Although she is always busy exploring “virtual reality” bubbles, Naomi Roth considers herself hyper-humanistic. In 2016, she launched Virtuality for Reality, the first international community of virtual reality researchers, directors and enthusiasts who study its practical applications at the service of mankind. That same year, she co-created an innovation research center on new technologies (virtual reality, augmented reality, and artificial intelligence) and became a lecturer, consultant and trainer. Her key message? There’s no such thing as “virtual”: Technological advances offer us exceptional insight into how we function as human beings, highlighting our weaknesses and the way we question our self-determination. Now Naomi focuses on how our surrounding environment and narratives impact us. She will speak on this and more at this year’s summit.