Introduction to Policy, Law & Ethics

Marc Goodman, Policy, Law and Ethics Chair at Singularity University, describes the challenging issues and implications of technology advancements today and in the future. Filmed for Singularity University’s Graduate Studies Program, June 2013.

Introduction to Future Studies and Forecasting

Paul Saffo, Future Studies and Forecasting Chair at Singularity University, describes the skills and frameworks needed to think about the future systematically. Filmed for Singularity University’s Graduate Studies Program, June 2013.

Introducing Arcturus

Arcturus combines an open source bioprinter, a simple software platform, and a community of awesome mad scientists. Code and print your biotechnology experiments in a friendly and easy way. Filmed for Singularity University’s Graduate Studies Program, August 2014.

Introducing EMC

EMC provides an easy to install retrofit kit that gives hybrid capabilities to existing light, front-wheel drive cars at an affordable price. The kit enables savings of 30% or more on fuel and cutting emissions by at least by a third. Filmed for Singularity University’s Graduate Studies Program, August 2014.

Introducing Tridom

Tridom aims to make sustainable housing attainable for the bottom 4B within the next 15 years. The cost of construction is reduced by using a work tool for cranes, transforming them into the worlds largest 3d printers. Filmed for Singularity University’s Graduate Studies Program, August 2014.

Introduction to Networking and Computing

Brad Templeton, Networks and Computing Chair at Singularity University, provides an overview of technological trends, such as Moore’s law, in order to understand today’s computing power and the Internet. Filmed for Singularity University’s Graduate Studies Program, June 2013.

Introducing Bibak

Bibak is making a landmine detector or “podtector” that is effective, cheap, and can be assembled on site. It is delivered in a way that is sustainable, coordinated, and community-led. Filmed for Singularity University’s Graduate Studies Program, August 2014.

Introduction to Nanotechnology

Ralph Merkle, Nanotechnology Co-Chair at Singularity University, provides a brief overview of the driving forces behind the growth of nanotechnology and the larger impact on manufacturing and the singularity. Filmed for Singularity University’s Graduate Studies Program, June 2013.

Introduction to 3D Printing

Avi Reichenthal, President and CEO of3D Systems, provides a brief overview of 3D printing, as well as the ability of this technology to challenge existing and potentially disrupt business models across a variety of industries. Filmed for Singularity University’s Graduate Studies Program, June 2013.

Introduction to Exponential Technologies

Salim Ismail, Founding Executive Director, Singularity University, discusses the principles of exponential technologies, why they are important to grasp, and how they are a positive force for change. Filmed for Singularity University’s Graduate Studies Program, June 2013.

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

Neil Jacobstein, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Co-Chair at Singularity University, explains the three main vectors behind Artificial Intelligence today and briefly discusses how these approaches have converged to make major advancements in the field. Filmed for Singularity University’s Graduate Studies Program, June 2013.

Introduction to Synthesis and Convergence

Kathryn Myronuk, Faculty Lead in Synthesis and Convergence at Singularity University, walks through the frameworks needed to integrate and properly apply the wide variety of exponential technologies and their domains. Filmed for Singularity University’s Graduate Studies Program, June 2013.

Introducing Memora

Memora is producing a life-logging camera that applies the power of computer vision and deep learning to point-of-view imagery, permitting seamless tracking of your diet and subsequently adaptive recommendations. Filmed for Singularity University’s Graduate Studies Program, August 2014.

Introduction to Robots, Their Utility and Accessibility

Rob Nail, CEO & Associate Founder at Singularity University, gives a brief overview about how we perceive robots today and makes a case for why anything that needs to be accurate, fast, cheap, or safe is the perfect job for a robot. Filmed at Singularity University’s Executive Program, April 2014.

Introducing Heroes

A startup to connect everyday Heroes with basic and advanced medical skills and certifications with the people who desperately need help for acute emergencies. Filmed for Singularity University’s Graduate Studies Program, August 2014.