Yasser Ansari is an Adjunct Faculty member at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program. He leads courses on biohacking, citizen science, and environmental climate change. He is also the Co-Founder of Networked Organisms and of Project Noah, an award winning collaboration with National Geographic for wildlife exploration. Before moving into the wireless industry he studied molecular biology and plant genomics at U.C San Diego. He has built products for companies including Kyocera and Qualcomm and has a Master’s degree from NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP).
In this talk from PSFK CONFERENCE NYC, Robert Kirkpatrick talks about how the social media revolution has opened up a significant amount of data that can be analyzed (anonymously) to see signs of change. Kirkpatrick, together with his Global Pulse team at the United Nations, studies sentiment in Twitter feeds, fluctuations in price data and […]
The generation that invented punk and skateboard culture is the most important group in the economy argues age-visionary David Stewart