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CSITM at IIM Bangalore launches ‘Tech & Us’ with book talk

Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Professor of Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois, will discuss his book, ‘Reluctant Technophiles: India’s Complicated Relationship with Technology’, on Feb 10

31 JANUARY, 2022: The Centre for Software and IT Management (CSITM) at IIM Bangalore announces the launch of a webinar series called “Tech & Us”. The first of this online book talk series will have Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Professor of Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois, discuss his book, ‘Reluctant Technophiles: India’s Complicated Relationship with Technology’, at 4 pm (IST) on February 10th.

‘Reluctant Technophiles (one of GQs “best Indian non-fiction books of 2021”) uses examples, anecdotes, and data to offer an account of India’s complicated relationship with technology. During his talk, Prof. Rakesh Kumar will discuss key themes of the book, make observations about attitudes towards technology, identify a few technology-related challenges, and suggest some focus areas. 

Register here: https://iim-b.zoom.us/meeting

“In our new series ‘Tech & Us’, we will have authors of non-fiction examine our complex relationship with contemporary technologies. While research and policy papers on these subjects are insightful, we would also like to tap the charm, narrative, freedom and reach of books. This book-talk series will offer the audience a chance to hear the perspectives of the invited authors and discuss books with them,” said Balakrishna Venkatesh, who runs the Centre for Software and IT Management at IIM Bangalore.

About the speaker:

Dr Rakesh Kumar is a Professor of Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois. His research in computer system design has pioneered technologies which are used widely today. Several of his papers have been recognized as the most influential papers in computer systems; many of them have won best paper awards. His research has received coverage in BBC, Fortune and The New York Times. In addition to being an award-winning researcher and teacher, Rakesh thinks deeply about issues at the intersection of technology, policy and society, especially in the Indian context. Rakesh received a BS from IIT Kharagpur in 2001 and a PhD from the University of California at San Diego in 2006.

Add to Calendar 2022-02-10 05:30:00 2024-07-13 22:27:51 CSITM at IIM Bangalore launches ‘Tech & Us’ with book talk Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Professor of Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois, will discuss his book, ‘Reluctant Technophiles: India’s Complicated Relationship with Technology’, on Feb 10 31 JANUARY, 2022: The Centre for Software and IT Management (CSITM) at IIM Bangalore announces the launch of a webinar series called “Tech & Us”. The first of this online book talk series will have Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Professor of Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois, discuss his book, ‘Reluctant Technophiles: India’s Complicated Relationship with Technology’, at 4 pm (IST) on February 10th. ‘Reluctant Technophiles (one of GQs “best Indian non-fiction books of 2021”) uses examples, anecdotes, and data to offer an account of India’s complicated relationship with technology. During his talk, Prof. Rakesh Kumar will discuss key themes of the book, make observations about attitudes towards technology, identify a few technology-related challenges, and suggest some focus areas.  Register here: https://iim-b.zoom.us/meeting “In our new series ‘Tech & Us’, we will have authors of non-fiction examine our complex relationship with contemporary technologies. While research and policy papers on these subjects are insightful, we would also like to tap the charm, narrative, freedom and reach of books. This book-talk series will offer the audience a chance to hear the perspectives of the invited authors and discuss books with them,” said Balakrishna Venkatesh, who runs the Centre for Software and IT Management at IIM Bangalore. About the speaker: Dr Rakesh Kumar is a Professor of Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois. His research in computer system design has pioneered technologies which are used widely today. Several of his papers have been recognized as the most influential papers in computer systems; many of them have won best paper awards. His research has received coverage in BBC, Fortune and The New York Times. In addition to being an award-winning researcher and teacher, Rakesh thinks deeply about issues at the intersection of technology, policy and society, especially in the Indian context. Rakesh received a BS from IIT Kharagpur in 2001 and a PhD from the University of California at San Diego in 2006. IIM Bangalore IIM Bangalore communications@iimb.ac.in Asia/Kolkata public

