Science and Technology Innovation Program

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LIVE WEBCAST: Autonomic Computing

October 28, 2003 // 7:30amDecember 31, 1969 // 2:00pm

This event will be webcast from this site at 8:45 a.m. (ET).

Speakers:

Alan Ganek, Vice President, Autonomic Computing, IBM
Gail Kaiser, Director, Programming Systems Laboratory, Columbia University
Peter M. Hughes, Assistant Chief for Technology, Information Systems Division, NASA/Goddard

Imagine a world where computers and networks heal themselves, protect themselves, configure themselves, manage themselves...

Managing just one computer can tax the average person’s technical capabilities. How do we thrive in a world where we might be connected to thousands of computational devices? Join us for a seminar and discussion to explore the emerging world of autonomic computing -- the second event in a series on The Future of Computing.

An overview article on autonomic computing by Dr. M. Mitchell Waldrop (author of Complexity and The Dream Machine) will be released at this event.



Location: 5th floor conference room

 

Experts & Staff

  • David Rejeski // Director, Science and Technology Innovation Program; Interim Director, Commons Lab
  • Todd Kuiken, Ph.D. // Senior Program Associate, Science and Technology Innovation Program
  • Aaron Lovell // Writer/Editor/Program Manager, Science and Technology Innovation Program
  • Eleonore Pauwels // Program Associate/Researcher, Science and Technology Innovation Program
  • Anne Bowser // Researcher, Data Science and Visualization, Science and Technology Innovation Program
  • Elizabeth Tyson // New Projects/Technology Scout, Science and Technology Innovation Program
  • Sharon Weinberger // Global Fellow
  • Piers Millett // Global Fellow
  • Mark Schaefer // Global Fellow

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