Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

August 19, 2015, Intel Developer Forum, San Francisco—A panel discussed the issues and implications of diversity in the workplace. Roz Hudnell from Intel acted as moderator with panelists Tim Bajarin from Creative Strategies,Caryl Shaw from TellTale Games, and Lisa Lambert, Howard Wright, and Sandra Lopez from Intel. The main issue is a need for greater [...]

May 7, 2015, Neurogaming Conference, San Francisco—A panel moderated by Eric Johnson from Re/Code discussed the changing landscape of augmented reality technologies. Panelists were Stefano Baldassi from Meta, Conor Russomanno from OpenBCI, Brian Selzer from Daqri, and Dave Chavez from zSpace. The panelists were in general agreement that the line between AR and VR are [...]

April 21, 2015, RSA Conference, San Francisco—The Paul Kocher from Cryptography Research moderated the annual cryptographers’ panel. Panelists included Whitfield Diffie from Cryptomatic, Ron Rivest from MIT, Adi Shamir from the Weizman Institute of Science in Israel, and Ed Georgio from Ponte Technologies. Interests over the last year? Rivest is searching for metaphors to provide [...]

July 7, 2014, IMEC Technology Forum, San Francisco—A panel considered the likelihood of an inflection point in the semiconductor industry. Debra Vogler from Instant Insights moderated the panel. Panelists were: John Chen from nvidia, Richard Gottscho from LAM Research, Terry Brewer from Brewer Science, Christophe Fouquet from ASML, and Luc Van den Hove from IMEC. [...]

May 8, 2014, NeuroGaming Conference, San Francisco—A panel moderated by Zack Lynch discussed the newer technologies being applied to gaming platforms. Panelists included Amy Kruse from Intific, Joe Hardy from Lumosity, James Thompson from Evoke, and Reidar Wesenius from BRIIM. Increasing engagement and effectiveness? Hardy offered that games need engagement to unlock the brain plasticity, [...]

September 19, 2013, SNIA Analytics and Big Data Summit, Santa Clara, CA—Molly Rector from SpectraLogic discussed the changing nature of knowledge workers and how they are affecting technology choices. Data is not just historical content, but is now helping to predict future activities. One technology trend is the growing overlap of high-performance computing and enterprise [...]

July 8, 2013, Semicon West, San Francisco—Paul Farrar from the Global 450 Consortium described the efforts towards enabling the semiconductor industry to move to 450 mm wafers. The rationale for the change is to double the number of dice on a wafer without needing a new process node. The consortium has 5 key members, Intel, [...]

June 18, 2013, Entertainment Technology in the Internet Age, SPMTE and SCIEN conference, Stanford, CA—A panel took on the topic of new tools and concepts for the Internet. The program chair and moderator was Fred Fuchs from Riverside Entertainment. Speakers were Ann Greenberg from Sceneplay, Peter Hirshberg from Entrepreneur Marketing, and Carl Rosendahl from Carnegie [...]

une 4, 2013, Augmented World Expo, Santa Clara, CA—Avi Bar-Zeev from Syntertainment talked about “Inside the Looking Glass”. AR is starting to become cool as the devices get smaller and more functional. The newest technologies are blurring the distinctions between augmented and virtual realities and making them into a spectrum of experiences. Eventually, the hardware [...]

May 14, 2013, Uptime Institute Symposium, Santa Clara, CA—Andy Lawrence from 451 Research evaluated trends and drivers to consider which ones will be significant over the next 5-20 years. The difficulty is taking such a long-term focus is that the technologies can change very dramatically even within the lower-end of the range. To demonstrate this [...]