Blake Dyason speaks at the SingularityU Durban Chapter about the power of volunteering and technology.

I was honoured to be invited to the SungularityU Durban Chapter meet up as a guest speaker. The theme for the meet up was, “The future of cities, the future of Durban.”

The Singularity University is based in the United States, but has a global footprint. They are building communities around the world focussed on preparing global leaders and organisations for the future. They encourage the exploration of opportunities and implication created by exponential technologies. They connect and provide a global ecosystem that is shaping the future and solving some the world’s most urgent problems.

I was invited to speak about Brownie Points and the roll volunteering and technology can play in building a better future for all.

Prasenjit Sinha the Durban Chapter ambassador wrapped up the afternoon talks perfectly sharing a breakdown on each speakers presentation, read the full article here.

If you are interested in getting involved in a network of people and businesses focussed at innovation for a better future, join the SingularityU Durban Chapter.

Blake brings a lot of energy, passion and heart into everything he does. He is extremely passionate about our country, it’s people and the environment. He is based in Cape Town and is happiest when he is running around exploring the beauty of the mountains.