Referred to as “the most famous astronaut since Neil Armstrong,” Colonel Chris Hadfield is a worldwide sensation whose rendition of David Bowie’s Space Oddity gained over 41 million views and was called “possibly the most poignant version of the song ever created” by Bowie himself.
A heavily decorated astronaut, engineer and pilot, as well as the author of three internationally bestselling books, Hadfield is possibly the biggest speaker to join Dublin Tech Summit to date.
CEO Will Brightling said: “As we come closer to the event, it’s a real thrill for our team to start seeing their hard work paying off. Chris Hadfield is just the first of many big names we have lined up for 2019, which really shows how far we have grown in two short years. I think people should expect a more mature tech summit for 2019, which from day one, set out with a very clear focus and vision. Our aim is to continue to showcase Dublin as a global tech hub, however, we will also dive deeper into emerging technologies, such as blockchain, AI, and 5g, with an eagerness to uncover what future impact these technologies may have on business and society. Speaking of impact – the DTS line up contains some really exciting additions yet to be revealed, including some that Dublin has never seen before. We can’t say any more yet, but stay tuned for huge news shortly.”
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About Dublin Tech Summit:
DTS 2019 will bring together global leaders in innovation, technology and business to shape the future of global trends and technologies. The summit will showcase everything Dublin has to offer as a global technology hub, exploring emerging technologies in an attempt to uncover what the future holds for society, as well as goals to affect change in the areas of diversity, inequality, and sustainability. To learn more visit dublintechsummit.com and follow them on Facebook and Twitter.