In this episode of a continuing series, Christiane Paul (Adjunct Curator of Digital Art at the Whitney Museum of American Art) and I talk with female artists who are pioneers in their fields. They are:Tamiko Thiel, known for her virtual and augmented reality installations: (http://www.tamikothiel.com/)Lynn Hershman Leeson, known for her work as an artist, filmmaker, and photographer: (https://www.lynnhershman.com/)Rebecca Rutstein, known for her convergence of art and science: (http://rebeccarutstein.com/)A special thanks to our sponsor, Project W from Davis Wright Tremain LLP.
NEW SERIES: Women in Technology (WiT)
TECHNYCAL is pleased to announce a new series called "Women in Technology" (WiT). Our first episode is with Lynn Loacker, a partner at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP (DWT.com), a law firm specializing in technology. Lynn has brought along three female founders from an EdTech company called "Killer Snails" (killersnails.com). They are: Jessica Ochoa Hendrix, co-founder and CEO; Dr. Lindsay Portnoy, co-founder chief learning officer; and Dr. Mande Holford, co-founder and chief scientific officer. It's an interview you won't want to miss.
Quantum Computing with Bob Sutor of IBM Q
Quantum computing will revolutionize the technology industry in the 2020s and beyond. It is grounded in quantum mechanics, and uses terminology like "superposition," "entanglement," and Heisenberg's uncertainty principle. Listen to this fascinating discussion of quantum computing from an authority in the field.
The Things Network New York
The Things Network is a volunteer organization that is implementing Long-Range Wide-Area Networking devices – also known as LoRaWAN –in cities around the world. Terry Moore is CEO of MCCI corporation, which has offices in Ithaca, New York City, and Chennai, India. Frank Rose is a software entrepreneur from Brooklyn and has a company called Futurerose.
Fog Computing with Lynne Canavan, Rhonda Dirvin, and Matt Vasey
The growth in IoT is unsustainable under current architectural approaches. This podcast explores "fog" computing, which adds a hierarchy of elements between the cloud and endpoint devices. My guests are Lynne Canavan, Vice President of Marketing for the OpenFog Consortium; Rhonda Dirvin, Director of IoT and Embedded at Arm Limited; and Matt Vasey, Director, IoT Business Development for Microsoft.