Steve Wozniak's keynotes take a gander at some of his own personal beliefs and goals while encouraging innovative thoughts from others.
After having attended the University of California, Berkeley, from 1984 to 1985, Steve Wozniak had already co-founded Apple alongside Steve Jobs. An inductee into the Inventors Hall of Fame in 2000, a recipient of the Heinz Award for Technology in 2000 and the National Medal of Technology in 1985, Wozniak has received some of the highest honors in his field of expertise.
After taking a risky gamble by dropping out of University of California, Berkeley in 1971 to create his first computer, Wozniak and Jobs formed Apple and changed the future of computer processing. The inventor of the world's first personal computer, the Apple guru has contributed to the field of technology in immeasurable ways. While still an employee of the company he created, he has not been a full-time employee with Apple since 1987.