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Professor of mechanical engineering Larry Leifer shows off Stanford University's Start.Home, a prefab, low-cost, solar-powered house.
Technology forecaster Paul Saffo argues we're on the edge of an "analogue revolution," that the Higgs Boson was discovered by a "vote" not by atom-smashers.
Jeremy Bailenson, founding director of Stanford University’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab, explains how to monitor bad driving by tracking facial expressions.
Psychology professor at Stanford University Carol Dweck, author of Mindset, argues that narrow definitions of success and the fixed mindset of computer scientists and engineers keep women and minorities out.
Janusz Bryzek, Chair, Tsensors Summit shows off how sensors in devices from cellphones, to bras and shoes are turning bodies into computers.
Nissan's Greg Dibb shares some of the superior technology of autonomous or self-driving cars like collision avoidance and lane keeping systems.
Renate Fruchter, founding director of the Project Based Learning Laboratory, explains how to calculate productivity and well-being as a team and in the workplace.
Mark Zdeblick, CTO at Proteus Health, describes the world's first ingestible sensor that'll track patient data and help doctors prescribe medication more accurately.
Artist Laurie Frick shares how she used a Zeo sleep monitor to track her sleep pattern data and assemble a quantified self-portrait.