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Distinguished Innovator Speaker Series: The Augmented Human: Exploring the Boundaries of Alternative Realities
A lighthearted, thought-provoking journey, asking some basic questions:
Where are we as a human race today?
Why is it harder and harder to “unplug” “get off the grid?
Are we ready for the next steps in Virtual and Augmented Reality?
Join us on Wednesday, Sept 30th as Paramount Pictures' resident futurist, author, and serial entrepreneur Ted Schilowitz takes on a thought-provoking journey exploring what connects us, what drives us, and how the tech is used to communicate, entertain, connect and share creates massive benefits as well as concerns.
How many times a day do you rely on space technology?
Did you know that mobile phone apps rely on satellites to determine your location?
The global space ecosystem is under exponential growth and needs workforce participation from all sectors. What will YOUR role be?
Join us on Thursday, Oct. 22nd as Bidushi, CEO & Founder of AstroHub for USA & Singapore provides an overview of the rapidly growing commercial space sector, with an eye towards unique, space-based solutions to humanity’s challenges in the post-COVID era.
Distinguished Innovator Speaker Series: The Power of Collaboration in the Cloud: Examples from Hollywood Media Production
Join us on Thursday, Nov. 19th as Buzz Hayes discusses, how can people collaborate on content production most effectively when working from disparate locations around the world? Collaboration is a fundamental part of media content creation and is more than just video conferencing and message threads. This talk outlines the challenges, solutions, and strategies for enhancing collaboration using cloud-based resources for creators of media.
Distinguished Innovator Speaker Series: Finance and Other Career Opportunities in Hollywood: It’s Like Any Other Business
Join us on Thursday, Dec. 10th for insights on career opportunities in Hollywood: Irvine is only a one-hour drive from Hollywood, the entertainment capital of the world. Each year there are 150,000 college graduates with some kind of degree in mass communication who are primarily interested in the 'Show' and pay scant attention to the 'Business'. Underlying all the perceived glitz and glamor of the entertainment industry, behind the cameras there is an elaborate manufacturing process producing movies, TV shows, commercials, music videos, etc.for a worldwide audience with a voracious appetite.