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04.24.2014
46 mins
ILP Video

Tools for Genomic Computation, Visualization, and Integration

Michael Reich
Director of Cancer Program Informatics
Broad Institute
Following the success of the Human Genome Project, the last ten years have produced an explosion of genomic data, offering the promise of unprecedented insight into fundamental biological processes and the mechanisms of disease. To help realize the potential of this revolution, new tools must be designed to allow researchers to analyze, visualize, and integrate this data, as well as to collaborate and disseminate new results. I will discuss the collection of software that the Broad Institute has developed to address the many challenges presented by the new era of genomic medicine.
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04.24.2014
45 mins
ILP Video

Social Physics: Building and Using the Mobile Social Relationship

Alex Pentland
Toshiba Professor of Media Arts and Sciences
Head, Human Dynamics Group
Director, Media Lab Entrepreneurship Program
MIT Media Laboratory
Analysis of Big Data from mobile social offers dramatic new opportunities for engaging customers and monetization, in health, advertising, and services. The trick is developing these new capabilities while at the same time respecting individual privacy and maintaining security... but there are now good ways to go about accomplishing this.
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04.24.2014
39 mins
ILP Video

Data, Computing, and Visualization as an Aid to Understanding Global Change

John Reilly
Co-Director, Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change (JPSPGC)
Senior Lecturer, MIT Sloan School of Management
The planet is a complex system in which humans are playing an ever more important role in shaping the environment and the livability of the planet. The data, modeling, and analysis of data and model results requires a variety of visualization tools. Computational resources needed for the exercise are very large. A reason for this is the inherent uncertainty in our projections, and the need to represent that uncertainty with large ensembles of model projections using Monte Carlo techniques. This then further requires decision tools and techniques that lead to decisions that are robust in the face of uncertainty.
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04.24.2014
47 mins
ILP Video

Platform Shift - How New Business Models are Changing the Shape of Industry

Marshall Van Alstyne
Visiting Scientist
Associate Professor, Department of Management Information Systems, Boston University
MIT Sloan School of Management
Marshall Van Alstyne reveals the secret of Internet-driven marketplaces. Companies that can transform their linear business models into network models will have a competitive advantage. That's how dotcom companies like Amazon, eBay and Google managed, in a relatively short time, to attract millions of clients worldwide. In addition, these companies can extend existing transactions to new, associated products and services. Platforms beat products. This talk tells why.
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04.23.2014
55 mins
ILP Video

Opening Keynote: Meeting The Privacy Challenge

Cameron Kerry
Visiting Scholar, MIT Media Laboratory
Sara E. and Andrew H. Tisch Distinguighed Visiting Fellow, Brookings Institution
Former General Counsel and Acting Secretary
U.S. Department of Commerce
As public policymakers work to address the benefits and risks of the emerging data-driven society and the global reaction to NSA disclosures, privacy and trust have come into the spotlight. I will discuss the role of technology in protecting privacy and building trust, and review work going on at MIT on privacy-protecting technologies.

"Missed Connections: Talking with Europe About Data, Privacy, and Surveillance After Snowden,"
Paper:
http://www.brookings.edu/research/papers/2014/05/20-europe-data-privacy-surveillance-kerry

TechTank Post:
http://www.brookings.edu/blogs/techtank/posts/2014/05/20-ttip-snowden-data-regulation-kerry


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04.23.2014
39 mins
ILP Video

Keynote: Connecting Patients, Providers, and Payers

John Halamka
Chief Information Officer, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Co-Chair of the National HIT Standards Committee
2014 is a pivotal year for healthcare IT with new regulations such as ICD10, Meaningful Use Stage 2, HIPAA Omnibus Rule, and the Affordable Care Act driving the agenda of most healthcare IT departments. We'll review the key national, regional and local projects that improve quality, safety, and efficiency with healthcare IT, all within the environment of shrinking resources and increasing demand for automation.
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04.23.2014
44 mins
ILP Video

Machine Learning for the Future: Healthcare, Energy, and the Internet

Cynthia Rudin
Associate Professor of Statistics
MIT Sloan School of Management
I will overview recent applications of machine learning to some of society's critical "big data" domains, including healthcare, energy grid reliability, and information retrieval. Specifically I will discuss the following projects from MIT's Prediction Analysis Lab:

1) Stroke risk prediction in medical patients, using machine learning techniques for interpretable predictive modeling. In particular, we build a better CHADS_2 Score.
2) Energy grid reliability in New York City, using point process models.
3) Building the Internet search engines of the future, by "Growing a List."

