Andrew has given keynote speeches in many countries around the world including the United States, Canada, Britain, Brazil, South Korea, Singapore, Spain, France, Germany, Holland, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Ireland, Austria and Poland. At the United Nations Conference on the Internet in November 2007 in Rio, he debated Internet founder Vint Cerf. He frequently lectures at universities including UC Berkeley, Vanderbilt, Oxford, York, Warsaw and Amsterdam, where he gave the 21st Globalization Felix Meritis lecture. He has also appeared at literary festivals in Rio de Janeiro and Los Angeles and spoken at the London Institute of Contemporary Arts and the Royal Society of Arts where he is a Fellow.
- DIGITAL VERTIGO: HOW SOCIAL MEDIA IS DIVIDING & DIMINISHING US
- THE IMPACT OF A HYPER-CONNECTED WORLD ON SOCIETY
- LEARNING & EDUCATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY
- CULT OF THE AMATEUR: IS THE INTERNET KILLING OUR CULTURE?
- HOW COMPANIES SHOULD & SHOULDN’T USE SOCIAL MEDIA
- THE IMPACT OF THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION ON POLITICS & CULTURE
- READING, WRITING AND THINKING IN THE 21ST CENTURY