Show: Future Talk

Episode: 0014 Future Talk - Human/Computer Interaction

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Episode Description:

Host Martin Wasserman discusses the latest developments in human-computer interaction with his very knowledgeable guests.

Andy Hertzfeld is renowned in Silicon Valley as a key member of the team that created the original Macintosh computer, playing a central role in designing its graphical user interface. After leaving Apple, he co-founded several other companies, always pushing the boundaries of human-computer interaction. He's currently employed by Google, where he works on some of their most important projects. He's the author of the book "Revolution in the Valley" which details the early days of the Mac, and the creator of the website, which is a tool for collective historical storytelling.

Isaac Majerowicz (may-OR-o-vich) is originally from Colombia, South America, and has degrees in electrical engineering from both Caltech and the University of the Andes in Bogota, where he also served as dean of the electrical engineering department. He's now a product manager at Cisco Systems, which is a leader in the field of telepresencing, and he discusses the latest developments in telepresence technology.

Also featured on the show is visual journalist Eileen Clegg, who draws a large mural during the show capturing the essential ideas discussed by the guests. The mural becomes a permanent record of the show and an easy way to understand the concepts presented during the interviews.

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Date SD Episode Video Uploaded: Friday, November 12, 2010 - 01:26

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