Arthur Jafa is the director of Slowly This (1995), Tree (1999), and Deshotten 1.0 (2009). His cinematographic work includes Daughters of the Dust (1991), for which he won the cinematography award at Sundance Film Festival in 1992; John Akomfrah’s Seven Songs for Malcolm X (1993); and ...
Walt Doyle Recorded 2-23-13
Peter Coffee Recorded 2-23-13
Leveraging the Connected Consumer through Social Media
Content Everywhere, the New Mantra of Television Viewers Recorded 2-23-13
Charles Phillips Recorded 2-23-13
This year's conference focused on the theme of "Democratizing Innovation."
A recording of the webcast of the competition, which took place on Jan. 30, 2013.
Tadej Pogačar has examined indeterminacy and transformation within social systems since 1993 when he established the P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E. Museum of Contemporary Art. In his art practice, he engages in interventionist logic, institutional critique and ...
Prof. David Simchi-levi, Leslie Sheppard, MIT Forum for Supply Chain Innovation
Cyrus Mody, Steven Shapin, Recorded 12/7/12
Sherrilyn Roush, Helen Longino, Recorded 12/7/12
Paul Erickson, David Hollinger, Recorded 12/7/12
Author Neal Stephenson discusses his views on the appeal of printed media and the recent developments in sci-tech that have captured his interest. This past spring, Jason Pontin, editor in chief of MIT Technology Review, conducted a wide-ranging but informal ...
A smarter, safer new industrial robot could bring automation to new areas of manual work and help many U.S. manufacturers regain a competitive edge.
At an MIT Technology Review event in San Francisco, the creator of Twitter and Square explains his guidelines for creating good technology.
The science-fiction author reflects on how real-world technology has been working out differently than he imagined in his novels. This past spring, Jason Pontin, editor in chief of MIT Technology Review, conducted a wide-ranging but informal conversation with science ...