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Here are few news items about speakers and board members:
Frank Gehry (February 2011 - Los Angeles) continues to be frank & and relevant.
Former—and hopefully again in the future!—speaker (May 2009, Washington D.C.) Stephen Wolfram's conception of re-programming programming.
DARPA's Terahertz Electronics program has created the fastest solid-state amplifier integrated circuit ever measured. It was developed by member company Northrup Grumman: http://www.darpa.mil/NewsEvents/Releases/2014/10/28.aspx
Former speaker David Schafran (May 2012, Washington, DC) is among the finalists for the Nokia Sensing XChallenge Prize.
As the latest in a series of reports to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the creation of the World Wide Web, this week the Pew Research Center published results of Internet experts' response to the question, "By 2025, will a major cyber attack have caused widespread harm to a nation's capacity to defend itself and its people?" (specifically, significant loss of life or property loss/damage/theft in the billions of dollars). 61% of the invited respondents answered yes; 39% answered no. Past TTI/Vanguard speakers quoted in the study divided as follows:
Joel Brenner (Washington, D.C., May 2010)
Herbert Lin (Washington, D.C., May 2010)
Vint Cerf (Washington, D.C., May 2012; Philadelphia, PA, Apr 2006; Miami, FL, Sep 2002; London, UK, Jul 1994)
Jim Hendler (Atlanta, GA, Feb 2014; Atlanta, GA, Feb 2008)
Hal Varian (San Francisco, Feb 2010; Boston, MA, May 1999)
David Brin (Washington, D.C., Sep 1998)
Tiffany Shlain (San Jose, CA, Feb 2003)
Isaac Mao (Beijing, China, July 2006)
David Clark (Boston, MA, Sep 2007; Los Angeles, CA, Sep 2004)
Bill St. Arnaud (St. Louis, MO, Sep 2008)
The TTI/Vanguard Team