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Marty is central piece of Doug Aitken’s new installation, new era. April, 2018

Doug Aitken’s new installation — debuting at new york’s 303 gallery, and later dialing-in at zurich’s galerie eva presenhuber — is centered around seemingly-inconsequential statements. Doug Aitken’s installation, new era, weaves Cooper’s straightforward comments on mobile phones, connectivity, and the future into a poetic, dystopian narrative. this narrative — on view at 303 gallery from april 13 through may 25, 2018, and …

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Problem solving with A.I. – June 24, 2015

As a noted futurist, Marty’s interest in artificial intelligence has given rise to his solution for the millions of aps a person has to sort through to find ones that are useful. He recently sat down with Motherboard; an online magazine and video channel dedicated to the intersection of technology, science and humans, to discuss …

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A conversation with Belarus – January 12, 2015

Marty’s shared his predictions on mobile technology, his thoughts on privacy and his insights into wearables with the Belarus media. More importantly, Marty shared his hope for the future of technological advancement; that each each country will learn to make the best use of its resources, chief among which is the intelligence of its inhabitants, …

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Marty featured on C-Span ‘Communicators’ – December 4, 2014

In December, 2014, C-Span’s Communicator Series highlighted Marty’s views and analysis on “spectrum issues and the efforts of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and other federal agencies to provide spectrum for the growing needs of mobile phone service providers.” C-Span hosts these half-hour discussions “with the leaders who shape our digital future.” As a member of …

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