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  1. There are No Secrets (James Mickens)

    In this talk from the Harvard Business School Digital Initiative’s Future Assembly on April 13, 2017, James Mickens (Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering & Applied Sciences) presents "The Secret is: There Are No Secrets."

    For more information about the Digital Initiative, check out: https://digital.hbs.edu

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  2. I study the future. We should pay attention to avatars | Sinead Bovell | TEDxRutgersCamden

    As the world around us becomes more digitized, immersed and connected, the lines between what’s real and what’s not become more blurred—down to the models on our magazine covers and human-like avatars conducting corporate interviews. Sinead Bovell calls attention to Shudu Gram, a computer-generated and internationally-recognized South African woman model, who was created and monetized by a white male. She explains how new technologies may provide an opportunity to exploit people’s racial and gender identities, and what we can do to prevent it.

    Sinead Bovell is a futurist and the founder WAYE, a tech education company that prepares youth for a future with advanced technologies. To date, Sinead has educated over 100,000 young entrepreneurs on the future of technology, and has spoken at world renowned institutions including the United Nations, Cornell University, and Bloomberg on the intersection of business, technology, and the future. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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  3. SSE vs WebSockets vs Long Polling. Martin Chaov. JS Fest 2018

    The talk from JS Fest conference in Kyiv, Ukraine.

    If you have a huge amount of data to deliver quickly you might have tried using web sockets to do so. However, sockets are hard to maintain and scale, not to mention multiplex. In this presentation I do a comparison of the three methods of delivering data to the front-end. Server-Sent Events gives you the ability to deliver your content with less overhead on the infrastructural side. In this talk I will cover SSE, Long-Polling, and Web-Sockets with their pros and cons, including the technical demo. We will touch a bit on the connectionless push and available optimizations for the mobile network.

    Presentation: https://www.slideshare.net/JSFestUA/js-fest-2018-martin-chaov-sse-vs-websockets-vs-long-polling Fb: https://www.facebook.com/JSFestua/ Website: http://jsfest.com.ua/

    Upcoming JS Conference: JS Fest 2020 - 30-31st of October, Kyiv, Ukraine Details and tickets: http://bit.ly/2EoHvQo

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  4. Benedict Evans: Three Paths to the Future | Slush 2021

    For two decades, Benedict Evans has been cutting through the noise to figure out what’s really unfolding in the tech industry. The highlight of his work has long been an annual presentation, digging into the most pertinent ongoing macroscopic trends. This year, Benedict will be launching his annual presentation at Slush.

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