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42 mins
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Track 4: Ecological engineering with CRISPR and gene drive

Kevin Esvelt
NEC Career Development Assistant Professor of Computer and Communications
MIT Media Lab
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40 mins
ILP Video

Track 4: Community Biotechnology Initiative

David Sun Kong
Director, Community Biotechnology Initiative
MIT Media Lab
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35 mins
ILP Video

Track 1: Semiconductor quantum technologies for communications and computing

Dirk Englund
Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
MIT Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
The Internet is among the most significant inventions of the 20th Century. We are now poised for the development of a quantum internet to exchange quantum information and distribute entanglement among quantum computers that could be great distances apart. This kind of quantum internet would have a range of applications that aren?t possible in a classical world, including long-distance unconditionally-secure communication, precision sensing and navigation, and distributed quantum computing. But we still need to develop or perfect many types of components and protocols to build such a quantum internet. This talk will consider some of these components, including quantum memories based on atomic defects in semiconductors, circuits for manipulating single electronic and nuclear spins, efficient spin-photon interfaces, and photonic integrated circuits. The talk will also provide an overview of quantum communications protocols that are now running in a Boston-area quantum network.
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18 mins
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Track 2: Cybersecurity Impacts on International Trade

Simon Johnson
Ronald A Kurtz (1954) Professor of Entrepreneurship
Professor of Global Economics and Management
MIT Sloan School of Management
Governments have reportedly arranged to incorporate various forms of spyware and malware in Internet-connected products. In response, some countries have denied entry or imposed restrictions on imported products with such potential risks. But this raises many policy issues, including (1) what is a questionable country (and is it OK if an ?ally? spies on us?), (2) what products are of most concern, (3) assuming such restrictions quickly become worldwide policies with retaliations, what might be the long-term impact on international trade and the global economy as Internet-connected products proliferate, and (4) what voluntary standards could be put in place to lower the risk of trade wars? These issues need to be rigorously studied in advance of policy makers making quick decisions ? in some crisis condition ? without understanding the impacts and consequences.
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