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Throughout the year, Technology Review's editorial staff finds and explains the significance of the new technologies that are disrupting existing industries, creating entirely new markets, and changing society. EmTech MIT brings that editorial content to life. Our annual conference provides you with access to the most innovative people and companies that you should be following, all in a program that will challenge and inspire you.

This year's topics include new approaches to scaling alternative energy sources, the changes digital technologies are bringing to traditional education, the growing significance of personal genomics, the unprecedented impact of big data and social technology on everyday life, and more.

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Thursday, October 25 • 9:30am - 10:00am
EmTech Prism: Healthcare is Getting Personal

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Healthcare is Getting Personal

Emerging technology will allow personal quantification to scale.

 

  • David Icke, CEO of MC10, on developing ultrathin, high-performance electronics that conform to the body, providing for superior biofeedback for the everyday athlete
  • Tony Stubblebine, CEO & cofounder of Lift, on a new application that aims to improve health through habit tracking and community-based support

 

    

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David Icke

CEO, MC10
Dave Icke joined mc10 as CEO in March 2009. Before joining mc10, Dave spent almost twenty years in the semiconductor industry in marketing, process and product development, applications, and general management roles with Cypress Semiconductor, KLA-Tencor, and Teradyne. While at Teradyne, a leading supplier of automated test equipment, Dave ran the Wireless and Consumer Business Units within the Semiconductor Test Division, with... Read More →
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Tony Stubblebine

CEO and Cofounder, Lift
Tony co-founded Lift on the idea that positive reinforcement and community support could be deployed universally to help people achieve their goals. In it's first month after launch, Lift has helped 100,000 people achieve 10,000 different goals.


Thursday October 25, 2012 9:30am - 10:00am
MIT Media Lab (6th Floor Event Space) 75 Amherst Street, Cambridge, MA

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