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Andy Gibson shared with the Rising Minds New York audience some insights on how we can all lead more mentally healthy lives.
Bridget L. Goodbody of Art Intelligence explores how innovation in digital technology is being woven into the art world and education today.
Prof. Sundararajan of NYU Stern discusses his insights on the rise of the Sharing Economy and transition to Crowd-Based Capitalism.
Terry Moore, founder of The Things Network New York, explains how The Internet of Everything will transform object interaction.
Eric Bunge, one of the principal architects behind Carmel Place, discusses micro-apartments and high density cities.
Billie Whitehouse, Designer & Director at Wearable Experiments, is bridging the gap between consumer technology and fashion.
Rachel Briggs (OBE) founder of Hostage UK talks about the impact of a hostage event and the business of kidnapping.
Nelly Gocheva examines how publishers strive to create content for advertisers and tailor their voice for multimedia programs.
Co-founder of luxury clothing label (re)vision society, Stacey Cotter Manière discusses how we can all play an integral role in designing a hopeful future.
Dr Benjamin Wild will consider the appeal of Heritage for companies and consumers throughout luxury and how to create it in a contemporary context.
Learn how cyborg activist Neil Harbisson and choreographer Moon Ribas help people become cyborgs and promote cyborgism as an art movement.
Navid Khonsari, director of Grand Theft Auto, discusses his new project, an immersive gave based on real life events of the 1979 Iranian civil revolution.
Comedian Jonny Drewek takes us on a journey through the rich history of idiot wisdom, and looks at why culture needs stupidity to thrive.
Lee-Sean Huang, cofounder and creative director of Foossa, discusses his recent collaboration with UX for Good and the Kigali Genocide Memorial.
James Slezak, Director of Digital Strategy at the New York Times explores how the internet is transforming journalism, posing challenges and opportunites.
Dave Seliger, Co-founder of Civic Service at Parsons DESIS Lab, asks: how do we use innovative design to make government better?
Bruce will take a look forward to our technological future, explain why the rights of digital creators must be a central focus moving forward, and he'll suggest ways to ensure this.
Jimmy discusses the Warholian nature of persona construction, the benefits of the mask, and how time and space can make for an earnest narrator.
Head of Retail at Stylus Media Group and author, Katie Baron, takes us through the future of retail and engagement.
Daniel Perlin, Director of UX at Droga 5, discusses how solving design problems requires us to listen closely.
Chad Jackson of SquareSpace discusses the impact of smart phone use and what this means to today's startups and content providers.
With the advent of the social web, marketing is facing its biggest challenge yet at the junction of technology and humanity.
How can design influence social interactions?
Plan's Kevin McCullagh looks beyond the hype to ask the critical question: what are wearables for?
Emily Vernon explores the affect of offline community on digital innovation, comparing the tech explosions of San Francisco and New York.