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Daniel Goleman discusses his book "Social Intelligence: The New Science of Human Relationships" as a part of the Authors@Google series. For more from Daniel Goleman, visit http://www.morethansound.net. This event took place on August 3, 2007 at Google headquarters in Mountain View, CA.
MIT Professor Sherry Turkle stops by the Mountain View Googleplex for a conversation with Logan Ury. They discuss themes from Turkle's new book, "Reclaiming Conversation," including the importance of solitude and the power of boredom. They also discuss "Turkle's Tips" for modern romantic relationships.
Google Tech Talk May 15, 2012 Presented by Kavita Ramdas with Taida Horozovic, Ramzi Jaber, and Steve Williams ABSTRACT Ripples to Waves: The Stanford Program on Social Entrepreneurship presents Kavita Ramdas, Executive Director of Ripples to Waves and former CEO of the Global Fund for Women, in conversation with Taida Horozovic, Steve Williams and Ramzi Jaber, 3 Social Entrepreneurs in Residence at Stanford (SEERS). The SEERS will share their experience of how they initiated programs in Bosnia, San Francisco, and Palestine to address violence against women, expand opportunities for low income workers, and mobilize public opinion in order to increase the engagement of marginalized communities in the democratic process. The SEERS will talk about what they are currently doing at Stanfor...
Meet Christine Kaeser-Chen, Daydream Software Engineer at Google, as she discusses how Google is building for immersive virtual reality. You can learn more about Women Techmakers at WomenTechmakers.com and by visiting us on Twitter (@WomenTechmakers). Subscribe to the Google Developers channel here! http://goo.gl/mQyv5L
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Gopi Kallayil works at Google on the marketing of Google Plus and is based out of the Googleplex in Mountain View, CA. Earlier he worked on marketing the Company's flagship advertising product, AdWords, in the Americas and Asia Pacific. Gopi also led the marketing team for AdSense, Google's publisher‐facing product. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*S...
A cyber-phenomenon that became a buzzword virtually overnight, Bitcoin constantly makes headlines, fueling endless media debate over its viability. And though today it can be used to buy almost anything, few understand the controversial currency and most think it will never be mainstream. So should we even care about Bitcoin? In THE AGE OF CRYPTOCURRENCY: How Bitcoin and Digital Money are Challenging the Global Economic Order (January 27), leading WSJ financial writers Paul Vigna and Michael J. Casey argue Bitcoin represents a monumental paradigm shift that will transform the social, political and economic landscape. Since its advent, Bitcoin has gained a reputation for instability and illicit business; naysayers fear its power to eliminate jobs and upend the concept of a nation-state. Vi...
Located on the hills overlooking the center of campus is Mountainview College, housing approximately 1,100 students. The name was selected to reflect the scenic beauty and mountainous nature of New York. The four individual residential halls -- Cascade, Hunter, Marcy, and Windham -- were named after important peaks in the Adirondack and Catskill Mountains. Each hall houses between 250 and 300 residents. To learn more about housing at Binghamton, visit the ResLife website at: http://www2.binghamton.edu/res-life/future-students/index.html
Meet Karishma Shah (Google), Diana Trujillo (JPL), Kim Hunter (Aclima), Hillary Hartley (18F), Aniyia Williams (Tinsel) in conversation with Natalie Villalobos of Women Techmakers, to discuss their challenges and triumphs as leaders, and their tips and tricks for success. You can learn more about Women Techmakers at WomenTechmakers.com and by visiting us on Twitter (@WomenTechmakers). Subscribe to the Google Developers channel here! http://goo.gl/mQyv5L
Meet Lisette Titre, Art Manager at Ubisoft as she shares her artistic journey and how she was drawn to tech through her love of art. You can learn more about Women Techmakers at WomenTechmakers.com and by visiting us on Twitter (@WomenTechmakers). Subscribe to the Google Developers channel here! http://goo.gl/mQyv5L
Meet Brooke Basinger, Technical Program Manager at Verily as she talks about embracing adventure and taking risks. You can learn more about Women Techmakers at WomenTechmakers.com and by visiting us on Twitter (@WomenTechmakers). Subscribe to the Google Developers channel here! http://goo.gl/mQyv5L
UCLA professor and author, Dario Nardi, has discovered that people of different personality types don't merely rely on different brain regions -- they use their brains in fundamentally different ways. Using colorful anecdotes and brain imagery, Dr. Nardi shares key insights from his lab. Among these insights: how people of different personalities can find and sustain a state of creative flow. This talk is suitable for a general audience including those who have passing familiarity with the Myers-Briggs types.
Meet Arezoo Riahi, Director of Tech Women at the Institute of International Education, as she shares the goals of TechWomen and why it's important to support women in tech globally. You can find out more at https://www.techwomen.org/. You can learn more about Women Techmakers at WomenTechmakers.com and by visiting us on Twitter (@WomenTechmakers).
Meet Melinda Briana Epler, Founder and CEO of Change Catalyst, as she shares her personal journey, and why tech inclusion is essential to the development of an innovative technology ecosystem. You can find out more at http://changecatalyst.co/. You can learn more about Women Techmakers at WomenTechmakers.com and by visiting us on Twitter (@WomenTechmakers).
Moderator Deepti Srivastava sits down with Dee Speed, Ellie Powers, Jay Wong, and Shambhavi Kadam at the inaugural Women Techmakers Summit in Mountain View, CA to discuss their roles in engineering, potential career paths women can follow, and what it's like to work at Google. Deepti Srivastava - Technical Program Manager, Storage, Google Dee Speed - User Experience Design Manager, Google Ellie Powers - Product Manager, Google Play, Google Jay Wong - User Interface Designer, Google Shambhavi Kadam - VP of Product Development, Voir
Interviewed by Doug Fairbairn on 2017-04-19 in Mountain View CA, X8201.2017 © Computer History Museum Stephen Su grew up on Taiwan, but in 1980 he came to the US to attend high school and college, including studying semiconductors at Caltech. He worked for Motorola for a period of time before returning to school in 1992 to get an MBA from Kellog. Upon graduation, he joined Boston Consulting Group and went to Hong Kong on a consulting assignment. In 1998, Stephen returned to Taiwan, working for Primax. While there he spent several years managing the Mobile Accessories group, responsible for developing accessories for mobile phone makers like Nokia and Apple. In particular, he was responsible for developing the camera module for several generations of Apple’s iPhone. He tells many intere...
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