Genevieve Bell ’90, M.A. ’92, Interviewed by The New York Times

Posted August 6th, 2014 at 4:21 pm.

Vice President of Intel Labs Genevieve Bell ’90, M.A. ’92, has been interviewed by The New York Times about the future of technology and the implications for society. Bell earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Bryn Mawr in anthropology prior to earning her Ph.D. at Stanford University. Bell was also recently named one of the most influential women in the technology industry by Elle magazine.

From the Q&A: “I left a tenure track job at Stanford 16 years ago because I thought the digital revolution would change things like almost nothing before in history; I didn’t want it to be all decided by engineers.”

Filed under: 1990s,Anthropology,journalism Tags: , by Diana Campeggio

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