IEEE, Live Expert-Panel Discussions

Participants can join these global broadcasts via Google Hangout on Air.

    

20 November 2014
11:00am EST
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Empowering the Connected Person through the IoT: Body & Wearable Health Innovations
In this Google Hangout, our expert panelists will explore such difficult and thought-provoking questions in the area of health to help us better understand the landscape of wearables and body computing today, what types of exciting innovations we should be aware of, how the underlying technologies and supporting policies on identity and privacy would need to keep pace towards a world of “Connected People,” and where they see body computing and wearables going in the future.


14 November 2014
11:00am EST
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Open and Interoperable Augmented Reality
During this Hangout we will be explore how Open and Interoperable Augmented Reality can build upon existing standards. Spokespeople from the IEEE-SA and other standards development organizations actively working on Augmented Reality will share why their members’ and editors’ include AR use cases, the approaches taken, achievements to date and plans for the future.


17 October 2014
11:00am EST
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AR on the Shop Floor
During this live Google+ Hangout on Air invited experts will discuss the opportunities they have seen for significant improvements of shop floor processes using Augmented Reality.


30 September 2014
2:00pm EST
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The Right to Be Forgotten: Privacy Savior or Unworkable Solution?
In our last installment in this series on privacy, we touched upon this idea of data access control in the age of the Internet of Things but the European Union’s recent ruling on the ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ legislation is making media headlines due to the challenges in implementation and enforcement.


25 September 2014
11:00am EST
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Skeletons of Empires: A Scenario for Augmented Reality in 2020
During this Google+ Hangout invited experts will discuss the potential societal, security and professional risks when people are surrounded by sensor-rich objects connected to omniscient cloud-based services, as these are described in one of the four scenarios developed as part of the IEEE-SA Scenarios for AR in 2020 project to explore the potential for AR and described during a WebEx event hosted by IEEE on September 18, 2014.


29 July 2014
2:00pm EST
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Privacy and Personal Data in a Connected World 101
In this next installment of the 2014 IEEE-SA Google+ Hangout Series on Privacy, we’ll explore the intersections of opportunity, legality, and interoperability as they relate to IoT.


26 June 2014
11:00am EST
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Generating New Revenues with Augmented Reality
When combining people, places and things with Augmented Reality, new business opportunities emerge. Converting those opportunities into revenue means either cannibalizing existing business or persuading customers to begin spending in a new category.


15 May 2014
11:00am EST
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AR in the City
Augmented Reality promises to be highly valuable for people who plan, build and manage urban spaces as well as those those who visit and live in cities. We will be able to see what urban developers have planned but is yet to be built, see the pipes and electrical wiring in the walls and tunnels below the streets. These services are on the roadmap for our cities, but many significant challenges remain.


17 April 2014
11:00am EST
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AR & Wearable Technology
Wearable technologies can be part of an Augmented Reality-assisted information acquisition and delivery system by providing more sensors to detect the user’s context and an alternative to looking at a smartphone or tablet screen for consuming AR experiences.


9 April 2014
11:00am EST
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Privacy for the Economy
In an inter-connected world, questions around the economics of privacy and personal data are of top concern to industry leaders. While privacy and security nuances have social and political implications, there are also many economic considerations to be understood.


28 March 2014
12:00pm EST
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AR & Privacy
As the use of mobile Augmented Reality (AR) becomes more pervasive, companies and individuals are exploring many new opportunities to simplify their lives and streamline their businesses. Panelists will share their opinions about the impacts AR may have on corporate and personal privacy. Viewers are encouraged to ask questions.


28 January 2014
12:00pm PST
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Privacy for the People
Renowned panelists join in a live discussion to explore what the next era of privacy might look like in a world of increasingly smart devices and ever-more expansive forms of data collection and how bottom up, open collaboration can be used to harness global creativity and expertise for privacy innovation, best practices and solutions.