Peter Carrescia is a venture capitalist with Omers Ventures, a firm specializing in the technology industry. Peter talks about the relationship between technology and the economy, and the "three T's" that make up
Jeff Howe is a journalist and a professor at Northeastern University. Howe coined the term crowdsourcing, authoring a book by that title. Here, he talks about how crowdsourcing on the Internet created a new
Sherry Turkle, author of "Alone Together, Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other" invites Ramona Pringle into her home, to talk about community, technology, and the difference between a
Living in Manhattan, Barbara Pantuso couldn't believe how it was that she lived four inches away from the apartment next door, and yet she didn't know her neighbour. Searching for community, she started
Internet guru Clay Shirky, author of "Here Comes Everybody" and "Cognitive Surplus" explains that once upon a time, culture were so inherently participatory that you didn't need a special phrase to describe it.
How are robots changing the technological, social, and artistic evolution of human life? Assistant professor, actor, and robot acting coach Matthew Gray weighs in. Matthew Gray is not your average acting teacher. Inspired by
Just how near is the Singularity? According to Ray Kurzweil robot intelligence will surpass human intelligence by the year 2045. Futurist, inventor, and author of "The Singluarity is Near" Ray Kurzweil shares his