Founded by Brady Forrest and Bre Pettis, Ignite is an O’Reilly Media event that started in Seattle in 2006 and has since taken place in over 100 cities around the world. It’s a fast-paced, fun format where participants give 5-minute talks about a topic they’re passionate about using 20 slides that auto-advance every 15 seconds.
Ignite pii2014 took place at the Crowne Plaza Palo Alto hotel during lunch on Friday, November 14th at the pii2014 Silicon Valley conference, and it was open to all registered pii2014 attendees at no additional charge.
Thanks to all of the pii2014 participants who applied for a chance to give a talk. Below is a list of the Ignite pii2014 speakers and topics that were selected:
David Melnick – Personal Internet Use @Work: Corporate Cyber Threats vs.
Individual’s Right to Privacy – WATCH VIDEO
Christine Peek – There’s No Way They Can Prove Anything: The Long Road To Fairness In Challenges To U.S. Terrorist Watchlist Placement – WATCH VIDEO
Arnel Leyva – A More Civilized Internet of Things – WATCH VIDEO
Clive Boulton – Scale Perishable Local Produce Through Peer-to-Peer Privacy – WATCH VIDEO
Heather Hiles – The Power of Portfolios: Optimizing Learning, Identity Management, User Control – WATCH VIDEO
Jim Fenton – Notification Management: Putting Users in Control – WATCH VIDEO
Mary Hodder – User Submitted Terms – WATCH VIDEO
Julie Martin – EduPrivacy: The Perfect Storm
If you haven’t been to an Ignite event yet, here’s an Ignite talk that explains how & why to give an Ignite talk.
You can also view videos from Ignite pii2013 to get an idea of the topics and speakers who participated last year…they did a terrific job!