Intel's chief anthropologist frames the MIT Technology Review Digital Summit by talking about the values that change, and those that don't, as technology progresses.
I'm deputy editor of MIT Technology Review. I’ve been a technology journalist for 12 years, reporting on the Web, computing, telecom, and the business of technology from Silicon Valley, New York, and Boston. Before I came to MIT Technology Review, I was the technology and media editor for the Associated Press.
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