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Robert Buderi is former Editor in Chief of MIT's Technology Review magazine and the author of Engines of Tomorrow (Simon and Schuster 2000), an account of the evolution and current practice of corporate research. His first book, The Invention That Changed the World (Simon and Schuster 1996), examined radar's impact on World War II and post-war science and technology.
A former BusinessWeek technology editor and Vannevar Bush Fellow at MIT, Buderi has written for numerous publications, including Newsweek, Time, Science, Nature, The Economist, Sports Illustrated and The Atlantic Monthly. He speaks widely about emerging technologies and their impact and is a regular guest of CNBC's "Strategy Session" and "The Wall Street Journal Report".
Guanxi (The Art of Relationships): Microsoft, China and Bill Gates’s Plan to Win the Road Ahead
as author at Authors@MIT,
together with: Gregory T. Huang,
Beyond Pervasive Computing
as moderator at MIT World Series - 2002 TR100 Symposium,
together with: Rodney A. Brooks, Richard Rashid, Steve Tuecke, David Tennenhouse,