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Breaking Glass Forums founder Cynthia Owyoung ('01) leads diversity and inclusion initiatives in tech

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Globe-trotting avatars got XPRIZE Visioneer Ioan Istrate ('17) a step closer to $20 million in funding

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How some big data keeps you from throwing up.

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Friendship, ALS, technology and the Click2Speak solution.

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He's bringing India into the 21st century and getting 1 billion Facebook subscribers.
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How the Internet of Things is about to change everything, all over again.
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Spock, is that you? Science fiction, science fact and and the new frontier for entrepreneurs.
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Why 3-D is the most exciting thing to happen to printing since the Gutenberg bible.
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YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki ('98) on why an explosion of tech jobs is a Sputnik moment for women.
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You and your mind clone

Martine Rothblatt (B.A. '77, J.D./MBA '81) on AI, immortality and the future of selves.

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The coming skills shortage

Listen closely, that’s opportunity knocking.

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Marissa Mayer, Meg Whitman, Janice Chaffin (’81): The new faces of Silicon Valley.
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Why 911 doesn’t work on a lot of cell phones and how two geniuses are fixing it.
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These Anderson entrepreneurs want you to find out what you’re made of.
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CES 2016@UCLA Anderson

 
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CES® 2016 was held at the UCLA Anderson School of Management on January 14, 2016. The program included talks and panels by invited industry professionals, faculty, and students, on topics addressed at CES 2016 in Las Vegas. The themes for this event included Internet of Things, Smart Home, Connected Car, Streaming Video and High-Speed Networks, Sensors and Wearables, Virtual Reality, and Drones.

We also featured vendor displays, presenting the hottest new technologies. The event culminated with Anderson Afternoons, a networking reception sponsored by the Easton Center.

CES is a registered trademark of the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)™. Neither UCLA nor the Easton Technology Management Center is affiliated with or endorsed by CES or CTA.

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