Peter Hirshberg, Co-founder and Chairman, The Conversation Group; Chairman, Board of Advisors, Technorati. Introduction: Assaf Biderman, Associate Director, MIT SENSEable City Lab. 10/12/2009.
12/03/2009 6:30 PM 4"370Daniel Goleman, Psychologist, writer; Deborah G. Ancona, Seley Distinguished Professor of Management; Faculty Director, MIT Leadership Center; Greg Norris, '85, Founder, SylvaticaDescription: Some people believe the planet would be better off, at least ecologically, if ...
Ted Morgan, CEO, Skyhook Wireless; Kipp Jones, Chief Architect, Skyhook Wireless. 10/12/2009
Glen Urban, Professor of Marketing, MIT Sloan School of Management; Chairman, MIT Center for Digital Business. 10/12/2009
Deborah Estrin, Professor of Computer Science, UCLA; Director, Center for Embedded Networked Sensing. 10/12/2009
Alex ("Sandy") Pentland, Toshiba Professor of Media, Arts, and Sciences, MIT; Director, Human Dynamics Lab. 10/12/2009
Ian Li, Anind Dey, Jodi Forlizzi (Carnegie Mellon). 10/12/2009
Christophe Aguiton, Dominique Cardon, Zbigniew Smoreda (Orange Labs). 10/12/2009
Discussion with Session I presenters. Moderator: Allan Friedman, Post-doctoral Fellow, Center for Research in Computation and Society, Harvard University. 10/12/2009
Erin Kenneally, Kimberly Claffy, (UC San Diego). 10/12/2009
Anmol Madan, Ben Waber, Margaret Ding, Paul Kominers, Alex (Sandy) Pentland (MIT). 10/12/2009
Nathan Eagle (MIT, Santa Fe Institute). 10/12/2009
Kevin Marcus (Intelius Inc.). 10/12/2009
Discussion with Session III presenters. Moderator: Leonidas Kontothanassis, Senior Staff Engineer, Performance Analysis, Google Boston Labs. 10/12/2009
Andre Hamman (MIT), Ting Shih, Greg Snyders (ClickDiagnostics, Inc.). 10/12/2009
Michael Siegel, Principle Research Scientist, MIT Sloan School of Management. 10/12/2009
Jonathan Hayes, Co-founder & President, Amherst Mobile Ventures Inc. 10/12/2009
Alan Davidson returns to the questions of the impact of public policy on the way technology is evolving in the Internet space.
Based on this roster of speakers, the MIT Center for Future Civic Media exists in a constant state of productive ferment, if not adrenaline rush.