Daniel Sieberg

Senior Marketing Executive, Emmy®-Nominated Reporter & Co-founder of Google News Lab

Daniel Sieberg is a top business keynote speaker who has been featured at events all over the world including the London School of Economics, Internet Show Indonesia, Broadband Infovision Awards in Amsterdam, Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Yale School of Architecture, Smart Content in Korea, NY XPO and the Global Contact Forum in Mexico City among many others.

  • Daniel Sieberg`s Keynote Speaker Fee This reflects Daniel Sieberg`s U.S. Speaking Fee

    $20,001 - $30,000

  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    USA

  • Daniel Sieberg`s Keynote Speaker Fee This reflects Daniel Sieberg`s U.S. Speaking Fee

    $20,001 - $30,000

  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    USA

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Tech Life 2020

A frequent first rule of predicting tech trends: never trust an expert who proclaims to know the future. But in this case, Daniel Sieberg, who spent 20 years reporting on tech for the likes of CNN, ABC, CBS and the BBC before joining Google four years ago, bases his insights ...

A frequent first rule of predicting tech trends: never trust an expert who proclaims to know the future. But in this case, Daniel Sieberg, who spent 20 years reporting on tech for the likes of CNN, ABC, CBS and the BBC before joining Google four years ago, bases his insights on past as prologue for what’s next and how our immersion in connectedness is affecting our very humanity. Sieberg, who also wrote The Digital Diet , lays out what got us here with devices and smartphone, what’s happening today with social/online/wearable, and stitches together a potential glimpse at where we’re headed. It’s not about a crystal ball, it’s about informed and inspired analysis to assess what’s next from mobility to identity to VR.

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The Robots are Coming - Don't be Afraid!

These days robotics is increasingly a part of our lives from assisted-living robots in Japan to automation in construction and manufacturing to new ways to think of animatronic creations as companions. Some of this technology is driven by advancements in artificial ...

These days robotics is increasingly a part of our lives from assisted-living robots in Japan to automation in construction and manufacturing to new ways to think of animatronic creations as companions. Some of this technology is driven by advancements in artificial intelligence and more realistic design. And largely the goals are to aid in human production, development and efficiency. But should robots look like humans – or not? Will we one day call robots our friends? And do initial forays into robot communication – like “bots” in social media programs – provide a glimpse of how we might one day interact with virtual beings? Daniel Sieberg, longtime tech expert and Googler explains the short-term future of these technologies and how we shouldn’t fear the rise of the robots.

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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...

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.  –

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How is your brand really being perceived?

How do you connect with consumers in a way that’s authentic amidst a flood of information online? What can any company do to highlight the “why” of their business? Daniel Sieberg, former technology reporter for CBS, CNN and ABC and current exec at Google, ...

How do you connect with consumers in a way that’s authentic amidst a flood of information online? What can any company do to highlight the “why” of their business? Daniel Sieberg, former technology reporter for CBS, CNN and ABC and current exec at Google, examines what it means to really engage with people around a product or idea and how to win hearts/minds in a meaningful way. It’s about more than just a plan, it’s about turning customers into fans through the right amount of transparency and access to the very DNA of your company. This talk will feature an actionable plan to get started with new implementations in any business.

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News 3.0

The ways in which we consume (and produce) news has evolved rapidly in recent years from mobile to social to UGC. It presents both challenges and opportunities for traditional media, and there are more changes coming including VR, expanded data journalism and increasing ...

The ways in which we consume (and produce) news has evolved rapidly in recent years from mobile to social to UGC. It presents both challenges and opportunities for traditional media, and there are more changes coming including VR, expanded data journalism and increasing eyewitness videos. In addition, media startups are seeks to disrupt the establishment with a slew of new ways for people to get the information they care about. What does it mean to our pursuit of quality information? Daniel Sieberg, former technology reporter for CBS, CNN and ABC, author of The Digital Diet and global head of media outreach with the Google News Lab, outlines the pace of progress within the news space and looks ahead to where it’s going.

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Why follow the leader?

Why do the best leaders succeed? What is it about them? And is it possible to emulate their behavior? There’s a potential leader in all of us, but it often requires a deep examination of everything from our core values to our ability to relate to others to our ability to...

Why do the best leaders succeed? What is it about them? And is it possible to emulate their behavior? There’s a potential leader in all of us, but it often requires a deep examination of everything from our core values to our ability to relate to others to our ability to emotionally invest in our people. The impact can be felt from the boardroom to the mailroom and even the living room of your clients/customers. There’s no silver bullet, but Daniel Sieberg, author of The Digital Diet and current exec at Google, outlines a leadership path for anyone looking to better their skills and lead with heart. Sieberg has interviewed some of the biggest leaders in technology while he was a tech reporter for CBS, CNN and ABC, completed elite-level training courses and leads a growing international team within Google. It’s also about lessons learned from 25 years within the media-tech industry, the psychology of how people respond to direction/guidance and even what coaching youth soccer can tell us about leading the next successful team.

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About Keynote Speaker Daniel Sieberg

Daniel Sieberg is a former co-founder at a blockchain-based journalism platform where he led eco-system growth and business development. Sieberg previously helped build the News Lab at Google and was a senior marketing executive there for six years; he also served often as official Google spokesperson. Prior to joining Google in 2011, Sieberg was an award-winning technology correspondent and anchor/analyst for CNN, CBS News, ABC News, BBC News and MSNBC dating back to 2000. He also worked as a business and civics reporter for the Vancouver Sun and wrote his first book, The Digital Diet, about a healthy approach to consuming technology.

Daniel Sieberg has been a featured speaker at events all over the world including the London School of Economics, Internet Show Indonesia, Broadband Infovision Awards in Amsterdam, Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Yale School of Architecture, Smart Content in Korea, NY XPO and the Global Contact Forum in Mexico City among many others. He generally finds a way to weave in the book since the research crosses several avenues of technology, business and society. He’s just as comfortable talking about the value of backend analytics as he is about the future of connectedness on mobile devices or the social behavior of raid parties in MMOs.

Besides being a Googler and a geek, Sieberg also loves watching hockey (originally from Canada) and tries to stay in shape through cycling and running. He lives in New York with his wife and two daughters. He has a bachelor’s degree in writing/film from UVic ’98 and a master’s degree in journalism from UBC ’00.

 

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