When connectivity spreads to ordinary objects and they are newly vulnerable to viruses or bad updates, complexity will be inevitable. But untamed, malignant complexity is not. Mickey McManus will speak at the RAPID 2013 Conference and Exposition in Pittsburgh, PA about the intersection of design, technology, and manufacturing in the Age of Trillions.
MAYA COO Dutch MacDonald will be a panelist at Fujitsu’s annual tech symposium where the theme is “From Clouds to Ambient Intelligence: Technologies that will Transform the Human Experience.”
Mickey McManus explores the role that connectivity can play in crystallizing a world-changing transition in the economics at the base of the pyramid.
The Crossland Group is hosting an interactive, dynamic, and educational event featuring Mickey McManus, who will talk about pervasive computing and how the trillions of computer nodes in the world will ultimately be connected.
Paul Gould spoke as a panelist to an audience of several hundred people working on approaches for rethinking learning environments. Then he facilitated a day-long workshop for education leaders that introduced practical methods for innovation and put participants to work generating new potential tools, service offerings, changes to how their organizations operate, and new models for education.
MAYA CEO Mickey McManus speaks with Blouin News about business and culture in the post-PC era.
Mickey McManus will deliver the keynote address, “Beautiful Complexity: Design, Technology, and Industry in the Age of Trillions,” at the Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering in Long Beach, CA.
Mickey McManus will deliver the keynote address at the National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining’s annual SUMMIT event.
Francine Gemperle will discuss how human-centered design relates to the challenges and opportunities presented by ‘Big Data’ at a special event hosted by Carnegie Mellon University’s Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Club.
The Internet of Things isn’t just about my things or your things. It’s about casually connecting a thousand, a million, a trillion things to build a richer more connected life.