In this public lecture, MIT Visiting Artist Tomas Saraceno discussed the speculative context and experimental materials of his Cloud Cities with Nader Tehrani and Anton Garcia-Abril
Researchers at MIT are using a new mathematical model to better understand how contagious diseases are spread by air travel.
A broad-based capacity for experimentation is critical for organizations to succeed because the systems in which people are embedded are increasingly complex and fast.
Chan discusses research and education in his group.
The idea of this lesson is to introduce, in a simplified manner, the so-called Braess's Paradox
Krishnamachari describes his work at EmTech 2011: Smarter wireless networks University of Southern California By creating smarter wireless networks that can handle mobile devices and interference more efficiently than today's Wi-Fi and cellular
This video illustrates how referral between participants of the MIT team spread on the continental U.S. before and during the DARPA challenge. Each white line represents a referral from an existing participant's location of the MIT team to the the location of a new team participant. ~36 hours ...
Search and the Social Web: Sep Kamvar
Wadah Khanfar on the Arab Spring and Closing remarks
Civic Media and Networks — Understanding Media as an Ecosystem: Ethan Zuckerman
Open Innovation and Creativity Panel. Moderator, Joi Ito; Panelists: Larry Lessig, John Seely Brown, Yochai Benkler, Chris DiBona
Fabricating Networks: Notes on Biologically Inspired Design — Neri Oxman
Healthcare that Heals Itself — John Moore
The Evolutionary Significance of Human Social Networks — Nicholas Christakis
Day 2 Welcome and Introduction — Joi Ito and César Hidalgo
Wrap-Up, Day One with Joi Ito and César Hidalgo.
Kent Larson: New Networks and Urban Transformation
Albert-László Barabási: Network Science: From the Web to the Cell
Joi Ito on how this meeting is structured.
Ricardo Hausmann — How to Infer What Countries Know from What They Produce and Why It Matters