Amy Chen, formerly NYC Media Lab's Manager of Partnerships, will take on the first full-time position in The Combine, the Lab's early stage accelerator program for university faculty and students.
Tech, Media & Democracy has planned the third in its series of conversations. Hosted by Buzfeed, panelists will discuss fake news crisis, and how technologists and journalists can better respond to misinformation dissemination on different platforms.
In a new white paper, NYC Media Lab sources interviews from leading media and technology executives and entrepreneurs to explore the applications, benefits, and the potential downside of machine-driven media.
HISTORY, part of A+E Networks, seeks to support NYC-based graduate students in a fellowship program that will run in early 2018. Its focus is to use mobile AR platforms—ARKit for Apple and ARCore for Android—to explore 1968, the year that changed America.
NYC Media Lab's annual VR/AR/MR event, Exploring Futrue Reality, is coming up on November 30th 2017 at NYU Kimmel Center! Faculty, students, startups and media corporations can get involved in three ways: demo; lead a workshop; or pitch!
NYC Media Lab partnered with universities, media and technology corporations, community groups, civic agencies, startups and accelerators to co-host workshops on emerging media and technology themes.
In partnership with NYC Media Lab and Havas, Governors Island will over its public space to NYC graduate students. The project will support a cohort to produce prototypes for telling the story of its landscape, landmarks, and history.
A yearly challenge program in partnership with NYC Media Lab, Verizon Connected Futures III will award up to $10,000 to prototype with technology from Verizon’s envrmnt team.
Featuring thought-provoking discussions and presentations, faculty and community-led workshops, and more than 100 innovative technology demos, join us September 28th to immerse yourself in emerging media and technology ideas and practice.
100 demos will be selected to participate during NYCML17, and $25,000 in awards will be distributed to the most innovative work on view. Faculty, students, university affiliated startups, and recent alumni are eligible.