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In this interesting and sometimes funny interview by Brian Bergstein, Mark Little and Ben Peters give insight into the future of 3-D printing – for industrial uses and for home use.

Benjamin Peters is a PhD candidate in MIT’s Mechanical Engineering department focused on developing new digital fabrication technologies to enable low cost, scalable manufacturing.

As Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of GE’s seven Global Research Centers, Mark Little is responsible for leading one of the world’s largest and most diversified industrial research and technology organizations.

Brian Bergstein is deputy editor of MIT Technology Review, with responsibility for stories in the print magazine and on the website. He has covered computing, telecommunications, and the Web since 2000, when he became the Silicon Valley correspondent for The Associated Press. He was a Knight Fellow in Science Journalism at MIT in 2004-2005, and from 2008 to 2010 he was the AP’s technology editor, before joining MIT Technology Review.


About the Speakers

Ben Peters

Ben Peters

Benjamin Peters is a PhD candidate in MIT’s Mechanical Engineering department focused on developing new digital fabrication technologies to enable low cost, scalable manufacturing.

Mark Little

Mark Little

As Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of GE Global Research. Mark is responsible for leading one of the world’s largest and most diversified industrial research and technology organizations.