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Academic Talk – ICT Developments

 

Academic Talk is a section of the Academic Conferences International website on which we are placing a links to interesting talks and discussions. This website will contain links to both pre-recorded talks and discussions on such platforms as TED and Youtube etc and also material which we will create for the use of members of the academic community. All academics are welcome to use this facility including teachers, researchers, and students.

 


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This page contains a list of links to presentations that we have categorised as ICT Developments. We trust that this website will be useful to all those involved in teaching and in research as well as the community of students. There is no cost associated with using this website.

 

 

 

 

Subject

Description

Time
Required

Speaker

Affiliation

Source

1

Google’s Economic Impact

A look at North Carolina and Google

34mins

Penry Price

Google

You Tube

2

How social media can make history

Helps define the Many to Many pattern

16mins

Clay Shirky

New York University, USA

TED

3

The Computer and the Campus

An interview with John Kemeny

34mins

John Kemeny

Dartmouth College

You Tube

4

The Web 2.0 Job Search

Best fit Forward –Your career in context

31mins

Chandlee Bryan

Dartmouth College

You Tube

5

The thrilling potential of SixthSense technology

New ITC developments referred to as SixthSense

13mins

Pranav Mistry

Media Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

TED

6

How technology evolves

asks “What does technology want”

19mins

Kevin Kelly

Long Now Foundation

TED

7

The next 5000 days

Looking forward at the world wide web

19mins

Kevin Kelly

Long Now Foundation

TED

8

Tech’s Long Tail

Petite unified theory of predicting the future

14mins

Chris Anderson

WIRED magazine

TED

9

Reverse engineering the nervous system

Computers that work like the brain

16mins

Kwabena Boahen

Stanford University

TED

10

Brain-Computer interfaces

Interpreting neural signals to drive prostheses

14mins

Krishna Shenoy

Stanford University

Academic Earth

11

Blindness and the Brain

The promise of Recovered sight?

11mins

Brian Wandell

Stanford University

Academic Earth

12

Successful business models in Information Technology

A series of 22 snippets of various different  durations

 

Judy Estrin

Stanford University

Academic Earth

13

Researching Real Life: reflections on 30 years of Action Research

Soft System Methodology

1h42mins

Peter Checkland

Lancaster University

LSE

14

The Trouble with Information Systems

Widening the scope of IS research

41mins

Matthew Jones

University of Cambridge

LSE

15

Digital Nation

A close up look at the wired world we are living in.

1h26mins

Frontline

Public Broadcasting Corporation (PBS)

PBS

 

 

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