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Amal Graafstra is a double RFID implantee, author of the book RFID Toys, and TEDx speaker. His interest in biohacking, RFID, and NFC began in 2005 as a simple solution to a problem. He wanted easy access to his office. He explored biometric options only to find they were too

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Xavier Dammanis is an entrepreneur working on a new form of association that enables the Internet generation to fund communities in full transparency: Open Collective. He founded Tribal in 1999, a site that gathered student content from around Belgium that was published in a 30,000-circulation magazine distributed nationwide to high schools.

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Tobias Johannson is technical lead developer for Valo.io in London. Tobias has nearly 15 year’s experience developing in .NET and Scala. He has a background in the financial sector as a front-office developer but changed track in 2013 to be part of a team building Valo, a new real-time analytics

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Kevin Mahaffey is an entrepreneur, investor and engineer with a background in cybersecurity, mobile and machine intelligence. He is CTO and Founder of Lookout, a cybersecurity company dedicated making the world more secure and trustworthy as it becomes more connected, starting with smartphones and tablets. He started building software when

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Kathleen Kennedy is the president of MIT Technology Review and the MIT Enterprise Forum. MIT technology review is MIT’s media platform and it covers emerging technologies and their impact. Their job is to help the audience understand the world shaped by technology, and obviously data is one of those huge

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  Nicolas Boudot is the EMEA Director at Softbank Robotics, where he has been responsible for partnerships and for promoting the use of humanoid robots in the B2B, educational and consumer markets, since 2001, when Aldebaran Robotics, the makers of Nao humanoid robots, was acquired by Softbank Mobile. He has

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