As a first after the pandemic, Lauren spoke at the much-postponed QSP Marketing Summit in Porto, Portugal along with headliners such as Malcolm Gladwell. She spoke about the Pop Culture Innovation Economy: insights around the intersection of Millennials, emerging tech, and culture. It was a massive success!
Lauren was asked to moderate two panels during the massive VivaTech conference in Paris France April, 2019. She was also selected to conduct the fireside chat with the CMO of Procter & Gamble while there as well.
Be part of a unique morning discussion at Microsoft that not only analyzes the massive 2018 mid-term election results from a technology strategy point-of-view but fast-forwards to implications, opportunities and challenges around the future of blockchain voting, Artificial Intelligence usage, cryptocurrency fundraising and more...
Media, in all its forms, has never been more present in our lives than today. But it's about to take a wild turn. This event provides a rare look at what's next at the intersectional point of media startups and data/privacy from a top experts within that eco-system. Notables in the space will examine the landscape in the specific arena of tech as it intersects with media-related start-ups in an era after the Cambridge Analytica scandal made complicated even further by geopolitical issues as they intersect with tech investment...
Bret Jacobson, co-founder of digital advocacy firm Red Edge and Lauren DeLisa Coleman, a Digi-Cultural Trend Analyst, joined Cheddar to discuss social media CEOs testifying in front of Congress again.
If you thought artificial intelligence took major strides in 2018, buckle up; 2019 may well be an even bigger year for the industry. What are insiders watching ー and what will make the biggest entrance in 2019? Cheddar's Crystal Ball has generated a prediction: Open source A.I., which allows information to be shared freely across many platforms.
Digi-Cultural Trend Analyst Lauren deLisa Coleman says cash is dead. She delves into how MasterCard is incorporating new technologies, like the Qkr app, that allow consumers to leave their wallets at home. Coleman also notes the growing concerns about privacy as technology becomes more advance.