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).
Smartkapp is a whiteboard that saves its content and shares it on demand
Music streaming has totally changed the way consumers listen to music, and has also made it easier for companies like Spotify to track our listening patterns. This data is hugely important to artists too, who can use the information to see just who is listening to their music and how to fine-tune their outreach to […]