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In this episode of a continuing series, Christiane Paul (Adjunct Curator of Digital Art at the Whitney Museum of American Art) and I talk with female artists who are pioneers in their fields. They are:
A special thanks to our sponsor, Project W from Davis Wright Tremaine LLP.
TECHNYCAL is pleased to announce a new series called "Women in Technology" (WiT). Our first episode is with Lynn Loacker of Davis Wright Tremaine, a law firm specializing in technology. Lynn has brought along three female founders from an EdTech company called "Killer Snails." Also, visit ProjectW for more on opportunities for entrepreneurial women.
Bob Sutor is VP - IBM Q Strategy and Ecosystem, IBM Research (Quantum Computing). This bleeding-edge technology will revolutionize "classical" computing.
Plus, you can run real algorithms on a quantum computer at this site:
The Things Network is a volunteer organization that is implementing Long-Range Wide-Area Networking devices – also known as LoRaWAN –in cities around the world.
Bob Evans, Founder and Principal of Evans Strategic Communications, and former VP of Strategic Communications for Oracle, discusses the state of cloud computing and his rankings of the top 10.
Fog Computing allows sensors to communicate amongst themselves and then upload only the analytics to the cloud. Hear Bill Kozel’s roundtable conversation with the OpenFog Consortium.
Dr. Vinton Gray Cerf is known as one of the "fathers" of the Internet, having developed the TCP/IP protocols.
Serial entrepreneur and VC Oliver Mitchell provides a global view of the robotics industry. autonomyventures.com
NVIDIA has become one of the hottest companies in the tech world. It produces microprocessors that power artificial intelligence, deep learning, and self-driving cars. nvidia.com
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