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USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011
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USC Annenberg Innovation Lab Overview 2011

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The USC Annenberg Innovation Lab undertakes three kinds of activities: …

The USC Annenberg Innovation Lab undertakes three kinds of activities:

* Design challenges that provide technical support, mentorship and prizes to USC students developing prototypes, applications and business ideas.

* Research on the digital media revolution and its impact on governments, businesses, creators and consumers.

* Ongoing dialogues that bring together students, executives, artists, entrepreneurs, scholars and policy makers.

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  • Dean Wilson for his steadfast support and venture seeding\n
  • John Seeley Brown and Doug Thomas call these Collectives\n
  • Apple and Microsoft for their project Support. Thank the executives from Facebook, Walt Disney, HBO, NBC Universal, News Corp., Qualcomm, EMC and Aon\n
  • Apple and Microsoft for their project Support. Thank the executives from Facebook, Walt Disney, HBO, NBC Universal, News Corp., Qualcomm, EMC and Aon\n
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  • Happy to announce that my dear friend and colleague, Manuel Castells is joining this illustrious group\n
  • Because some of you work in Washington, I want to make a plea for a more enlightened visa policy, so extraordinary students like our engineering team can stay in this country after they graduate.\n
  • Already five of these ventures have moved into the start-up mode and we want to make closer ties with the LA and Silicon Valley start-up communities.\n
  • Opening August 15, 2011\n
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  • The VozMob project uses participatory technology design to create free software grounded in community needs (all VozMob code is available on drupal.org and at http://code.vozmob.net). The code created by the project is bundled into the VozMob Drupal Distribution, which makes it easy to post content to the web from cheap mobile phones via voice calls, SMS, or MMS.\n\n
  • Thanks to Microsoft for their extraordinary support.\n
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  • We will be announcing another important project in this design cluster later this afternoon in conjunction with our colleague T-Bone Burnett\n
  • Sandy Tolan’s class (journalism professor) with Nonny de la Pena creating the immersive experience ...partnership with KQED \n
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  • Many thanks to Apple, our publishing partner, for all their support\n
  • We think Kids care about privacy and so we are going to study it.\n
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  • This was not a top down command. It was bottom up participation by Students and professors from 8 different schools.\n
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    • 1. nnenberg Innovation Lab Annual Conference 2011
    • 2. Cooperative REVOLUTION
    • 3. Our Sponsors
    • 4. Our Sponsors
    • 5. Management Team Jon Anne Erin
    • 6. Our Faculty Associates Roberto Sarah Andrew Doug Tom Josh Henry Nonny Dmitri Lian Kwan Jonathan Christopher Gabe Peter Chris Francois Stacy Cyrus Robeson
    • 7. Our Staff Sophie Sarath Arjun Shreyas Grady Abhinav
    • 8. Our New Lab ...opening August 15, 2011
    • 9. Our Assumptions
    • 10. Our Assumptions
    • 11. Our Assumptions Learning is participatory, connected and happens anytime, anywhere
    • 12. Research-Design Clusters 1. Building & Analyzing Collective Intelligence 2. Children,Youth & Media 3. Enhanced Media Technologies 4. Future of Journalism 5. Public Interactives 6. Annenberg Innovation Press Series
    • 13. Research-Design ClusterBuilding & Analyzing Collective IntelligenceData mining Twitter hashtags tobuild a series of visualizations tomake meaning from the data inthe tweets on recent world events. Example: The Egyptian Revolution, using the hashtag #Jan25
    • 14. Research-Design ClusterBuilding & Analyzing Collective Intelligence Social Network Data Analysis
    • 15. Research-Design ClusterBuilding & Analyzing Collective Intelligence A participatory technology design to create free software grounded in community needs.
    • 16. Research-Design ClusterChildren,Youth & Media In partnership withThe PLAYground, a participatory learning system being tested at the Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools.
    • 17. Research-Design ClusterChildren,Youth & Media Think & Do Tank What experiences and narratives constitute compelling play in the 21st century?
    • 18. Research-Design Cluster Enhanced Media TechnologiesIn what ways can interactive TV model the intricacies of human behaviors and interactions?
    • 19. Research-Design ClusterFuture of JournalismAn "immersive journalism" piecewhich will allow the audience to"enter" a specific moment at a foodbank in which a hungry man goesinto a diabetic coma while in line at afood bank. Hunger in the Golden State Kinect Project
    • 20. Research-Design ClusterPublic Interactives iCampus - A Geospatial Social Networking Web-Portal for the USC Community
    • 21. Research-Design ClusterAnnenberg Innovation Press Series What is the relationship between eBooks and printed publications?  eBooks and applications? How do we design dynamic content within eBooks, the book as conversation? How do the publishing standards need to expand?
    • 22. What we’ve learned in 7 short months... the privacy revolution
    • 23. What we’ve learned in 7 short months... “Culture eats strategy for lunch everyday.”
    • 24. What we’ve learned in 7 short months... It’s FUN getting out of your silos!
    • 25. nnenberg Innovation Lab Annual Conference 2011

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