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Evan Schwartz

Special Guest

Biography:

Evan Schwartz writes and speaks about invention, innovation, and the impact of new technology on business and society. He is a former editor at BusinessWeek and he is currently a contributing writer for MIT's Technology Review. Mr. Schwartz is the author of The Last Lone Inventor: A Tale of Genius, Deceit, and the Birth of Television, Digital Darwinism, Webonomics and Juice: The Creative Fuel That Drives World Class Inventors. While researching and writing Juice, Mr. Schwartz served as a consulting editor for the Lemelson-MIT Program for Invention and Innovation at MIT's School of Engineering. Mr. Schwartz received a B.S. in computer science from Union College in Schenectady, New York.

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Inventions: Creation & Suppression

Journalist and author Evan Schwartz said invention is one of the oldest forces of mankind and he discussed both the creative process and the suppression behind current and past inventions. There is an old saying that it is "safer to invent the future than predict it," and inventors may feel that their concepts give them power over the future, he noted. ... More »

Host: George Noory
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