TEDxSeattle to explore the future, live

By Cameron Boosman - Staff Reporter



TEDxSeattle is hosting a free community and live stream event all day on April 27.

 "This is a great way for people to both watch a TED session while experiencing the community of TEDxSeatle," Cherylynne Crowther, a spokewoman for TEDxSeattle, said.

The focus of TED2017 is "The Future You." 

 The talks will focus on humanity and its shared future.

Topics will range from technology's effects on social interactions to the exploration of the solar system and beyond.  

Speakers will include some of the world's premier scientists, entrepreneurs, and artists including Nobel Prize winner Elizabeth Blackburn and comedian Chuck Nice.

TEDxSeattle will be hosting the live stream event of TED2017 at the Seattle Tower and while tickets are free seating will be limited.  

Those interested will need to register in advance to ensure their seats.

The live stream will consist of three different sets of lectures, and those attending may register for all three sets or for sets individually.

The event will be held at the third floor of the Seattle Tower, 1218 Third Ave, and it will begin at 11 a.m. and run until 7 p.m.

For more information, and to register for tickets, visit http://tedxseattle.com/events.

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