Innovation and Silicon Valley

 
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The Rise and Fall of Giants: ICT Disruptions from Silicon Valley, Nokia, China, and Japan

Wednesday, April 4, 2018

John Zysman, UC Berkeley; 

Yves Doz, Insead; 

Amy Shuen, Hong Kong University; 

Kenji Kushida, Stanford University. 

 
 
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Managing "Sleep Debt" for Better Performance and Health: Introducing the Stanford Method for Ultimate Sound Sleep

February 15, 2018

Dr. Seiji Nishino, Professor, Stanford Department of Psychiatry and head of Stanford Sleep and Circadian Neurobiology Lab

 

THE COMING REVOLUTION: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FOR ADVANCED MATERIALS AND PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

June 5, 2017

Greg Mulholland, Co-founder and CEO, Citrine Informatics

 

SILICON VALLEY DOES IT REPEATEDLY: FROM FAIRCHILD TO UBER AND BEYOND

March 16, 2017

Martin Kenney, Professor of Human and Community Development, UC Davis; senior project director at BRIE, UC Berkeley

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THE ALGORITHMIC DISRUPTION: THE UNDERLYING DRIVERS BEHIND FINTECH, IOT, AI, AND THE PLATFORM ECONOMY IN AN ERA OF COMPUTING ABUNDANCE

February 7, 2017

Kenji Kushida, Research Scholar, Stanford APARC and Project Leader, Stanford Silicon Valley-New Japan Project

 

MANUFACTURING IN CALIFORNIA: WHAT LIES AHEAD

January 24, 2017

Sean Randolph, Senior Director, Bay Area Council Economic Institute

 
 

DO STARTUPS LEARN WHEN THEY FAIL? USING CROWDFUNDING DATA TO COMPARE WHEN AND IF ENTREPRENEURS LEARN FROM EXPERIENCE AND OBSERVATION

November 2, 2016

Jaclyn Selby, Research Associate, Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center Japan Program

 

BIG DATA: LESSONS FROM THE FIELD

May 18, 2016

Gaurav Kataria, head of Product Adoption Google for Work

 

THE IT-ENABLED SERVICES TRANSFORMATION, CLOUD COMPUTING, AND NEW PRODUCTION PARADIGMS: IMPLICATIONS FOR DYNAMICS OF COMPETITION IN THE US AND ASIA

September 29, 2015

Kenji Kushida, Japan Program Research Associate, APARC, Project Leader, Stanford Silicon Valley New Japan Project