Chris Dancy

Chris Dancy, featured on the cover of Businessweek "Global Tech", Fox News, NPR, BBC, TechCrunch, Mashable, Wired, TED and a 2016 SHOWTIME special dedicated to his life as "The most connected human on Earth.”

For 25 years, serving in many leadership roles within technology and healthcare. 

A noted keynote speaker and executive workshop retreat facilitator Chris guides organizations and audiences on a journey into the future of the computing when behavior becomes the interface. A disruptive breathtaking journey that leaves audience spellbound. 
 
Chris entered the public dialog concerning digital health as the media started to focus on wearable technology. Known for utilizing up to 700 sensors, devices, applications, and services to track, analyze, and optimize as many areas of his life.
 
This quantification enables him to see the connections of otherwise invisible data, resulting in dramatic upgrades to his health, productivity, and quality of life.
 
Known as “The world’s most connected human” he travels extensively speaking and consulting on topics related to IOT, Quantified Self, and digital health.”

Sara M. Watson

Sara M. Watson is a technology critic and a Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University. Her work explores how people are learning to live with, understand, and interpret data. Sara is interested in the interactions between users, data and algorithms, and the internet platforms that mediate and govern digital experiences. She aims to uncover the ways that corporations, governments, and individuals use data from wearable sensors, the internet of things, and other digitally processed systems. And she examines and influences public discourse on technological change in popular culture. Sara’s writing has appeared in The AtlanticAl Jazeera AmericaWiredHarvard Business Review, and Slate.

At Berkman, Sara contributes to the Center’s cybersecurity and internet health data initiatives. She spearheads Berkman’s Study Group program and convenes a number of discussion groups, including Tech Book Club and Angry Tech Salon. She is also a Digital Ecologies Research Partnership (DERP) Fellow.

Sara has previously worked as an enterprise technology analyst at The Research Board (Gartner, Inc.), exploring implications of technological trends for Fortune 500 CIOs. She consults with organizations such as Crimson Hexagon, Brightcove, and The World Economic Forum on data practices and policies.

Sara holds an MSc in the Social Science of the Internet with distinction from the Oxford Internet Institute, where her award winning thesisexamined the personal data interests of the Quantified Self community. She graduated from Harvard College magna cum laude with a joint degree in English and American Literature and Film Studies. Her disciplinary influences include media studies, science and technology studies, anthropology, and literature. 

KLINT FINLEY (Retired host)

I'm a writer deciphering developer culture and emerging technology at Wired Enterprise. I also write a monthly column for TechCrunch, co-host the podcast Mindful Cyborgs with Chris Dancy and maintain the blogTechnoccult.

I'm available to speak about any of my beats, or about journalism in general, at independent conferences and other events.

You can contact me at "me at klintfinley.com." If it's sensitive, you can send me an encrypted e-mail. 

  • My key beats include:
  • Software development
  • Hacker culture
  • Open source
  • Code literacy
  • Big data and data science
  • Google Fiber and ultra-highspeed internet
  • Cloud computing (particularly PaaS)
  • The future of computing
  • The future of work