The go-to expert on disruptive tech and science in a fast-changing world, David Pogue is a New York Times best-selling author, beloved CBS Sunday Morning correspondent, NOVA host on PBS, and New York Times contributor. Whether he’s covering AI, autonomous vehicles, the future of technology in healthcare, a post-robot world, or climate change, David is a master communicator who brings even the most non-technical audiences up to speed. His highly entertaining keynotes prove that science and technology blend brilliantly with storytelling, humor, and, frequently, music and song. David Pogue provides invaluable insights on how technology impacts our work, businesses, health, society, and connections with each other — now and into the future.
David has been at the forefront of new and emerging tech trends for decades. For 13 years, he wrote the weekly tech column for the New York Times; for a decade, he wrote a monthly column for Scientific American. His work CBS Sunday Morning has won him six Emmy awards.
David is one of the world’s best-selling “how-to” authors, with more than 120 titles and 3 million copies in print. These include seven books in the For Dummies series, his New York Times best-selling Pogue’s Basics series of essential tips and shortcuts, and the Missing Manual series of computer books. His 2021 book, How to Prepare for Climate Change (Simon & Schuster), provides practical advice on preparing for an era of extreme weather events and other climate-caused chaos. His podcast, Unsung Science, features episodes which tell the origin story of an innovative science or technology achievement — as told by the characters themselves, from their first inspiration to the times they almost gave up.
With broad appeal to general, business, healthcare, and tech audiences alike, David Pogue brings expansive knowledge, engaging wit, and an occasional song to center stage. Audiences leave as informed as they are entertained, with an enlightened perspective of the state of science and technology today — and how it’s shaping everyone’s tomorrow.