Adapting as the Rules Change: Walt Mossberg on the Progression of TechnologyAccording to The Wall Street Journal’s tech journalist, Walt Mossberg, “everything is changing” in regards to technology. Mossberg discusses that with the progression of technology – new computers, hardware, systems and apps – it’s unknown what will come next, but what is known is that the rules have changed.
MITEF Think Tank Session: The Future of AdvertisingThe second of a series of MITEF Think Tank Sessions on The Future of X
Tech perspectives for changing industries and changing audiences
Short Take: Bob Metcalfe on developing ethernetDr. Bob Metcalfe spoke at the MIT Enterprise Forum Texas flagship program on April 4, 2013 about start-up innovation and his entrepreneurial experience of co-inventing Ethernet, working at Xerox PARC in Palo Alto, and founding 3Com. Russ Capper from the BusinessMakers Show is the interviewer.
The Augmented Self — From Gucci to Google: Wearable TechnologyWearable technology is touching all aspects of fashion and function as computing integrates with the human body. In this forum we’ll touch on the design aspects that critical for mass consumer adoption of wearable technology. Additionally, we’ll look at the possibilities of improving health care delivery using new technologies like Google Glass. Finally, issues of usability will be addressed, as these inevitably arise.
First Arab Pavilion of Startups at LeWeb Paris'13 The MIT Enterprise Forum of the Pan-Arab Region, in partnership with ALJ Community Initiatives, brought the first ever Arab Pavilion of startups to LeWeb Paris'13.
Innovation Series Opportunities Away from the CrowdThe March Innovation Series had two startup CEOs talking about their companies that are definitely not in the mainstream innovation tracks.
This is a sixteen minute sample of the over hour long conversation.
Designing Connections in Cities: MIT Mobile Experience LabProfessor Federico Casalegno examines how technologies have not only become part of our lives but integral parts of us and our bodies. There is an increasingly symbiotic relationship between humans, networks and technologies. How do we continue to progress and reap all the potential benefits of what technologies have to offer without turning ourselves into cyborgs?
If you want to know more, read the article here: goo.gl/R6Bmvg/.
MIT EF Atlanta - 3DPrinting - Brian Jepson - 03/05/14
FinTech Leaders: Navigating Rough Seas and Uncharted Courses to Great SuccessThe panel will be moderated by Larry Kramer, founder and former CEO of Marketwatch, he is also an Adjunct Professor and Author of "C-Scape: Conquer the Forces Changing Business Today"
Short take: Bob Metcalfe on Steve JobsDr. Bob Metcalfe spoke at the MIT Enterprise Forum Texas Flagship program on April 4, 2013 about start-up innovation and his entrepreneurial experience of co-inventing Ethernet, working at Xerox PARC in Palo Alto, and founding 3Com. Russ Capper from the BusinessMakers Show is the interviewer.