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Tuesday, March 11 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Shelves to Space: What Images Say About Our World

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How does a photo of an onion in Delhi translate into countrywide price inflation? Conversely, how can a video from 500 miles above the Earth’s surface shed light on a humanitarian crisis unfolding in West Africa? From the proliferation of high-res photography on millions of smartphones worldwide to real-time video of the Earth’s surface from space, rapid advancements in imaging are not only changing how we share stories about the world around us, but tearing open an entirely new source of data.
Premise co-founder David Soloff teams up with Skybox Imaging co-founder Ching-Yu Hu for a panel moderated Harper Levine of Harper's Books to discuss how advances in imaging and technology are converging to unlock an entirely new stream of information. They’ll discuss the collection of image-based data streams from store shelves to space, and how they distill this data into transparent insights across a myriad of fields from macroeconomics and disaster relief to the global transport of goods.

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Ching-Yu Hu

Skybox Imaging
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Harper Levine

OwnerHarper's BooksHarper Levine is the founder of Harper's Books, a rare book store and gallery in East Hampton, New York. A graduate of McGill University, Levine gave up a failed career as writer to pursue selling books, rather than creating them. Over the years, with growing emphasis... Read More →
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David Soloff

Co-Founder & CEOPremiseDavid Soloff is co-founder of Premise, building machinery to help the human race better understand its own economic activity. Premise is backed by Google Ventures, Harrison Metal and Andreessen Horowitz, and serves some of the world's largest commercial, financial... Read More →



Tuesday March 11, 2014 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Omni Downtown, Longhorn 700 San Jacinto

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