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09.11.2014
53 mins
ILP Video

Keynote #5: Social Dynamics of Instant Information

Deb K Roy
Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences, MIT
Co-founder & Chairman, Bluefin Labs
Data access of unprecedented scope through global mobile and social networks is transforming societies. The potential benefits for better understanding nearly any aspect of our world — language, politics, economics, public health, etc., — are immense but so are the obstacles raised by concerns over privacy, anonymity, and ownership. Understanding the social dynamics of data sharing is imperative for fully and responsibly exploiting instant information.
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09.11.2014
38 mins
ILP Video

Big Data, Value, Complexity and Culture

César Hidalgo
Asahi Broadcast Corporation Career Development Assistant Professor in Media Arts and Sciences
Head, Macro Connections Group
MIT Media Laboratory
Big data can be used for more than improving targeted marketing campaigns. Three big data visualization engines created by the MIT Media Lab's Macro Connections group, the Observatory of Economic Complexity, DataViva, and Pantheon, use big data to create comprehensive and compelling visualizations that improve our understanding of the development of economies and cultural production.
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09.11.2014
36 mins
ILP Video

Keynote #7: Initiative on the Digital Economy

Andrew McAfee
Principal Research Scientist
MIT Sloan School of Management
The Initiative on the Digital Economy (IDE) is a major effort focused on the impact of digital technology on businesses, the economy, and society. Drawing on MIT Sloan’s strengths in technology and innovation, its internationally recognized faculty, and more than a decade of research and partnership with MIT Sloan’s Center for Digital Business, the IDE is analyzing the broad sociological changes following the advance and spread of digital technology.
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09.11.2014
36 mins
ILP Video

The Science of Social Media Influence

Sinan Aral
David Austin Professor of Management
MIT Sloan School of Management
Understanding peer influence in networks is critical to designing effective marketing and promoting positive social change, but several statistical challenges make it difficult to econometrically identify peer influence in networks. The results of some large-scale experiments investigating the social and structural moderators of peer influence in networks could enable more effective marketing strategies and public policy more broadly.
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09.11.2014
43 mins
ILP Video

Keynote #6: The (Substantial and Positive) Digital Transformation of Society

Joi Ito
Director
MIT Media Laboratory
Before the Internet, things moved in relatively slow and somewhat predictable ways. After the Internet, unpredictability reigned and everything was disrupted. In this After-Internet world, innovators are engineers and designers, and you don't need money or MBAs pre-launch. It is a world where the Internet is not just a technology but a philosophy of permission-less innovation. After-Internet success requires rethinking our approach to innovation, favoring practice over theory, compasses over maps, and risk over safety.
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09.10.2014
54 mins
ILP Video

Keynote #1 - The Second Machine Age

Erik Brynjolfsson
George and Sandra Schussel Professor of Management Science
Director, Center for Digital Business
MIT Sloan School of Management
Like steam power and electricity before it, the explosion of digitally enabled technologies is radically transforming the landscape of human endeavor. Astonishing progress in robotics, automation, and access to information presents major challenges for institutions from small businesses and communities to large corporations and governments, but it also creates opportunities to rethink how we live and work in profoundly positive ways.
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09.10.2014
43 mins
ILP Video

One Robot for Every Task

Daniela Rus
Professor of Computer Science and Engineering
Director, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL)
Co-Director, CSAIL Center for Robotics
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
The digitization of practically everything coupled with the mobile Internet, automation, and advanced robotics promises a future with democratized use of machines and wide-spread customization. Increasingly, cognitive machines and technologies for rapidly designing and fabricating new, more capable robots have the potential for broad-based impact, from manufacturing and construction to health-care, smart cities, transportation and other facets of everyday life.
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09.10.2014
35 mins
ILP Video

Factories of the Near Future

Julie Shah
Assistant Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics
MIT Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Advances in hardware, computation, and sensing enable robots to perform an increasing percentage of traditionally manual tasks, yet often workers cannot be removed from the process entirely. Harnessing the relative strengths of workers and robots to optimize manufacturing processes for the near future requires adaptive work-sharing and scheduling algorithms to coordinate collaboration on two levels: one-to-one worker/robot teamwork and factory-level sequencing.
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09.10.2014
51 mins
ILP Video

Keynote #2: LinkedIn

Allen Blue
Vice President of Product
Co-Founder
LinkedIn
Allen is Vice President of Product Management and co-founder at LinkedIn, where he currently focuses on strategy and future-facing product development. Allen was a part of the founding team at SocialNet in the late 90s, and has worked as a product manager and designer at PayPal and elsewhere.

He sits on the board of The Hope Street Group, a non-profit group which convenes government, philanthropy, industry and entrepreneurship to provide economic opportunity for all Americans. He focuses on bringing Silicon-Valley style innovation to Hope Street’s solutions and their Jobs and Workforce initiative.

Before entering technology, Allen was a scenery and lighting designer for the stage, and lectured on theatrical design at Stanford University.
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09.10.2014
27 mins
ILP Video

Nowcasting and Placecasting Growth Entrepreneurship

Scott Stern
School of Management Distinguished Professor
Chair, Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategic Management Group
MIT Sloan School of Management
Two novel methods help identify growth potential in firms that have met a simple but fundamental requirement for growth — incorporation. Placecasting tracks changing locational patterns of growth entrepreneurs over time, while Nowcasting develops an index of current growth entrepreneurship activity based on the number of incorporations comparable to past companies that showed high likelihood of achieving a growth outcome.
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09.10.2014
47 mins
ILP Video

How Will Entrepreneurship Change?

William Aulet
Managing Director
Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship
MIT Sloan School of Management
Increasingly, recent graduates and other young people entering the workforce want to start companies of their own rather than find one to work for. As the economic and technological landscape continues to shift in the wake of the digital revolution, what capabilities must they cultivate? How will entrepreneurial activities change in response to the new business environment? And what can established companies learn from the next wave of entrepreneurial innovation?
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09.10.2014
32 mins
ILP Video

Startups Driving Job Growth and the Dynamics of the Workforce

Tim Rowe
Founder and CEO
Cambridge Innovation Center
Tim Rowe is the Founder and CEO of Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC), the largest facility in the world dedicated to housing early stage technology businesses. More than US $2B has been invested in companies that grew up at CIC. The best known startup coming out of CIC to date is Google Android, which was co-founded at CIC by Rich Miner. Approximately $7B of venture capital is headquartered within CIC's two main buildings in Massachusetts, which would place it on par with many countries. Tim also serves as a venture partner with New Atlantic Ventures, and sits on the Board of the New England Venture Capital Association.

Previously, Tim has served as a Lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management, a Manager with the Boston Consulting Group and an analyst with the Mitsubishi Research Institute. Tim speaks Spanish and Japanese fluently, and holds an MBA from MIT’s Sloan School of Management and a BA from Amherst College.
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