If you have any geeky friends on Twitter or Facebook, chances are they've linked to videos from TED. As it turns out, the conference hosts plenty of computer and networking experts to talk about how computing is evolving. Is your next career move hidden somewhere in their deep thoughts?
Computerworld made a list of what it considers the best of the bunch, and if you have a few lunchtime minutes to spare you may learn a thing or two about the future of IT. Why not be the office visionary?
- John Underkoffler on gesture-based computing
- Gary Flake on extreme data visualization
- Jane McGonigal on how gamers can save the world
- Stephen Wolfram on creating a computational theory of the universe
- Pranav Mistry on a gesture-based interface that goes everywhere
- Eric Topol on wireless tech in medicine
- Tim Berners-Lee on making the world's data open source
- Ray Kurzweil on machines that think and grow
-- Don Willmott