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What are the desirable qualities in a communication network? Affordability, ubiquity, reliability, privacy, convenience. In the developing world, mobile networks are delivering telephony and broadband where it has never gone...
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In this presentation about the "Villes Vivantes" project with the City of Geneva, Lift and Interactive Things, Benjamin Widerkehr describes how the huge quantity of data generated by mobile phone usage can be employed to...
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Over the past few years, there has an explosive growth in open data with significant uptake in government, research and elsewhere. Open data has the potential to transform society, government and the economy, from how we travel...
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JP Rangaswami discusses the following interrogations: did technology make our lives easier or worse? What are the things that got better, beyond the obvious and utopian views? Did technologies make our jobs easier or worse? Are...
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In this short presentation about gamification, Niklaus Moor focuses on the psychological mechanisms of video games and the role of motivation in game design. He describes how applying game mechanisms beyond entertainment is...
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Nick Heller addresses the future of mobile phone application, using technologies such artificial intelligence, sensors or voice recognition and how they relate to developed and developing countries. More specifically, he...
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Space programs so far have been the domain of governments and the military-industrial complex - rarely ever have individuals ventured into outer space. But after years of research Korean artist
and independent satellite...
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The story of Bitcoin: how the world's most famous peer to peer currency went through a gold rush, a bubble, and a crash in only a few months.
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In his talk, Fabian Hemmert talks about the democratization of technological innovation. He shows a series of projects conducted at the Design Research Lab in Berlin, which, rather than serving the average user, embraced niches...
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Is information overload really new? Anais Saint Jude will provide a bit of perspective by looking at another great period of innovation: the 17th century.
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