CSITM at IIM Bangalore launches ‘Tech & Us’ with book talk

Add to Calendar 2022-02-10 05:30:00 2024-07-13 22:27:51 CSITM at IIM Bangalore launches ‘Tech & Us’ with book talk Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Professor of Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois, will discuss his book, ‘Reluctant Technophiles: India’s Complicated Relationship with Technology’, on Feb 10 31 JANUARY, 2022: The Centre for Software and IT Management (CSITM) at IIM Bangalore announces the launch of a webinar series called “Tech & Us”. The first of this online book talk series will have Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Professor of Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois, discuss his book, ‘Reluctant Technophiles: India’s Complicated Relationship with Technology’, at 4 pm (IST) on February 10th. ‘Reluctant Technophiles (one of GQs “best Indian non-fiction books of 2021”) uses examples, anecdotes, and data to offer an account of India’s complicated relationship with technology. During his talk, Prof. Rakesh Kumar will discuss key themes of the book, make observations about attitudes towards technology, identify a few technology-related challenges, and suggest some focus areas.  Register here: https://iim-b.zoom.us/meeting “In our new series ‘Tech & Us’, we will have authors of non-fiction examine our complex relationship with contemporary technologies. While research and policy papers on these subjects are insightful, we would also like to tap the charm, narrative, freedom and reach of books. This book-talk series will offer the audience a chance to hear the perspectives of the invited authors and discuss books with them,” said Balakrishna Venkatesh, who runs the Centre for Software and IT Management at IIM Bangalore. About the speaker: Dr Rakesh Kumar is a Professor of Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois. His research in computer system design has pioneered technologies which are used widely today. Several of his papers have been recognized as the most influential papers in computer systems; many of them have won best paper awards. His research has received coverage in BBC, Fortune and The New York Times. In addition to being an award-winning researcher and teacher, Rakesh thinks deeply about issues at the intersection of technology, policy and society, especially in the Indian context. Rakesh received a BS from IIT Kharagpur in 2001 and a PhD from the University of California at San Diego in 2006. IIM Bangalore IIM Bangalore communications@iimb.ac.in Asia/Kolkata public

Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Professor of Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois, will discuss his book, ‘Reluctant Technophiles: India’s Complicated Relationship with Technology’, on Feb 10

31 JANUARY, 2022: The Centre for Software and IT Management (CSITM) at IIM Bangalore announces the launch of a webinar series called “Tech & Us”. The first of this online book talk series will have Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Professor of Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois, discuss his book, ‘Reluctant Technophiles: India’s Complicated Relationship with Technology’, at 4 pm (IST) on February 10th.

‘Reluctant Technophiles (one of GQs “best Indian non-fiction books of 2021”) uses examples, anecdotes, and data to offer an account of India’s complicated relationship with technology. During his talk, Prof. Rakesh Kumar will discuss key themes of the book, make observations about attitudes towards technology, identify a few technology-related challenges, and suggest some focus areas. 

Register here: https://iim-b.zoom.us/meeting

“In our new series ‘Tech & Us’, we will have authors of non-fiction examine our complex relationship with contemporary technologies. While research and policy papers on these subjects are insightful, we would also like to tap the charm, narrative, freedom and reach of books. This book-talk series will offer the audience a chance to hear the perspectives of the invited authors and discuss books with them,” said Balakrishna Venkatesh, who runs the Centre for Software and IT Management at IIM Bangalore.

About the speaker:

Dr Rakesh Kumar is a Professor of Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois. His research in computer system design has pioneered technologies which are used widely today. Several of his papers have been recognized as the most influential papers in computer systems; many of them have won best paper awards. His research has received coverage in BBC, Fortune and The New York Times. In addition to being an award-winning researcher and teacher, Rakesh thinks deeply about issues at the intersection of technology, policy and society, especially in the Indian context. Rakesh received a BS from IIT Kharagpur in 2001 and a PhD from the University of California at San Diego in 2006.