David J Gilmore, February 2019
New products for treating cancer with radiation therapy can provide therapists with high quality MR images in real-time, which can enable them to detect patient and tumor movements. This, in turn, creates the potential for much more precise and effective treatments for cancer.
Ali Colleen Neff, March 2019
This talk revisits the question of, to recall the work of fellow digital anthropologist Genevieve Bell, the “mess and mythology” embedded in smart technologies, and asks how we can harness the power of humanity’s global imagination to offer not only access to, but authorship of, the internet of things to everybody.
Ann Marcus, April 2019
As citizens and design thinkers what role do/should we play in how the latest smart cities technologies--sensors, cameras, platforms, aggregation and analytics algorithms, machine learning and artificial intelligence--transform how we live, work, play, learn, love, see, move, engage and understand our world--and how it understands us? I'll tell you what I know and then let's discuss!
Rebecca Priebe, October 2019
Using empathetic design approaches we can create a world of intelligent environments that give us human-centric, adaptable information and control – making each and every individual’s life more enjoyable and productive no matter what we choose to do with our time – work, play, live.