Eugene Shteyn teaches model-based invention and innovation at Stanford University. Eugene holds twenty-four US patents and is a named inventor on more than forty patents pending (in software architecture, digital entertainment, internet services, nanotechnology, and other areas). Eugene has asked us to watch this video and has posed 2 questions for us to consider.
1. Did the crow from the video make an invention?
2. What's the difference between a "smart" surface and a "stupid" surface?
Eugene asked us to read 'The Structure of Invention' by W. Brian Arthur.
Eugene Shteyn talks about finding high quality problems that are implementable and diffusable.
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