Thanks for the Memories
ENCORE Memories are slippery things –“ some are crystal clear, others more like a muddy pool, and some… well, they seem to vanish completely.
Scientists admit that memory is all very complicated, but one piece of the puzzle lies in how we age –“ we´ll hear the latest research.
Meanwhile, meet the man who digitally logged his every waking moment –“ and why maybe the secret to happiness isn´t in remembering but in forgetting.
Plus, the case for deleting data from your hard-drive… and from your brain itself.
- Adam Gazzaley –“ Director of the Neuroscience Imaging Center at University of California, San Francisco
- Gordon Bell –“ Principal researcher at Microsoft Research
- Jim Gemmell –“ Senior researcher at Microsoft Research
- James McGaugh –“ Neurobiologist at the University of California, Irvine
- Viktor Mayer-SchÃ¶nberger –“ Director of the Information and Innovation Policy Research Center at the National University of Singapore´s Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, and the author of Delete: The Virtue of Forgetting in the Digital Age
- Todd Sacktor –“ Neurologist, SUNY Downstate Medical Center