Thiago Hersan Visits Carnegie Mellon to Talk about Big Data

Carnegie Mellon alum Thiago Hersan visited in November to talk about his work with Big Data.


Posted November 21, 2014 at 11:12 AM

thiago.jpgThiago Hersan, a graduate of the Electrical & Computer Engineering program here at Carnegie Mellon, visited campus on November 20th to discuss his work with Big Data.

"When we think about digital communication in a not-so-distant future, it’s not hard to imagine situations where our interactions have been optimized, and our devices are having all the fun communicating.

About Thiago Hersan: Oakland-based Brazilian. Used to design circuits for next-generation semiconductor manufacturing technologies. Currently working on interactive robotic toy design at BeatBots in San Francisco, and on low-tech disruptions with the art and design collective Astrovandalistas.

In this talk I will present memememe, a robotic sculpture that explores this idea, and other projects I have done that deal with affective communication mediated by technology."




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