Collaborators: Ben Letham, Seyda Ertekin, Tyler McCormick, David Madigan, and Katherine Heller
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04.23.2014
48 mins
ILP Video

Follow the Money: The Economics of the Internet Ecosystem

David Clark
Senior Research Scientist
Co-Director, MIT Communications Futures Program (CFP)
MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
Users pay for broadband access and pay for subscriptions, but what supports the rest of the ecosystem? The only other major flow of money is advertising, and in fact that money is spread pretty thin, aside from big players like Google. This talk will present some numbers, and explore some of the implications for the future of the Internet.
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04.23.2014
2 mins
ILP Video

Startup Exchange

Trond Undheim
Senior Lecturer, MIT Sloan School of Management
Founder, Yegii, Inc.
Senior Industrial Liaison Officer & Lead, Startup Initiative
MIT Industrial Liaison Program
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04.23.2014
49 mins
ILP Video

Startup Talks and Panel Discussion: Cogito, Data-Tamer, Hadapt, Luminoso, and Sociometric Solutions

Trond Undheim
Senior Lecturer, MIT Sloan School of Management
Founder, Yegii, Inc.
Senior Industrial Liaison Officer & Lead, Startup Initiative
MIT Industrial Liaison Program
Startup Panel: What’s Next? The Digital Context Beyond Big Data
Moderator: Trond Undheim

There are many candidates for what’s beyond big data, or rather, what big data really means. What seems certain is that we will see a myriad of new or connected systems emerge. They will likely be more customer centric, context-driven, fueled by machine-to-machine or even machine-human-machine interaction, will develop new ways of data curation, personalization, and mass impact etc. Areas of life expected to change dramatically include: work, health, and human relationships. MIT affiliated startups represent a wide variety of approaches. Which systems are of the most relevance to corporate players in the 3-5 year time frame? What’s the best way to capture the emerging trends?

Cogito
Cogito is a Boston-based technology company that is inventing the future of intuition. We are the leader in providing real-time behavior data visualization and gamification tools for driving more successful customer interactions for enterprise clients. Our lead product, Cogito Dialog, helps telephonic agents listen better, match tone and pacing better and generally sound more empathetic and perceptive by giving them a real-time visualization of how they and how the customer sounds during a call. Today, Cogito’s systems generate significant improvement in customer acquisition, engagement, retention and satisfaction for Fortune 100 healthcare and insurance companies.

Data-Tamer
Data-Tamer was inspired by the research of leading computer scientists whose work was published at the 6th Biennial Conference on Innovative Data Systems Research (CIDR ‘13) in the paper: “Data Curation at Scale: The Data Tamer System.”

Hadapt
Hadapt’s flagship product is the Adaptive Analytical Platform, which brings a native implementation of SQL to the Apache Hadoop open-source project. By combining the robust and scalable architecture of Hadoop with a hybrid storage layer that incorporates a relational data store, Hadapt allows interactive SQL-based analysis of massive data sets. Hadapt 2.0 delivers the industry’s first interactive applications on Hadoop, via Hadapt Interactive Query; the Hadapt Development Kit™ (HDK) for custom analytics; and integration with Tableau Software.

Luminoso
Luminoso is a cloud-based multilingual text analytics solution spun out of MIT’s Media Lab, providing the ability to quickly derive insights from large amounts of unstructured text. Luminoso’s analytical advancements enable companies to tap into consumer perspective and look at the world more like a person and less like a machine. Luminoso's models allow companies to gain insight into big and small data without the need for dictionaries, ontologies, training, or keywords. Luminoso customers include General Mills, MARS, REI, Scotts, Conagra, and Aegis Media. We have both dashboard and API products.

Sociometric Solutions
Sociometric Solutions creates better organizations by analyzing communication patterns with social sensing technology to drive innovative transformation services. We provide solutions to a wide variety of enterprises, from Fortune 100 mainstays to fast-growing mid-size firms, spanning a number of different sectors. Sociometric Solutions was founded by Ben Waber, Daniel Olguin-Olguin, Taemie Kim, and Prof. Alex "Sandy" Pentland from the Human Dynamics Laboratory at MIT and Tuomas Jaanu from Aalto University in Finland. While it is widely acknowledged that effective communication and knowledge transfer are crucial to an organization's success, these behaviors are very difficult to measure. Surveys and human observers provide biased, limited views into communication behaviors, which is of little practical usefulness for organizations. We focus on measuring real-world social behavior using Sociometric Badges capable of capturing face-to-face interactions, extracting social signals from speech and body movement, and measuring proximity and location of users.
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04.23.2014
49 mins
ILP Video

Enabling Next Generation Wireless Networks - Interference Management, Spectrum Sharing, Indoor Localization, and Beyond

Dina Katabi
Professor of Computer Science and Engineering
Director, Center for Wireless Networks and Mobile Computing (Wireless@MIT)
MIT Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Practical systems offer efficient solutions to the challenges facing wireless communications in dense urban areas. MegaMIMO enables independent devices to act as one humongous MIMO transmitter, delivering 10x higher data rates for WiFi and cellular networks by transmitting as many concurrent streams as the total number of antennas on all devices. Spectrum sharing and cognitive communication leverages the sparse Fourier Transform to sense and decode GHz of sparse spectrum in real-time at low power. New advances in indoor localization achieve centimeter scale accuracy, enabling smart environments and context-aware applications through ubiquitous RFID tracking.
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04.23.2014
49 mins
ILP Video

The Motion Microscope: Revealing What's Hidden in Videos

William Freeman
Professor of Computer Science and Engineering
Associate Department Head, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS)
MIT Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
We have created a "motion microscope"--a simple and reliable processing scheme to amplify small motions in a video, re-rendering them as if they were larger. Like an ordinary microscope, this can reveal a hidden world. We think the motion microscope has many applications, and we'll show motion magnified flows, fractures, pipes, cranes, cars, and people (as they are singing, smiling, and balancing). Joint work with Michael Rubinstein, Neal Wadhwa, and Fredo Durand.
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