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Alfred Spector joined Google in 2007 and is responsible for the research across Google and also a growing collection of special engineering initiatives, including projects like Google Health.
Prof. Arthur Mutambara is the Managing Director of Africa Technology & Business Institute (ATBI), a professional and advisory services firm operating in 13 African countries.
Barry Schuler's multimedia firm Medior built key interactive technologies for AOL, helping millions connect to the Internet through a simple, accessible interface. Now, through venture capital (and wine appreciation), he wants to do the same for genomics.
Ben Rattray is the founder and CEO of Change.org, an online platform for social change that raises awareness about major causes and empowers people to take action.
Founder partner at Founder Collective, an early stage venture fund created in June 2009, as well as a board member and advisor to several high tech companies.
Blaise Aguera y Arcas' background is as multidimensional as the visions he helps create. In the 1990s, he authored patents on both video compression and 3D visualization techniques, and in 2001, he made an influential computational discovery that cast doubt on Gutenberg's role as the father of movable type.
Brenda Laurel is a designer, researcher and writer. Her work focuses on interactive narrative, human-computer interaction, and cultural aspects of technology.
Brewster Kahle's stated goal is "Universal access to all knowledge," and his catalog of inventions and institutions created for this purpose read like a Web's Greatest Hits list.
Brian Hamilton is the co-founder and CEO of Sageworks, where he manages overall strategy and product development. Sageworks is a 2007 Inc. 500 honoree.
A consultant to the CIA and the Department of Defense, Bruce Bueno de Mesquita has built an intricate computer model that can predict the outcomes of international conflicts with bewildering accuracy.
Christine Robins is the Chief Executive Officer of BodyMedia, Inc., a pioneer in developing and marketing wearable body monitors designed to help people lose weight, affect positive change in their behaviors, and ultimately lead healthier lives.
Neuroscientist Christopher deCharms is helping to develop a new kind of MRI that allows doctor and patient to look inside the brain in real time -- to see visual representations of brain processes as they happen.
Curtis Wong is principal researcher and group manager of Next Media Research, responsible for envisioning Microsoft's future interactive media technologies.
Dan Drawbaugh currently serves as the chief information officer at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, and the president of BioTronics, Inc., a medical technology organization and wholly owned subsidiary of UPMC.
Dave McCurdy was elected president of EIA in October of 1998 and oversees the activities of the national trade organization that includes the full spectrum of U.S. manufacturers representing more than 80% of the $430 billion electronics industry.
David B. Agus, MD is Director of the Spielberg Family Center for Applied Proteomics and Research Director of the Louis Warschaw Prostate Cancer Center at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
I am Senior Director of Emerging Media & Innovation for 360i, the digital marketing agency, where I develops social media and mobile programs for marketers in media & entertainment and other verticals.
Documentary filmmaker David Hoffman has been capturing reality for almost 4 decades, following his wide-ranging interests and turning them into films for PBS, The Discovery Channel, A&E, National Geographic.
I finished my Ph.D. in the Fluid Interfaces group at the MIT Media Lab and am now co-founder of Sifteo, based in San Francisco CA. My research interests revolve around expanding human capabilities with technological tools that take advantage of our existing skills.
Dorothy Shore Zinberg is a Lecturer in Public Policy and a Faculty Associate in the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
Eugene Arthurs is currently Executive Director of SPIE -- The International Society for Optical Engineering, a not for profit organization with an international membership of 16,000.
In recognition for his work in systems and automation, Gerald W. Cockrell, Ed.D., professor of electronics and computer technology at Indiana State University, has been selected by ISA, a global, nonprofit organization for automation, to receive the Donald P. Eckman Education Award at its annual honors and awards gala.
Edward Sussman is the senior vice president for the online and business development groups at Mansueto Ventures LLC and the managing director of Inc.com and FastCompany.com.
At Digital Domain, Ed Ulbrich works at the leading edge of computer-generated visuals. On a recent project, filmmakers, artists, and technologists have been working at a breakthrough point where reality and digitally created worlds collide.
Elene Cafasso is an Executive Coach, and President of Enerpace, Inc. Enerpace works with business leaders to focus on what REALLY matters, while growing themselves, their team and their bottom line.