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Strategies for Public Sector Transformation

Strategies for Public Sector Transformation 1999
Electronic Service Delivery
September 23, 1999 - Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Keynote Speakers

Dr. Negroponte was the keynote speaker at the Strategies for Public Sector Transformation '99 conference held in Victoria at the Conference Center on September 23, 1999.

Dr. Nicholas Negroponte has been called the world's pre-eminent speaker on information technology, and he's been described as a visionary who foresees completely new ways for accessing and understanding information.

He is the author of Being Digital, the "definitive guide to the information superhighway," which is now available in 30 languages. Until recently, he was a senior columnist for WIRED magazine.
Nicholas Negroponte
Nicholas Negroponte

He is best known for being the founder and director of MIT's Media Laboratory, an interdisciplinary, multi-million dollar research centre of "unparalleled intellectual and technological resources." The Media Laboratory focuses on the study and experimentation of future forms of human and machine communications in programs such as:

  • Things That Think
  • News in the Future
  • Television of Tomorrow
  • Learning and Common Sense.

Dr. Negroponte began teaching at MIT in 1966. Two years later, he founded MIT's pioneering Architecture Machine Group, a combination lab and think tank responsible for many radically new approaches to the human-computer interface. Out of this experience came several influential texts, including: The Architecture Machine, Soft Architecture Machine and Computer Aids to Design and Architecture.

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