Monday, December 3, 2018

Part 3 Of Cornell Tech Roosevelt Island Community Conversations With Faculty Members - Connective Media Professor Mor Naaman Presentation On Tech, Media & Democracy Thursday December 6

The 3rd in a 4 Part series of Roosevelt Island community conversations with Cornell Tech Faculty members takes place Wednesday, December 6 with Professor Mor Naaman.

You're invited.

According to Cornell Tech Roosevelt Island Community Conversation event page:

Community Conversations with Cornell Tech Faculty

MOR NAAMAN: Technology, Media, Democracy


Mor's lab designs, builds, and studies social systems, with a focus on technology, media and democracy - issues that have never been more relevant to our society than they are today. Mor will break it all down for us in what promises to be an enlightening and thought-provoking presentation.

Date and Time

Thu, December 6, 2018, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM EST


Tata Innovation Center, 11 East Loop Road, New York, NY 10044

RSVP Click or  Call: 646-220-1505 or



Mor Naaman is an associate professor of Information Science at the Jacobs Technion- Cornell Institute at Cornell Tech. He is the founder of the Connective Media hub, co-directs the Oath- supported Connected Experiences Lab, and leads the Social Technologies research group.
Professor Naaman described the Connective Media Program

and Technology Media & Democracy initiative

by a consortium of NYC universities.

Click here to register for the Thursday, December 6, Roosevelt Island Cornell Tech Faculty Community Conversation with Professor Mor Naaman.

The first Roosevelt Island Cornell Tech Faculty conversation was with Professor Serge 
Belongie on Computer Vision, Machine Learning and Augmented Reality. Watch the video here.

The second Roosevelt Island Cornell Tech Faculty conversation was with Professor Nicolai Dell on Creating Tech For Underserved Communities. Watch the video here.

The final Roosevelt Island Cornell Tech Community Conversation in this series is with Professor James Grimmelaman on December 11.

The Cornell Tech Community Conversations are very interesting. Try to attend. You'll find it fascinating.