TEDxKL is back and the theme for this year is Life Hacking. Life Hacking by definition would refer to any productivity trick, short cut skill, or novelty method to increase productivity and efficiency, in all walks of life; in other words, anything that solves an everyday problem in a clever or non-obvious way. However, we are taking a slightly different approach to life hacking itself.
Some of the list of speakers include:
- Peter Sage- The Founder of Space Energy, a multi-billion dollar project focused on the generation and transmission of clean energy and commercialisation of Space Based Solar Power. A well-known entrepreneur who launched, operated and brought to success over 15 start-ups before the age of 30.
- Antony Evans- In what they call the “first step in creating sustainable natural lighting,” Antony, along with a group of innovators coming out of Singularity University, launched a Kickstarter campaign to
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create Glowing Plants, putting forward the idea of replacing street lamps with glowing foliage.
- Red Hong Yi- A Malaysian-born architect who was inspired to create art using everyday materials she found in China as her medium. Known as the artist who “loves to paint, but not with a paintbrush”, her work has been featured by media around the world including Huffington Post, Wall Street Journal, ABC, CNN and NBC. Hong Yi was named one of Esquire magazine’s 12 Brilliant Malaysians and given the Perspective Global’s 40 Under 40 Designers award.
- Gopi Sekhar- A veteran with over 27 years’ experience in Trading, Rubber and Palm Oil processing, he now runs Sekhar Research Innovations (SRI) which was founded by Malaya Rubber technology legend, the late Tan Sri Dr B.C. Sekhar. His production process experience ranges from installation and upgrading capacity to running a wide variety of large production units. Gopi Sekhar spent the last decade with specific involvement in rubber technology, development of processing technologies and application solutions.
- Robest Yong – Widely acclaimed as the most prolific and versatile inventor in Malaysia, and has multiple international and national awards. His first invention, the Polyclone Instant Rubber Stamp machine, won him the gold medal a the International Invention Exhibition in Geneca.
Running into its fifth year here in Malaysia, the event will be held in Halls 2 and 3 of the Mid Valley Exhibition Centre in Kuala Lumpur. Registration starts from 10.30 am onwards.
Pre-registration with a fee of RM150 and are available online at www.tedxkl.com. A limited number of tickets are also sold at the venue for walk-in participants at RM180.