The keynotes by James Fowler focus on the power of social networks in society and the purpose of these networks. James Fowler explores these various dynamics of social networks by looking at its contribution to mood changes, weight gain, friends and spouses.
James worked for the United States Peace Corps in Latacunga, Ecuador, and he was also a professor at Yale University and Harvard University. James has been featured in New York Times Magazine's Year in Ideas for his research on genopolitics with Chris Dawes. He is the co-author of 'Connected,' which has been translated into twenty languages. James Fowler is currently a professor of medical genetics and political science at the University of California.
The keynotes by James Fowler provide insight to audiences about the effects a social network has on one's life. Social networks have a powerful influence on human behavior, and this affects the lives of individuals in the short-term and long-term.