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The Transactions on Love and Sex with Robots provides an excellent opportunity for academics and industry professionals to present and discuss their innovative work and ideas in an academic journal.
The Generist Project
The world is full of nature’s experiments in fabrication, self-replication, evolution. Make art that fills it the same way.
CodeX Stanford Blockchain RegTrax Initiative
RegTrax acts as a virtual commons and repository to monitor, review, analyze, and discuss regulatory, legislative and policy developments in the greater blockchain technology space. RegTrax is published here at pubpub.org (MIT Media Lab)
We invite members of the scholarly community to use this site to participate in the developing a report identifying critical problems in information science that are solvable within 10 years and which have broad implications across the scholarly community.
An initiative of the NYU GovLab to examine whether and how blockchain technologies can be used for social change.
This course will explore the current highly polarized environment through readings, discussions, and guest speakers. Student groups will create applications – i.e., actual working software prototypes – designed to get out the vote and help people engage in civic affairs.
The MIT Open Access Task Force will coordinate a renewed Institute-wide discussion of ways in which current policies and practices might be updated or revised to further the Institute’s mission of disseminating the fruits of its research and scholarship as widely as possible.
An evolving, informal guide on psychological therapies created from trainee experience by psychiatry trainees from across Europe for psychiatry trainees and other curious people.
Sponsored by the Vermont Center for Ecostudies, the Natural History Observer (NHO) is a free, open-access, peer-reviewed, journal publishing empirical, natural history articles authored by amateur and professional naturalists in northeastern North America.
The Viral Communications group creates scalable technologies that evolve with user inventiveness. We have a rich history in proximal and infrastructure-free networks and their applications, as well as in applications that integrate mobile computing with the spaces around us.
We are an impact innovation agency that designs strategies for economic and social development by enabling cross-sector collaborations and by harnessing the power of disruptive technology. We have offices in San Francisco (HQ) and Mexico City.
The IPC is a multidisciplinary research center focused on firms, industries and technological change in the global economy and how their emergence and transformation impact society at large. With a particular interest in Innovation, Productivity and Competitiveness.
Scientific Technology and Business journal presenting exciting technology profiles, case studies and invited papers concerning the process of innovation and its impact on society
East African Journal of Information Science is the first OA journal published at Kenyatta University in Nairobi, Kenya
The Journal of Open Engineering is a fee-free, open-access, peer-reviewed journal targeting all fields and applications of engineering.
The journal is jointly hosted at George Mason University's School of Public Policy, Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, and MIT's Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship.
One of the world’s leading providers of integrated logistics with more than 22,000 employees in over 500 offices and 100 countries.
OpenXC™ is a combination of open source hardware and software that lets you extend your vehicle with custom applications and pluggable modules.