MIT Media Lab H2.0 webcasts online
15 May 2007

MIT Media Lab H2.0 webcasts online

Archived webcasts from the MIT Media Lab

15 May 2007

Archived webcasts from the MIT Media Lab H2.0 symposium are available online. Under a theme of “new minds, new bodies, new identities,” the one-day event explored, “how today’s—and tomorrow’s—advances will seamlessly interact with humans, giving us a glimpse into a future where all humans will integrate with technology to heighten our cognition, emotional acuity, perception, and physical capabilities.”

Discussions from the morning session include:

  • Deb Roy, “Memory Augmentation: Extending our Sense of Self”
  • Rosalind W. Picard, “Technology-Sense and People-Sensibility”
  • Cynthia Breazeal, “The Next Best Thing to Being There. Increasing the Emotional Bandwidth of Mediated Communication Using Robotic Avatars”
  • Douglas H. Smith, “The Brain is the Client: Designing a Back Door into the Nervous System”
  • John Donoghue, “New Successes in Direct Brain/Neural Interface Design”

…and from the afternoon:

  • Hugh Herr, “New Horizons in Orthotics and Prosthetics: Merging Bodies and Machines”
  • Tod Machover, “Enabling Expression: Music as Ultimate Human Interface”
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