Epsilon Connect 2024

May 31, 2024 – June 3, 2024

Nashville, Tennessee

Being Human in the Age of AI









Join us for the second annual Epsilon Connect conference at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee.

Hosted by FABLE and inspired by the groundbreaking work of Epsilon Theory, this year’s conference will focus on the intersection of technology, humanity, and education.

We’re excited to deepen our partnership with the Vanderbilt Library and the McGee Advanced Research Center for Narrative Studies and share our initial collaboration around their extraordinary digital archives.

Weekend Overview

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Welcome Reception
May 31
Vanderbilt Special Collections

Start the conference with an evening of connection and inspiration, co-hosted by Jon Shaw and the Vanderbilt Library.

Main Conference
Saturday, June 2 – Sunday, June 3
Vanderbilt SLC

Discover groundbreaking insights from 13D Research on smartphones' impact on children's brains, a live performance by Scott Bradlee, discussions on modern capitalism and the vibes economy, and  much more.

Closing Brunch
Monday, June 3
Vanderbilt SLC

Bid farewell to new friends and old at our goodbye brunch on Monday morning, setting the stage for future collaborations.


Please find answers to some commonly asked questions below. If you can't find the information you need, please be in touch at connect-2024@fable.team

Who is hosting Epsilon Connect?

Epsilon Connect is held by the Foundation for Applied Bio Linguistic Exploration (FABLE), a nonprofit exploring the intersection of narrative and technology, examining their combined impact on storytelling, the human condition, and neuroscience.

Are there any planned evening events?

We'll be hosting evening events on Friday and on Sunday. On Friday, please join us at the welcome reception co-hosted with the Vanderbilt Library. On Sunday, we'll have a relaxed night of drinks, dinner, and good conversation immediately following the conference. Saturday is a free evening to explore Nashville's vibrant nightlife!

Is the conference wheelchair accessible?

Yes, Vanderbilt is a fully wheelchair accessible campus. If you require accommodation during the conference, please email us at connect-2024@fable.team.

What does Epsilon Connect 2024 cost and what does my fee cover?

The registration price for Epsilon Connect is $950 and does not include hotel, transportation, or evening meals. $350 of the value of each ticket will be considered a charitable contribution to Fable, the 501(c)3 sponsor of Epsilon Connect 2024.

What is the dress code?

The dress code is casual.

What hotels are near the conference location?

There are many hotels within walking distance of the Vanderbilt campus with a range to fit any budget. For convenience, we recommend Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt University or the Holiday Inn Nashville-Vanderbilt.

How do I get to the conference?

We recommend walking or ride-share services, which have easy drop-off and pick-up points around campus. Parking is limited on the Vanderbilt Campus.