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Amazon Studios director Roy Price argues that game-changing TV shows come from rule-breaking directors and captive audiences.
Andrew McAfee, co-author of The Second Machine Age, and Rodney Brooks, founder of Rethink Robotics, hypothesize how--for better or worse--robots will take jobs away from the middle class and aging Baby Boomers.
Surgeon and inventor Catherine Mohr shows how nanotechnology will usher in microscopic medicine, making minimally invasive surgeries simpler.
Startup investor Chris Dixon, reviews Bitcoin's bad PR, from Silk Road to right-wing extremists, and describes how politics factors into tech movements.
CEO of Hearsay Social Clara Shih, author of The Facebook Era, explains how and why companies can be more "human" and authentic on social media.
Co-Founder of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society Paul Watson describes how 700 million tons of plastic pollution is being broken down into particulate and harming the ocean habitat.
72andSunny partners John Boiler and Matt Jarvis describe the core of advertising as the intersection of entertainment, technology, and journalism.
Architect Michelle Kaufmann explains how she used a smart, modular homes as an exhibits to show off green systems like living roofs and water recycling.
Atari founder Nolan Bushnell describes how thousands of "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial" video game cartridges wound up in a landfill, and indie game developer Dong Nguyen, designer of the mobile game Flappy Bird, explains why you can't copy success.
Harvard law professor Lawrence Lessig, founder of the Mayday PAC, explains why the end of net neutrality would make telecom companies unstoppable and break down political and creative diversity.
Felix Barrett, founder of Punchdrunk, the theater company behind Sleep No More, explains why today's audiences crave immersive, once in a lifetime experiences and how to bring an analog attitude to the stage.
Dan Harris, ABC News correspondent and author of 10% Happier, shows how attention-destroying Silicon Valley companies are now is engineering enlightenment by practicing meditation.
Glenn Brown, co-creator of Twitter Amplify, shows off how some objects like shark tags, seismographs, and NBA backboard cams can send out tweets.
Motif Investing co-founder Hardeep Walia shares how his "tiger mom" put the stresses of Silicon Valley into perceptive and taught him to do good.
RJ Pittman, SVP and Chief Product Officer at eBay Marketplaces, shows the surprising "treasure trove" of eBay and argues that the future of retail is aligning a "kick-ass" e-commerce site with what the shoppers want.
David Karp, Founder & CEO of Tumblr, argues that a "messy" internet feeds creativity better than over-engineered sites like Facebook that make the world "square."
Sarah Wood, Founder & COO of Unruly, explains "content shock" and why cats, babies, and celebrities won't always make a video go viral.