MIT Independent Activities Period Lecture
Thurs, Jan 10, 2019, 3PM
MIT Building 24, Room 619.
2019 is shaping up to host the most gridlocked government the
USA has ever had. Not only can't they make decisions that help,
they can't make decisions at all, including, with the government
shutdown, how to keep the lights on.
Rather than present our long list of solutions, we (Lieberman and Fry),
will challenge the attendees to come up with the most important,
most difficult problems to solve. Come and bring your nastiest,
social, technical, environmental, you-name-it issues facing humanity
today (and perhaps FOREVER).
Put us on the spot to come up with solutions that are
technically doable, economically viable, politically deployable and,
unlike nearly all proposed solutions,
comprehensive enough to actually SOLVE the problem.
We'll let the attendees decide on the worst problem, then attack it
with our unique process.
We'll reveal clues on how you can stop being part of
the problem and become part of the solution.
Everyone welcome, The more diverse, the better.
Near Vassar St, Cambridge, MA, between Mass Ave and Main St.