If something like this can happen, it’ll be as Tristan Harris Describes it… until then let’s have some inside info around marketing tricks from tech companies.
An assistant professor of bioengineering at Stanford University, Manu Prakash is a physicist working at the molecular scale to try and understand no less than how the world really works.
Born in Meerut, India, Prakash earned a BTech in computer science and engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur before moving to the United States. He did his master’s and PhD in applied physics at MIT before founding the Prakash Lab at Stanford.
Prakash’s ultra-low-cost, “print-and-fold” paper microscope won a $100,000 grant from the Gates Foundaton in 2012.
This is his latest tedtalk:
This is the old ted talk about origami fold paper microscope
I am exploring his interviews. His philosophy and his way to deal with anything, his stance against failure and success, his brutal honesty concept and his perseverance are awe-inspiring.
Here are two small video parts concerning his viewpoint on jobs and robots and on education.