Mark Serrels is an Editorial Director at CNET News. He oversees the Australian CNET team and has been writing about tech and video games for most of his adult life. In his spare time he likes to climb rocks, eat porridge and make fun of all your favourite movies.
Andrew Hutchinson is the Head of Content and Social Media at Social Media Today. He's a multi-award winning blogger and author, a social media marketing analyst and an occasional advisor on social business strategy. He lives and works in Canberra, Australia.
Graduate of the journalism program at Ryerson University. In the tech space, I'm most interested in video games, virtual reality and artificial intelligence. I'm also vehemently against pineapple on pizza.
Abishur Prakash is a geopolitical futurist focused on how new technologies, such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, gene editing, virtual reality, and more, will transform geopolitics. He works at Center for Innovating the Future, a strategy innovation lab based in Toronto. Prakash is the author of Next Geopolitics: The Future of World Affairs (Technology) Vols. 1 and 2, and of the forthcoming book, Go.AI (Geopolitics of Artificial Intelligence). He speaks regularly at public and private events on the geopolitics of technology and its implications for countries and companies.
A Scottish transplant to Canada, Kris writes about tech, film, streaming, games and sometimes other things. He lives with his partner and many, many plants.
Jon has led a double-sided life: he grew up with technology as a youngling but spent much of his time in academia learning to write. Thankfully, people have been making jobs for people like him.
A creative professional with the unique ability of combining marketing, design and business knowledge into products and services recognized by the clients worldwide. Dedicated expert with eye for detail and excellent work ethics.
Andreas Menn is an editor for innovation & digital and writes about digitization, automation, artificial intelligence, biotech and space. He is also the man for innovation: He gave impulses for new forms of storytelling and newsletter formats - and implemented these projects in the everyday life of the editorship together with colleagues. He is currently working on bringing journalistic stories into virtual reality worlds. Texts and more information: www.andreasmenn.com .
I'm City A.M.'s award-winning technology editor, covering everything from happenings at Apple and Google to the latest London startup. In particular fintech, blockchain, artifical intelligence, driverless cars, virtual reality and the sharing economy get me out of bed in the morning. I'm always trying to illustrate stories with pictures of dogs. Sometimes with some success. I was named technology journalist of the year at the UK Tech Awards.
Internationally best-selling author; keynote speaker; futurist; #business, #technology, and #data advisor to governments and companies.
Vic is an award-winning games journalist, bringing experience from IGN, Eurogamer and more to the TechRadar table.
Freelance tech and science writer (Gizmodo, TechRadar, T3, PopSci, ScienceAlert, New Atlas, Guardian, Telegraph, Popular Mechanics, etc)
I am the CEO and Founder of REWIND, an Emmy nominated immersive content studio that fuses bleeding-edge technology with award-winning creative storytelling. The team combines its deep-rooted heritage in VFX and CGI production, with an industry-defining approach to VR, AR, MR and experiential marketing. I am also Chair of the BAFTA Immersive Entertainment Advisory Group and the Chair of Immerse UK, the first nation-wide network for immersive companies. Prior to founding REWIND, I was a senior university lecturer for 15 years in digital animation, VFX and emerging technology. Teaching over 1,300 students, writing four degrees, two masters and supervising PHDs during my tenure.
Tech media soulless hipster. Writes for @WiredUK, The Observer, Empire, et al.
Tech feature writer & sub 📝 @WiredUK @prospect_uk @guardian @Independent @HUCKmagazine @theovertake @Dazed @BlackBalladUK.
Calum is lead producer at Dezeen. He holds an undergraduate degree in English literature and film studies from University of Glasgow, where he also worked for the Glasgow Film Festival and co-founded an events series at Sub Club. He spent a year teaching English at a high school in Fukuoka, Japan, and then completed a master's in film studies at King's College London, before starting at Dezeen in October 2016.
Emma Jacobs writes features with a particular focus on work and office life. She is the co-author of the satirical column, Work Tribes.
Senior journalist at GAMINGbible. Former deputy editor of PCGamesN and news editor of Kotaku UK. Written for Eurogamer, PC Gamer, Rock, Paper, Shotgun, Wired, and GamesMaster.
Will Shanklin is New Atlas' VR and Mobile Editor, and has been part of the team since 2012. He covers a broad range of consumer tech, including virtual reality hardware and software, smartphones, tablets, laptops and smartwatches.
Peter writes about the intersection of culture and technology: AR/VR, pop culture, gear, and the future of human interaction. His book, Future Presence: How Virtual Reality is Changing Human Connection, Intimacy, and the Limits of Ordinary Life, was published in April 2018.
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