentary filmmaking,  medical diagnostics, technology solutions for social issues, global economics, mobile computing, and tech solutions to human trafficking and aging with dignity.

"FiRe Films: A New Program Uniting Technology, Finance, and Documentaries": (L-R) host Geralyn Dreyfous (Utah Film Center), Peter Byck ("Carbon Nation"), Chris Paine ("Revenge of the Electric Car"), James Balog ("Chasing Ice"), and Louie Psihoyos ("The Cove").

May 22-25, 2012: At the Montage in Laguna Beach, CA, 200 thought leaders - high technology engineers and executives, entrepreneurs, scientists, and media professionals - gathered for 3 days to participate in FiRe X, the 10th annual Future in Review conference, presented by the Strategic News Service and led by SNS founder and technology visionary Mark Anderson. Interviews, panel discussions, and informal conversations ranged from IP protection to CO2 and climate change, new healthcare paradigms, global economics, ocean toxins, robotics, documentary filmmaking, medical diagnostics, technology solutions for social issues, global economics, mobile computing, and tech solutions to human trafficking and aging with dignity.

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From 2012 Thursday Morning