Disruptive Technologists: AI & Ethics? The Big Questions

Microsoft: 11 Times Square, 6th floor, corner of 41st & 8th Ave. · New York, NY Developments in robotics engineering have resulted in several weird and wonderful advancements across many fields including military, manufacturing, service, and entertainment. As...

Kate Gorman Gaming: Designed by Women for Women

By Xiling Gu It’s no news that women founders and executives are proving themselves in all walks of life and adding value from their unique perspectives. Yet there are some sectors which won’t particularly be considered a woman’s territory– such as the gaming...

Do We Need Yet Another Social Media App?

Do We Need Yet Another Social Media App? Probably Yes! By Xiling Gu “You really die two times, the first is your physical death, the second is where no one talks about you any longer.” Disruptive Technologists talks with Ken Huening, founder and CEO of MiLegacy, a...

Viziotag, A Navigator for the Oceans of Streaming Content

By Xilling Gu In 2017, 500 hours of video content was uploaded to YouTube every 60 seconds. The massive amount of video content is making it painstakingly hard to discover the piece of information meaningful per view. Viziotag is a company that sets to provide more...

Disruptive Tech: Digital Preservation, Privacy, Protocols

Hosted by LAUREN K. and Sarah G. From Disruptive Technologists in NYC To RSVP: https://www.meetup.com/Disruptive-Technologists-in-NYC/events/250903046/ Are you going? Respond by 6:15 PM on 7/27. 177 spots left. Monday, July 30, 2018 6:15 PM to 9:00 PM Add to calendar...

Drones: A Mega-Warehouse Management Solution?

By Xilling Gu Amit Shah, the 23-year-old CEO and partner of Incipient Corp, came up with the concept of using drones to deal with inventory management when he was puzzling out the ways that technology could meet operational practice. He wanted to think of a use-case...