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SXSW Interactive 2015 Program Guide

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JW Marriott, 2 nd Floor: 110 East 2 nd Street Rooms: 208, 210, 211–212 Intelligent Future embodies the realm of future possibilities where intel- ligence is embedded in every aspect of life. Rather than people having to adapt to technology, the goal is for the technology to empower and enable new possibilities. Tracks within Intelligent Future include Intelligent Devices, Internet of Things, Smart Transportation and Cities, WTF and Beyond, DIY, Hacker, Maker. Theme Features Robot Petting Zoo Desiree Matel-Anderson, Rebeka Ryvola Sunday, March 15 // 11:00am–6:00pm // Salon E Monday, March 16 // 9:30am–6:00pm // Salon E Tuesday, March 17 // 9:30am–4:30pm // Salon E The Robot Petting Zoo brings out friendly ground and aerial robots used for SXSW attendees to touch, operate, and even program from March 15-17. In 30-minute sessions throughout the day, roboticists will explain the parts of the robot and how they work before setting kindly humans loose to interact, learn, and play. Come drop in any time to get hands-on with robots that are the size of a human, to those that are as big as a quarter. How the Google App Finds Answers Before You Search Danny Sullivan Friday, March 13 // 5:00pm // Room 208 A search engine that delivers answers before you even think to search? That's not science fiction. It's today's reality with the predictive search feature that's part of the Google app. In this Q&A session with Google, you'll learn more about the magic behind the scenes, how Google tries to balance learning about you with respecting your privacy, plus where the predictive tools are headed. Does the IoT Need to Be User-Centered? We Say Yes Justin Butler, Michael Jungen, Mario Esposito, Chris Massot Saturday, March 14 // 9:30am // Room 208 Assuming that in the future connection will be a given, the real value in the Internet of Things is in building on these connections to create meaningful user experiences. In this panel, we will bring together Disney, Misfit and Sensoria to discuss leading with user experience, and how it can be incorporated in the strategies of companies and individuals developing IoT offers. An AI Future: It's Not What You Think John Markoff, Ben Medlock, Raj Singh Saturday, March 14 // 11:00am // Room 208 There have long been strong opinions on either side of the Artifi- cial Intelligence debate. In this panel, we'll bring together experts on AI, robotics and machine learning to discuss how the answer lies somewhere in the middle. Join us for a debate on common myths, misconceptions and concerns related to AI, and what a future of human- like computers really means for our society. Crowdsourcing the World's First 3D Printed Vehicle John "Jay" B Rogers Jr, Jesse Smith Sunday, March 15 // 9:30am // Room 211–212 In 2014, seeking to define methodologies incorporating additive and subtractive manufacturing into vehicular design and development, Local Motors, Inc. partnered with the US Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the Association. For Manufacturing Technology to crowdsource and deliver the world's first Direct Digital Manufactured (3D Printed) vehicle. 201-202 203-204 211-212 205 208 210 Brazos Room Starbucks Griffin Hall Job Market Friday 3/13 – Saturday 3/14 MedTech Expo Monday 3/16 – Tuesday 3/17 207 Lounge 209 Lounge 213 Lounge East 2 nd Street Brazos Street North Congress Avenue Philips Lounge 2nd Floor INTELLIGENT FUTURE FESTIVAL SESSIONS SXSW 2015 Interactive Festival 165 Kaz Brecher Jay Rogers Chris Massot Danny Sullivan

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