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[PUBLIC EVENT] 9 Awesome Projects that Aim to Make Sense of a Billion Sensors - July 15

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In a world with a billion sensors, how will we make sense of it all?  Come see project presentations from teams at the top design schools from around the world responding to this challenge at the Design Expo part of the Microsoft Faculty Summit.    

Mine is by Omer Shapira, Carl Jamilkowski, Donna Miller Watts and Michael Rothman at NYU’s ITP program, advised by Clay Shirky, Robert Dietz, and Jenny Rodenhouse.

The projects are:

The design critics  this year are Bill Buxton (Microsoft Research), Liz Gerber (Northwestern), and Tom Igoe (New York University).  To give you a sense of what happened last year, check out this PBS report.

WHEN: Tuesday, July 15, 10:15AM - 12:45PM

WHERE: Microsoft Conference Center, Building 33, Kodiak Room

16070 N.E. 36th Way REDMOND, WA 98052

HOW: Contact a-calee@microsoft.com to be added to the guest list. Microsoft employees, and attendees to the Faculty Summit can attend without prior approval.

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