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Kipp Bradford: "The Future is Solid..." - Solid 2014 Keynote

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Published on May 22, 2014

From the 2014 Solid Conference: Kipp Bradford's Keynote talk, "The Future is Solid - Radical Mechanisms of Economic Change".

In this talk, Kipp Bradford, founder of The Kippworks, explores how scaling upwards and creating networks out of smaller elements can create new, previously unseen possibilities and efficiencies. The real world sees many of these scaling discontinuities - when networked economies meet frictionless, seemingly limitless idea frameworks. This is when radical economic change can happen.

About Kipp Bradford (The Kippworks):
Kipp Bradford is an educator, technology consultant, and entrepreneur with a passion for making things. He is one of the USA Science and Engineering Festival's Nifty Fifty. He is also the Demo Chair of the Open Hardware Summit and a featured innovator at Frost & Sullivan's GIL 2013. As the former Senior Design Engineer and Lecturer at the Brown University School of Engineering, Kipp taught several engineering design and entrepreneurship courses. He has founded startups in the fields of transportation, consumer products, HVAC, and medical devices, including the Data Sensing Lab and Revolution By Design. Kipp is a Fellow at the College of Design, Engineering and Commerce at Philadelphia University, and an Adjunct Critic at the Rhode Island School of Design. He coauthored Distributed Network Data. He serves on the boards of RIMOSA, The Providence Athenaeum, the community arts organization AS220, and on the technical advisory board of MAKE Magazine, in addition to co-organizing Rhode Island's mini Maker Faire.

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