Future Social Experiences Keynote


July 20, 2011


Lili Cheng


Microsoft Research


Dennis Gannon chairs this keynote by Lili Cheng, Microsoft Research, at Faculty Summit 2011. Today, social software, which was initially embraced by youth, influences traditional companies, governments, and people of all ages. It has changed the way people socialize. This keynote explores:

  • Social software trends
  • How research and innovation in this area differ from traditional computer sciences
  • How science and technology education could benefit from what we know about social software”