Disruptive innovation in start-ups vs. industrial labs - a comparison
If you want to hear how Bell Labs continues to disruptively innovate and invent the future inside a large parent company, listen to Marcus Weldon explain this ...
Henry Markham is a professor of neuroscience working towards a full-scale model of the human brain, through his leadership at both the Blue Brain Project and the Human Brain Project.
Amber Case in “Designing calm technology”, describes interactions between humans and computers and how our relationship with information is changing the way cultures think, act, and understand their worlds. As a cyborg anthropologist, Case seeks to steer technology in ways that benefit humans.
As the executive chairman of Alphabet Inc, Eric Schmidt is responsible for external matters of Google and business and policy issues. He spoke on how Google is advancing artificial intelligence both for its own products and for the computing community as a whole.
Bob Metcalfe is widely acknowledged to be an (or the) originator of Ethernet, and he explains its history in the lecture.
Irwin Jacobs reflected on how Claude Shannon personally affected his career, and described how some of the pivotal changes in wireless communications actually took place.
As the birthplace of C, C++, and Unix, it's only fitting that we would host one of the largest developer meetup groups in New Jersey.
Bell Labs Hackathon Demo Day, February 20, 2016
The Bell Labs Future X book forecasts technology growth in network capacity, network speed, number of devices, and world wide data traffic.
Bell Labs provides a place for doctoral students who studied abroad to return and research in Israel.
Technion awards CS professors Yanai Prize for Excellence in Academic Education.
Bell Labs Israel was launched Monday 1/12/2014, at Alcatel-Lucent in Kfar Saba.
Bell Labs launch party
Bell Labs Israel Launch Party
"Israel has the technological culture of the Bell Labs-style", Marcus Weldon, President of Bell Labs
Alcatel-Lucent's Bell Labs to open office in Israel.
Alcatel-Lucent is building an extension of Bell Labs in Israel.
The Bell Labs Prize is an international competition to solicit game-changing and impactful ideas that have the potential to change the way we live, work, and communicate with each other.
We want to meet creative interns, postdocs and (both junior and senior) scientists eager to explore the area of Computational Social Science.