Andy Farnell ‘Perils of e-waste and benefits of being a digital vegan’
Have you ever wondered what happens to your technology when it breaks and becomes no longer usable?
Andy Farnell is a British computer scientist and author specialising in signals, systems and cybersecurity. His popular textbook “Designing Sound” (MIT) and pioneering research and development in audio DSP and synthesis defined the field of Procedural Audio. Consultant to leading technology companies, and visiting professor across Europe, Andy is a long-time advocate and prominent speaker on issues of digital rights, free open source software, good educational opportunities and access to enabling tools and knowledge for all. His latest books are “Digital Vegan” and “Ethics For Hackers” (Routledge).