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11.30.2017
19 mins
ILP Video

Bienvenida e Introduccion

Raimundo Pérez-Hernández y Torra
Director, Ramón Areces Foundation
Karl F. Koster
Executive Director
MIT Corporate Relations
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11.30.2017
40 mins
ILP Video

Innovating:A Doer's Manifesto for Starting from a Hunch, Prototyping Problems Scaling Up, and Learning to Be Productively Wrong

Luis Perez-Breva
Director, MIT Innovation Teams
Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship
What if innovation wasn’t just about searching for the idea? What if innovation was just the outcome, neither a process nor a product? What if innovating was a skill you can practice and get better at?

Innovating can be about something other than making an idea look disruptive, earth-shattering, or exponential before you even start. You can aim for meaningful impact, you can solve real world problems. Entrepreneurship is about creating new companies, innovating is about solving real world problems and progress. Being more entrepreneurial is not how you get to innovate.

Come join the conversation about how you start innovating and set yourself or your organization to do it continually. We’ll discuss innovating as a way to discover a path to scale for any idea; it starts with what you have; it is for corporations and non-profits as well as for entrepreneurs. Innovating by making real world problems tangible offers an alternative to “entrepreneurial” recipes and beliefs that would have you stress over coming up with “the perfect idea,” and direct your attention toward marketing an idea instead of figuring out how to evolve that idea to market. You get to learn by being productively wrong, no need to embrace failure in your culture. We’ll conclude with an overview of how to set up innovating as a continuous practice inside existing organizations.
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11.30.2017
43 mins
ILP Video

The Age of Cryptocurrency: How Bitcoin and Digital Money are challenging the Global Economic Order

Michael Casey
Senior Advisor for Blockchain Opportunities, Digital Currency Initiative (DCI)
MIT Media Laboratory
Bitcoin became a buzzword overnight. It pops up in headlines and fuels endless media debate. Cryptocurrency and the ?blockchain? technology behind it holds the promise of a financial system without middlemen?it could put that system in the control of the people who use it and safeguard them from a 2008-type crash. More than a digital form of currency, this technology could integrate billions of hitherto excluded people into the global economy, restore individuals? control over their private data and identities, and change the way organizations and business relationships are governed.
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11.30.2017
42 mins
ILP Video

Let's get personal: Millennials and Custom Consumer experiences

Federico Casalegno
Associate Professor of the Practice
Director, MIT Mobile Experience Lab
MIT Comparative Media Studies/Writing
Empowered by ubiquitous information technology, the generation that has come of age in the digital era has learned a very different consumer experience than their parents. From media and financial services to hospitality and transportation, Millennials expect flexibility and responsiveness across sectors to customize their transactions to fit their needs as individuals. Those expectations may only grow as the exchange of data between consumers and sellers continues expanding, fostering even greater personalization through the emergence of bioproducts.
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11.30.2017
3 mins
ILP Video

Conclusiones y Cierre

Raimundo Pérez-Hernández y Torra
Director, Ramón Areces Foundation
Karl F. Koster
Executive Director
MIT Corporate Relations
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11.30.2017
1 hr 2 mins
ILP Video

The Future of the Web

John Williams
Director, MIT Intelligent Engineering Systems Laboratory
MIT Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
and
Abel Sanchez
Research Scientist
MIT Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
The World Wide Web has given rise to new business models, such as Google, Facebook and Uber, but has also created cyber-security problems because of its inherent ?trust? model. Many researchers believe we need to ?rewire? the web to remove our reliance on centralized, trusted third parties. As demonstrated by BitCoin, using BlockChain, very different architectures are possible. This talk will review how Web 1.0 was architected and then discuss how other architectures, such as those used by BitTorrent, GitHub, BlockChain and the Inter-Planetary File System can solve many of the problems but not perhaps all.
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