The Future of Microchip and Computing

3 08 2014

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Coming off of a $3B dollar investment IBM made in the research and development for the progression of microchips to nanotechnology, Tech Talk explores the possibilities of the future of technology with lifetime technology entrepreneur, Steve Papermaster.

Mr. Papermaster has served as an advisor in the White House to President George W. Bush, and co-chaired the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) from 2002-2008. He is the CEO of Powershift Group, a technology venture development firm in Austin, Texas, and has served as executive chairman of multiple technology ventures around the world for over 20 years.

Steve Papermaster is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Powershift Group. He is a distinguished and highly successful technology entrepreneur, international business leader, author, and public policy expert. Mr. Papermaster served as a presidential advisor and co-chaired the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST). He also served as a founding panel member of the National Nanotechnology Initiative, which helps coordinate $15 billion in US investments for R&D activities in nanoscale science, engineering, technology, and related efforts, across 26 different agencies and programs.

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