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Mervyn Young Lecture Series - Joy

 


Some Thoughts on Computing Technology and Society

Mervyn Young Memorial Lecture Series
on Computing Technology and Society

Inaugural Lecture
April 15, 1999
2:00pm
MATH 100

Bill Joy
Co-founder and Chief Scientist, Sun Microsystems
Co-chair, President's Information Technology Advisory Commission

sponsored by
Department of Computer Science
and
Herbst Program of Humanities for Engineers


Some Thoughts on Computing Technology and Society

  1. Some Thoughts on Computing Technology and Society
  2. The Information Age brings a Big Change in Media...
  3. Driven By Exponentials
  4. Biological Principles Should Come to Dominate
  5. The Information Age Brings New Economics...
  6. Learning and The Library (Answering Socrates?)
  7. Some Possible Aspects of Life in an Information Age
  8. Some 21st Century Sciences
  9. Threats
  10. The Character of the 21st Century
  11. The Game is Afoot

The Mervyn Young Memorial Lecture Series on Computing Technology and Society addresses the relationship between innovation in computing technology and changes in society. Established by a 1952 alumnus of the College's Engineering Physics program, the series is co-sponsored by the Department of Computer Science and the College of Engineering and Applied Science. The speakers are leaders from industry and distinguished academics.

 
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Department of Computer Science
College of Engineering and Applied Science
University of Colorado Boulder
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