Watch the Feed every Monday at 6 p.m. CT! On this episode: a major cyber attack shuts down your favorite websites. You can be part of the driverless car movement right here in Chicago! And this week’s Technori shoutout goes to Mystery Tackle Box!
Who’s buying twitter? If Russia is truly meddling in the U.S. election, how will our government respond? And finally, is now a good time to reach out to big time investors? Sean Froelich introduces our latest and greatest Technori program!
You’ve heard of crowdfunding, but do you actually know how it started? No, well, here ya Go… Impromptu History professor John Rosin takes us all on a trip down memory lane!
Chicago-based Interfaith Youth Core founder, Eboo Patel opens Technori’s Education Tech startup showcase with an unforgettable keynote address on how interfaith cooperation and community service can build understanding between different communities and contribute to the common good.
Mark Lawrence is the founder of a Chicago based company called SpotHero. Ever heard of it? Scott had Mark on Technori LIVE for a visit, since being one of the first companies featured on Technori, and he came back talking about their continued success in the $30 billion dollar parking industry.
Carrie Shaw created Embodied Labs in Chicago by using virtual reality to educate medical students and doctors. Now instead of looking at a textbook or a picture, they can look through the eyes of their patients.
Equity crowdfunding allows anyone to buy shares in start up companies with an investment. It’s quickly becoming the biggest thing in crowdfunding.
Stemming from the maker moment, Zach Kaplan founded the creative product company, Inventables. Working with kids and inspiring adults, Scott Kitun discovered that Zach’s approach is influenced by something all kids can understand, Legos. The two chatted on Technori LIVE about the path to his goal of having a 3D printer in every school in the country by the end of the decade, and…