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The 7th CMU Summit Event Brochure(1)

Jason Hong Associate

Jason Hong Associate Professor, HCI Institute, CMU Associate Editor, IEEE Pervasive Computing and ACM Transactions on Human Computer Interaction Co-Founder, Wombat Security Technologies Jason Hong works in the areas of usability, mobility, privacy, and security, and his research has been featured in the New York Times, MIT Tech Review, CBS, CNN, Slate, the World Economic Forum, and more. Jason is also a co-founder of Wombat Security Technologies, which focuses on the human side of computer security. Jason has participated on DARPA’s Computer Science Study Panel (CS2P) and currently holds the HCII Career Development fellowship. Lining Yao, Panel Moderator Assistant Professor, HCI Institute, CMU Director, Morphing Matter Lab Morphing Matter lab develops materials, tools, and applications of adaptive, dynamic and intelligent morphing matter from nano to macro scales. Lining and her lab work anti-disciplinarily, publishing and exhibiting across science, engineering, design and art. Lining gained her PhD at MIT Media Lab, where she combined biological and engineering approaches to develop physical materials with dynamic and tunable properties including shape, color, stiffness, texture and density. 18

PANELS Brain Technology Panel Brain Technology Panel With rapid advances in research that aim to decode human intelligence, new ventures have been taken on to reverse-engineer the human brain. Currently, computer algorithms draw inspirations from the neural implementations to teach machine to think like us. Brain computer interface (BCI) has made it possible for paralyzed patients to move a cursor on the screen or a robotic arm with their mind. As we understand more about how the brain is wired for us to move, learn, and think, where will the future of brain technologies take us? We believe Pittsburgh is one of the best places to get such insights, with interdisciplinary collaboration among brain researchers, computer scientists, and clinicians, both locally and internationally. The time we can hack the brain is around the corner. Whether it is leveraging brain power or informing machine intelligence, we ask scientists and entrepreneurs the challenges and opportunities of harnessing the knowledge of the human brain. Panel Subtopics: • Neural computation: teaching machine human intelligence • Brain computer interface: interacting with the brain • Neural prosthetics: clinical translation and potential • Commercializing brain tech: possibilities for the mass market THE 7TH CMU SUMMIT April 13-15th, 2018 Pittsburgh, PA 19

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