Jeremy White is a public speaker and executive editor of Wired, an influential technology and trend magazine covering innovations and the businesses that build the future. His extensive knowledge of the product world and foresight of design and technology trends has led him to consult with some of the world's largest consumer brands on industrial design and user experience.
Charged with analyzing and identifying emerging trends and technological changes that will affect both consumers and businesses, Jeremy is an expert speaker on a multitude of topics ranging from the Internet of Things to AI, smart homes, cyber security, the autonomous car and innovation in the financial sector.
At Wired, in addition to writing and editing the coverage of the magazine, Jeremy is tasked with evaluating products and technology at the forefront of innovation, from apparel to supercars, architecture and autonomous cars. An area where he has a lot of experience, as he was previously editor of WIRED products and WIRED's GEAR section, where the best "WIRED" products are highlighted and tested. Prior to WIRED, Jeremy White was Digital Editor of How To Spend It at the Financial Times, and before that he was Technology Editor at Esquire magazine.
In addition to his work at WIRED, Jeremy also consults for a wide range of companies, providing an outside perspective on the latest developments and how products could be better designed. By considering how companies create new products, where they go wrong and right, how technology is applied well and badly, he helps companies and individuals understand innovative thinking, how they can adopt it and how their lives and businesses could change. So he finds himself directly in touch with the latest developments in intelligent industrial design and product innovation.
Jeremy White appears regularly on the BBC and Sky News representing the magazine. He is also the curator of the live product experiences at WIRED events, bringing together exclusive exhibitions that showcase the latest developments in automotive, technology, design and art. He has been writing about technology and design for over 10 years and is also currently the technology expert for Telegraph Luxury and Harrods.
Internet of Things
Wearables and Health tech
Autonomous cars and transport
3D printing and maker culture
Future of luxury brands
Host of National Geographic's "Brain Games" & "Origins," & Creator of "Shots of Awe"
Founder and CEO of Hanson Robotics and Creator of Sophia the Robot.
Digital and AI Pioneer, Appointed to Expert Group at The Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence (GPAI), an OECD and G7 initiative for A.I.
Captain of Moonshots (CEO) of X, Alphabet’s moonshot factory