Manik Surtani is a senior software engineer at Red Hat Inc. Involved in the creation of open source technology he is well placed to tell students at the Royal Institution about the social impacts of new technologies. The talk includes cloud computing, smart phones and social networks.
The talk was part of a lecture series from the Institute of Physics called 'Physics in Perspective: an enrichment course for sixth formers and college students' (www.iop.org/pip)
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