How do we solve the world’s biggest problems? Invest in the next generation.

Navid Nathoo
The Knowledge Society
April 18, 2019

Last Sunday, we hosted the TKS Innovate Conference in Toronto, Canada. This was the first conference of its kind in the world. In one day, we exposed thousands of students age 13–17yrs old to global industry leaders in areas including Augmented Reality, Blockchain, AI, Nanotech Health, Cryptocurrencies, and Quantum Computing.

This conference changed the lives of students across the country. Here are some quotes from the attendees:

“I learned that it’s time to go out and do it. Before the conference, I wanted to learn more about AI, but was putting barriers for myself. But Karthik motivated me to just delve into it and learn as I go!”

“When I attended TKS Innovate, I left so inspired and empowered, and I need to do something with this new knowledge. *When I saw the TKS alumni panel I knew that I could change the world today, instead of tomorrow.”

“I learned that it doesn’t matter how old I am or how much I don’t know, I will always be able to teach myself and look for new ways to be innovative because my mind and my ideas matter.”

Together, we are building the next generation of global innovators who will work together to solve the world’s most important problems.

Thank you to all the organizations that supported TKS Innovate! We could not have made this possible without you.

Shoutout to: Google, RBC, EmojiHEALTH, General Motors, WealthsimpleMetaVRse, House of VR, Secret Location, Maple — Online Healthcare, The Rumie Initiative, and Corus Entertainment.

Thank you to the incredible speakers: Lauren Baldesarra, Karthik Ramakrishnan, Steven Stronach, Anthony Di Iorio, Harry Gandhi, Matthew Spoke, and Eric Ladizinsky.