Next year's Discovery will take place from noon on April 18 to noon on April 20, 2017 at the Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel.
Look forward to new ways to reconnect with colleagues, reframe the critical questions and refine our paths forward.
Registration is now open. Early bird rates are available until March 17, 2017. And take advantage of reduced hotel rates.
News & Updates
Announcing Three Keynote Speakers
Statistics don't lie. Or do they? Cathy O'Neil, data scientist and self-described math nerd, explains how modeling and algorithms might just be "opinions embedded in mathematics."
As big data continues to influence decision makers and policy in everything from education to gambling to the justice system, Cathy looks at just how subjective it can be—and what makes it become a weapon of math destruction.
Every day, we do things without paying attention to them. As our actions become habits, they become more and more automatic.
Judson Brewer, a leading neuroscientist and mindfulness pioneer, asks: Can we break our habits by bringing more attention to the thoughts and sensations associated with them?
Judson looks at how habits are formed, and how mindfulness techniques can help us become aware of our cravings in order to become less ruled by them.
Roy Baumeister, renowned psychology researcher and bestselling co-author of Willpower: Rediscovering the Greatest Human Strength, will explore the power - and limits - of human willpower.
Have you got new research to share with your colleagues? Don't miss this opportunity to contribute to the Discovery 2017 agenda. Submit your proposal by January 13, 2017