Anyone interested in joining the Guardian Activate Summit at Kings Place, London on 22nd June 2011 should register by tomorrow to gain 20% off tickets.
Activate is a platform, created by the Guardian Newspaper, Guardian News and Media as a way of "harnessing and employing technological and social innovation for human betterment." Bringing together some of the world's most influential figures, it aims to discuss and debate the influence of technology in different areas across global society and how can it help make the world a better place.
Now in its third year, this year's Activate will see speakers including Pierre Omidyar, founder of eBay and Omidyar Network; Alec Ross, Senior Advisor for Innovation at the US State Department; and Sobia Hamed, Founder of DataGiving discuss subjects covering The Future of Democracy in a Networked World; how data can save the world; and ways of creating sustainable and effective models for tech-led social innovation.
To find out more, read speaker interviews online and register for the summit, visit www.guardian.co.uk/activate/london