Jessica left the 24th grade at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab where she tried to (unsuccessfully) omni-task a robotics Ph.D. into her teaching, writing, art exhibition and nap schedule. Before attending graduate school, Jessica spent 4 years in the entertainment industry working for Comedy Central, managing comedians and assisting political pundit and comedian Al Franken.
Jessica was at Eyebeam as an R&D OpenLab fellow during 2007/08 to make robotic furniture, lighting, architecture and wearables with particular emphasis on reactive work/live environments and alternative energy sources. She returns to Eyebeam as an honorary Research Associate for 2009.
Jessica wants to make new connections in your brain (non-invasively).
|2009 ||F||Honorary Resident |
|S||Honorary Resident |
|2008 ||F||Fellow |
|2007 ||F||Fellow |