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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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Andrew Fiore

Data Scientist

Andrew Fiore studies the social psychology of online communication as a data scientist at Facebook and a lecturer at the UC Berkeley School of Information, where he co-developed and co-teaches the graduate course on Computer-Mediated Communication. Previously, he was a visiting assistant professor at Michigan State University.  Fiore has examined relationship formation through online dating, designed and prototyped novel interfaces for online social interaction, and analyzed social judgments in large-scale conversations as a researcher at MIT, Berkeley and Microsoft Research. He holds a Ph.D. from the UC Berkeley School of Information, master's degrees in Statistics from Berkeley and Media Arts and Sciences from MIT, and an undergraduate degree from Cornell.


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