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Upcoming events:

Details on the upcoming events will be available soon

Details on the upcoming events will be available soon

Past events:

Social Life 3.0
September, 15, 2022 / HaRabi MiBachrach St 6, Tel Aviv-YafoSocial Life 3.0

Social 3.0 means how we meet new people for work, romantic partnerships, and friendships; how we maintain relationships; how we communicate for work & fun; what kind of people we interact with, and which communities we belong to. At our private event in Tel Aviv, we discussed the future of Social Life and how it will evolve with the new technology: metaverse, blockchain, AR/VR.

WeBoat 3.0 Meetup
July 14, 2022 / Cyprus, Limassol Marina, Catamaran SaloneWeBoat 3.0 Meetup

Metaverse - another buzzword or the next big thing?

Social Discovery Ventures in partnership with Linq Conference brings IT startup founders and investors together to discuss current issues of Web 3.0 and the future of metaverse.

Metaverse: building<br>new worlds for<br>entertainment
May 31, 2022 / Armenia, YerevanMetaverse: building
new worlds for
entertainment

Is metaverse a trove for the entertainment industry? Perhaps, one day it will change the way we amuse ourselves and our avatars will visit virtual theaters, cinemas, music festivals, and theme parks.

This is one of the issues we discuss at the meetup, kickstarting the major Yerevan IT conference “Emerge”. We uncover the possibilities metaverse holds for the entertainment industry, and dwell upon SDV Lab projects and the future of virtual worlds.

The future of metaverse and artificial life forms
May 19, 2022 / Business yacht, Dubai, UAEThe future of metaverse and artificial life forms

Our reality is undergoing a historic transformation. AI and Metaverse are taking our world far beyond the limitations of physics and time. What's ahead of us?

During this meetup, we try to predict the future. We take a cruise on the board of Black Premium yacht and start with the presentation of SDV Lab projects by Dmitry Volkov. His speech is complemented by the philosopher Anton Kuznetsov drawing the line between simulation and reality.