Conversation with Kade Crockford the Director of the Technology for Liberty Program at the ACLU of Massachusetts. Kade ensures privacy and civil liberties law keeps pace with new technologies, with a focus on how systems of surveillance and control impact not just the society in general but their primary targets—people of color, Muslims, immigrants, and dissidents.
Conversation with Martha Minow, Harvard Law Professor and former Dean of Harvard Law School. We talk about forgiveness, the judicial system and the future of law in a world of new technologies such as AI.
Conversation with Gerald Holton, a science historian and physicist talking about letters from Albert Einstein to Gene Sharp recently found by Jamila Raqib. The letters are an important part of a conversation about the role of Einstein in thinking about science, ethics and activism.
Conversation with Dr. Joseph Bolen, Chief Scientific Officer, PureTech Health about a perspective for understanding chronic human diseases. http://www.puretechhealth.com/team/josephb.php
(Disclosure: I'm the chair of the board of PureTech Health.)
Conversation with Nadya Peek, a postdoc in the Center for Bits and Atoms. We will be talking about many things including an additive manufacturing and 3D steganography using 3D printers that she recently invented.
Talking to Christopher Filardi, Senior Scientist at Conservation International about indigenous people's stewardship of the vital ecosystems.
I interviewed him over a very bad connection in November last year. Better connection and lots of interesting new things.
This is a recording of a conversation with Jeff Howe, the co-author of our new book Whiplash. The conversation and the subsequent Q&A were recorded live at the Harvard Book Store on February 24th.
Megan Smith - the former CTO of the United States serving under President Obama. In conversation about tech, digital government, inclusion and the opportunities ahead. [EP-EN-34]
Talking to my sister Mimi about learning, social science and digital media.[EP-EN-33]
Talking about Internet, Society and Protests.
Jonathan is a Harvard Law School Professor and Faculty Director of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society.
Originally recorded as an MIT Media Lab #MLTalk.
Jamila Raqib is Executive Director of the Albert Einstein Institution and a research affiliate at the Media Lab. In this MLTalk, she’ll start by speaking about building a toolbox for nonviolent resistance, and its potential both to fight oppressive systems and to preserve democratic rights and freedoms for all. After her presentation, there is a conversation with Joi and then a discussion with the audience.
Photo Credit : David Grossman
Conversation with Steven Johnson and Tom Malone about Emergence and Collective Intelligence.
A longer conversation as part of an experimental Facebook Live stream using Soapbox.tv for my new Facebook group for Whiplash. A few technical problems, but interesting conversation so I left it all in.
Conversation with choreographer Karole Armitage about her work as a Director's Fellow of the Media Lab and thoughts on conservation, punk rock and other things.
Conversation with Virginia Heffernan (@page88), digital culture expert and author of MAGIC AND LOSS: The Internet as Art. Conversation originally organized as a Skype call by Heleo - Transcript and article available here: https://heleo.com/conversation-me
Conversation with Andre and Karthik about non-duality and artificial intelligence.
Talking to Shaka Senghor, author of Writing My Wrongs about incarceration, forgiveness, Detroit, writing, the Media Lab and his journey.
Conversation with Katy Croff Bell about oceans, deep sea exploration and Nautilus Live. ( http://www.nautiluslive.org/ )
Conversation with Christopher M. Schroeder about Whiplash The Book, entrepreneurship, the Middle East, media and many other things.
Conversation with Stephen Downs, Chief Technology and Strategy officer of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation talking about health, technology, RWJF and the MIT Media Lab.
Facebook Live conversation with Michael Harren, host of the podcast MikeyPod. ( http://mikeypod.com/ ) Talking about my new book Whiplash, the future, art, culture, the creative process, podcasting, engineering and using new tools and being vegan... among other things.
Live from the Metro Smart Bar in Chicago where I worked in the 80s with owner Joe Shanahan, former Metro DJ Jeff Pazen and former bartender Aldona Urbutis. Talking about how a club thrives for 40 years, what it was like in the 1980s, how to build enduring cultures and how to have fun while you do it.
Conversation with Kathy Matsui, Chief Japan strategist for Goldman Sachs about women's role in Japanese business, business culture and a bit about Kathy's background and path.
Kevin Esvelt, Assistant Professor at the Media Lab, describes his work in CRISPR Gene Drives, bioethics, and my new book Whiplash which he just read.
Originally streamed on Facebook Live.
Conversation with my Safecast co-founders, Sean Bonner and Pieter Frank about Whiplash and citizen science. Safecast is an international, volunteer-centered organization devoted to open citizen science for the environment. After the devastating earthquake and tsunami which struck eastern Japan on March 11, 2011, and the subsequent meltdown of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, accurate and trustworthy radiation information was publicly unavailable. Safecast was formed in response, and quickly began monitoring, collecting, and openly sharing information on environmental radiation and other pollutants, growing quickly in size, scope, and geographical reach. Our mission is to provide citizens worldwide with the tools they need to inform themselves by gathering and sharing accurate environmental data in an open and participatory fashion.
We did a Facebook Q&A about our new book Whiplash : Surviving a Faster Future with co-authors, Joi and Jeff and our researcher Chia. This is the audio from that Q&A.
It ended abruptly when the streaming failed. Sorry about that!