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Kamal Farah

Kamal Farah
Research Assistant, MIT Media Lab

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Kamal Farah is a research assistant in the Playful Systems group at the MIT Media Lab, where he is investigating future urban systems and the impact of emergent technologies and virtual networks on physical space. Farah has advised organizations including IBM, BBVA, and Ford Motor Company, and led projects combining design, strategy, and management for multinational clients at SOM and Ateliers Jean Nouvel. His work has been exhibited at the Architectural League, New York and Salt Institute, Istanbul. He received a BArch from the University of Miami and an MS in architecture and urban design from Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, where he is also a faculty member.

Sessions

Society
Location: Fleet Room
Kamal Farah (MIT Media Lab)
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Open Mobility transcends spatial boundaries in cities, enabling simultaneous movement in physical and virtual networks. Unlike traditional automobiles for urban spaces, Data Vehicles are designed for real time correlation of geographic locations with online content. This talk explores designing Data Vehicles for Open Mobility, and emergent points of interest at the intersection of data and cities. Read more.