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Shenzhen: An Alternative to the American way of Innovation [EE380 Computer Systems]

Shenzhen: An Alternative to the American way of Innovation
Wednesday, May 31, 2017 - 4:30pm
Gates B03
Andrew "Bunnie" Huang (Bunniestudios)
Abstract / Description: 

In this talk, we start with a top-down exploration of the electronics ecosystem of Shenzhen. We then pivot at the topic of recycling and "fakes" to build a bottom-up picture of how an innovation culture, unbridled by Western tradition, matures in the age of the Internet.


Talk Format:

This talk will be live streamed from Singapore and will be viewable live in Gates B3.x The live audience will have the opportunity to ask questions and interact with the speaker. 

The live stream video will be captured and published to YouTube in the same fashion as our usual live speakers.


Bunnie is a co-founder of Chibitronics and author of Hacking the Xbox, "The Hardware Hacker, and The Essential Guide to Electronics in Shenzhen. Bunniestudios, his company, is located in Singapore.