In conjunction with IEEE’s 125th anniversary, a panel of top minds in human-technology interactions discussed how emerging technologies in biomedical engineering, biometrics, computing, robotics, telecommunications, wireless power, and others have the potential to change the world.
- Miguel Nicolelis, professor and co-director, Center for Neuroengineering, Duke University Medical Center
- Roy Want, senior principal engineer, Intel Corporation
- Krishna Palem, professor, George Brown School of Engineering, Rice University
- Katie Hall, chief technology officer, WiTricity
- Rangachar Kasturi, professor, University of South Florida
- Dharmendra Modha, manager, congnitive computing, IBM Almaden Research Center
- K.J. Ray Liu, professor, University of Maryland, College Park
The media roundtable took place on Tuesday, March 10, 2009. If you missed the live broadcast register and watch the recorded webcast.
Get an early look at forward-looking technologies that will have a global impact on the way we interact human-to-human and human-to-technology.