Daniel Sieberg

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About

Daniel Sieberg is the head of media outreach and official spokesperson at Google. Since joining the company in late 2011, Sieberg leads a team that supports journalists around the world as they use Google’s tools for newsgathering including Google Maps and Google Earth, Fusion Tables, Google+, Search, Trends, YouTube and more. He also routinely appears on TV and radio to talk about a wide variety of Google’s products and initiatives.

The Emmy-nominated Sieberg was previously a technology reporter dating back to the late 1990s for the likes of CBS News, CNN, ABC News, and BBC News America.

Speech Topics

Next-Gen Healthcare Trends

From pedometers to smartphone apps to glucose-sensing contact lenses, what’s next for people to personally monitor their own well-being? How can we give people access to their own medical data and make informed decisions? When is knowing too much not helpful? Daniel Sieberg, who spent 20 years reporting on technology for the likes of CNN, ABC, CBS and the BBC and authored The Digital Diet before joining Google four years ago, looks at the technologies available on the market today, how consumers are embracing them and looks ahead to what might be possible. This is a chance to dive into the self-monitoring aspect of healthcare for a thought-provoking presentation on a topic that offers a potentially dramatic shift in medicine.

Consuming Technology In A Healthy Way

Based on his book: The DIgital Diet: The 4-step plan to break your tech addiction and regain balance in your life

On average, we check our smartphones more than 125 times per day. Per DAY. And what are we doing with that time? Playing Candy Crush? Checking for emails that aren’t there? Sharing selfies? How is the world adapting to such a heavy influx of data and personal technology and what’s it doing to our relationships, our work/life balance and our sense of self? This is relevant for a wide range of audiences from families to businesses to individuals all trying to adapt to our connected age. There’s a lot at stake from productivity to our identity to the next ways we’ll be communicating with each other. Daniel Sieberg, former technology reporter for CBS, CNN and ABC, author of The Digital Diet and current exec at Google, offers ways to better understand the dilemma of today’s connected consumers and a plan for coping with it all.

Technology has overwhelmed our daily lives to the point of constant distraction. Many of us can no longer focus on a single task or face-to-face conversation without wanting to reach outor retreatto the virtual world every few minutes.

Science and technology reporter and recovering digital addict Daniel has devised a foolproof 4-step plan to help you regain control, focus, and true connection in your life.

Step 1//Re: Think: Consider how technology has overwhelmed our society and the effect it’s had on your physical, mental, and emotional health.

Step 2//Re: Boot: Take stock of your digital intake using Sieberg’s Virtual Weight Index and step back from the device.

Step 3//Re: Connect: Focus on restoring the relationships that have been harmed by the technology in your life.

Step 4//Re: Vitalize: Learn how to live with technologythe healthy way, by optimizing your time spent e-mailing, texting, on Facebook, and web surfing.

This program will enable families to communicate better, employees to be more productive, and friends to stay in touch. Sieberg teaches us how to manage and use the technology in our lives to our advantage, without letting it control us.

Tech Life 2025

What are the developments today that will impact our lives in the near future? Daniel Sieberg, former Google spokesperson and marketing exec and now cofounder at Civil, examines the trends around everything from blockchain and crypto currency to AI to virtual reality and puts it all into context for both a techie crowd as well as the layperson. Sieberg will also explore how the pace of change has increased so dramatically (and why) and what this means for short-term forecasting and projections in any business.

Telling A Better Story

At the core of any successful business is a story of why; why does any business exist and what are they trying to solve? And beyond that narrative, how is that story best articulated and conveyed with customers and a broader audience? The art of telling a better story through people, crafting the right words of engagement and learning from other successes (and failures) is just part of what Daniel Sieberg will cover.

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