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Hear the Guy Behind Google’s AI Music and Art Project Explain How Deep Learning Is Reshaping Sounds and Images
Douglas Eck, leader of Project Magenta, talks about how Google’s AI is helping artists make better music than ever before.
Ernest Moniz criticizes the White House’s decisions to withdraw from the Paris climate accords, cut federal research spending.
Ken Mulvaney, CEO of Benevolent AI, discusses the opportunities and challenges that come with applying machine learning to drug development.
Zeynep Tufekci’s new book reports from the front lines of protest movements enabled by social media – and explains how governments are learning to fight back.
Telecommunications policy expert Susan Crawford explains why Americans pay too much money for connectivity that’s too slow and offers potential solutions.
Tim Berners-Lee, who recently received computing’s highest honor, talks about the past, present, and future of the Web.
Eric Darnell, the chief creative officer and cofounder of Baobab Studios, talks about how the company is making animated films for virtual reality that are immersive and emotive.
MIT Technology Review business editor Nanette Byrnes talks with Harvard Business School professor Willy Shih, an expert in manufacturing and technology. Listen in as they discuss his extensive tour of top factories in China, the future of advanced manufacturing, and what it means for the U.S.
Open hardware pioneer Bunnie Huang offers advice to startups gleaned from a decade of working with Chinese factories.
Innovator Under 35 Meron Gribetz shares his story on how he’s taking on Microsoft and trying to create a whole new way of interacting with computers.
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