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"Failures are the best way to learn facts," says +MIT Media Lab head  +Joichi Ito . He came by the studio and talked with host Kara Miller. Hear the whole interview here.
http://blogs.wgbh.org/innovation-hub/2014/5/9/recipe-success-fail-lot/
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Is the future of hiring...video games? Find out in our interview with +The Atlantic deputy editor Don Peck.

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This weekend, we're tackling big data! Here's an interesting take on data and teaching from a former kindergarten instructor. Do you agree with her? 

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Does the prospect of your phone battery dying when you most need it - with no power outlets in sight - fill you with dread? Then you'll appreciate this: the founders of WiTricity envision a future where devices could charge wirelessly. #wirelesstechnology   #wirelesscharging  

Did you get burned by HBO GO last night? (Sorry, True Detective fans, we feel your pain.) This week, we ask: can technology keep up with the future of TV?

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"Correctly forecasting a military invasion in Africa used to be the sort of thing only a superpower could do; now it’s a semester project for Harvard students." (!!!)

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When Wendy Kopp proposed the idea for Teach for America as her senior thesis in college, her adviser said she was "deranged." But she ran with it. Hear our conversation with Wendy on education and innovation:

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"I think especially in my early years at MIT, that people would assume 'Oh, you're here because you're black; you're an affirmative action admit...And I thought, 'How could you possibly know how much I know and how qualified I am by looking at me?'"

Check out a preview of this weekend's show: a clip from our interview with MIT prof Paula Hammond!

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In 1950, Einstein was asked which scientists he admired most. His answer? Marie Curie, the 1st woman to win a Nobel Prize.

This week, in honor of Women's History Month, we're highlighting some of our favorite women innovators, from the worlds of literature, science, education, and more.

Which women have inspired you?
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