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Cairo Drive is a documentary exploration of Egyptian identity and change spanning the critical period before the revolution and up to the most recent presidential elections. Shot from 2009 to 2012 the film portrays the congested streets through encounters in traffic with taxi drivers, ambulance, traffic cops, and private citizens. The director Sherief Elkatsha talks with Professors Laila Shereen Sakr and Dick Hebdige from the UCSB Department of Film and Media Studies. Recorded on 03/09/2016.

Robotics are increasingly becoming part of our lives, providing diverse benefits. However, that same technology captures information about us. This raises intriguing questions about whether that information should be stored, with whom and when it should be shared, and if it should be shared at all. Albert ("Al") P. Pisano, Professor and Dean, UC San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering, explains how engineers are working to not only answers these questions but create solutions that improve our quality of life.

The documentary In Utero explores how experiences in utero affect our lives. Director Kathleen Man Gyllenhaal and Producer Stephen Gyllenhaal are be joined by Professor Brenda Major (Psychological and Brain Sciences, UCSB) and Professor Maya Rossin-Slater (Economics, UCSB) for a discussion moderated by Professor Maryam Kia-Keating (Counseling, Clinical, & School Psychology, UCSB). Recorded on 04/27/2017.
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