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Telepresence Robots

Catholic Exchange Inc

Editor, Writer

The MITRE Corporation

Editor In Chief

Robotics Business Review

Bio-Technician

Merck & Co. , Inc.

Deceased

Deceased

Christian Television Program Producer

Pittsburgh First Foundation

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Tom Green

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Tom Green
Senior Editor
Robotics Business Review
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Tom Green is an Emmy-nominated, award-winning writer, producer and playwright who uses his print and video expertise to tell stories about science, technology and engineering. His stage plays were produced at Boston's Next Move Theatre and then reproduced as radio plays for National Public Radio. He also wrote and produced the forum-based TV pilot Lifelines at Boston's WCVB-TV, Channel 5. In addition to working for various companies as a writer, editor, and producer, he owned and operated his own video production company for ten years where he produced video for corporations, broadcast, and cable TV. Since 1995, Green has evolved his storytelling skills and video-making experience in tandem with the arrival and growth of the Internet and Web. His most recent book, Bright Boys: The Making of Information Technology 1938-1958 (AK Peters, 2010) was an Amazon best seller and is now in its second printing. Prior to Robotics Business Review, Green was editor, writer and online content developer for the MITRE Corporation; JAZD Markets' online directories; and Merck Millipore. Tom Green has two daughters, and currently lives with his wife Daeng in Dedham, MA.


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Tom Green, Editor in chief, Robotics Business Review

Tom Green is the editor in chief of the Boston-based Robotics Business Review, an online robotics news, analysis, business and technology publication serving the global robotics community.
Previous to Robotics Business Review, he was for ten years an online writer/editor and video producer for the MITRE Corporation, a high-tech systems engineering and R&D firm specializing in projects for the federal government.
His book, Bright Boys: The Making of Information Technology, 1938-1958 (2010: CRC Press) has been an Amazon top-100 best seller since publication.
Green is also an Emmy-nominated, award-winning writer, producer and playwright who uses his print and video expertise to tell stories about science, technology and engineering. His stage plays were produced at Boston's Next Move Theatre and then reproduced as radio plays for National Public Radio. He also wrote and produced the forum-based TV pilot "Lifelines" at Boston's WCVB-TV, Channel 5. In addition to working for various companies as a writer, editor, and producer, he owned and operated his own video production company for ten years where he produced video for corporations, broadcast, and cable TV. Contact: tgreen@ehpub.com


Podcast « Robots – The Podcast for News and Views on Robotics

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In this episode we meet with Tom Green, editor in chief of the Robotics Business Review, to discuss current trends in robotics.

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Tom Green Tom Green is the Editor in chief of the Robotics Business Review, a global robotics news and information resource headquartered in metro Boston (USA).
Formerly, Green worked as print/online writer and video producer for the MITRE Corporation, an R&D facility specializing in computer engineering, avionics, robotics, RADAR, marine engineering, satellite communications, systems engineering and deep-space information systems for the U.S. federal government, NATO, World Radiocommunication Conferences and civilian projects worldwide (2000-2009). In 2010, Green published an Amazon best-selling history of the computer revolution: "Bright Boys: The Making of Information Technology 1938-1958. He was also online editor/writer for Millipore/Merck Corporation; website developer and editor for JAZD Business Publications; and TV program developer for Gostelradio.
He is also an Emmy-nominated, award-winning writer, producer and playwrighter who utilizes online editorial and video content to report on and produce programs on science, technology and engineering. Green wrote and produced the forum-based TV pilot "Lifelines" for a local Boston network. His stage plays have been produced at Boston's Next Move Theater and then reproduced as radio plays for National Public Radio.


Podcast « Robots – The Podcast for News and Views on Robotics

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In this episode we meet with Tom Green, editor in chief of the Robotics Business Review, to discuss current trends in robotics.

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Tom Green Tom Green is the Editor in chief of the Robotics Business Review, a global robotics news and information resource headquartered in metro Boston (USA).
Formerly, Green worked as print/online writer and video producer for the MITRE Corporation, an R&D facility specializing in computer engineering, avionics, robotics, RADAR, marine engineering, satellite communications, systems engineering and deep-space information systems for the U.S. federal government, NATO, World Radiocommunication Conferences and civilian projects worldwide (2000-2009). In 2010, Green published an Amazon best-selling history of the computer revolution: "Bright Boys: The Making of Information Technology 1938-1958. He was also online editor/writer for Millipore/Merck Corporation; website developer and editor for JAZD Business Publications; and TV program developer for Gostelradio.
He is also an Emmy-nominated, award-winning writer, producer and playwrighter who utilizes online editorial and video content to report on and produce programs on science, technology and engineering. Green wrote and produced the forum-based TV pilot "Lifelines" for a local Boston network. His stage plays have been produced at Boston's Next Move Theater and then reproduced as radio plays for National Public Radio.


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Home >> Our World with Telepresence Robots: Interview with Tom Green from Robotics Business Review

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Our World with Telepresence Robots: Interview with Tom Green from Robotics Business Review robotics business review
We hope you are enjoying our interview series! Tom Green, Editor-in-Chief of Robotics Business Review (www.roboticsbusinessreview.com), presents a new perspective on telepresence robots in today's post. Tom Green is an Emmy-nominated, award-winning writer, producer and playwright who uses his print and video expertise to tell stories about science, technology and engineering. In addition to working for various companies as a writer, editor, and producer, he owned and operated his own video production company for ten years where he produced video for corporations, broadcast, and cable TV.
Since 1995, Green has evolved his storytelling skills and video-making experience in tandem with the arrival and growth of the Internet and Web. His most recent book, Bright Boys: The Making of Information Technology 1938-1958 (AK Peters, 2010) was an Amazon best seller and is now in its second printing. Prior to Robotics Business Review, Green was editor, writer and online content developer for the MITRE Corporation; JAZD Markets' online directories; and Merck Millipore.
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Green envisions an exciting future with telepresence robots, but he mainly sees them as simple, pragmatic solutions. "Everybody is predicting all of these complex uses, but just a little help with the dishes would be nice," says Green. Read more of Tom Green's work at www.roboticsbusinessreview.com, and sign up for the newsletter to receive the latest industry news: www.roboticsbusinessreview.com/site/newsletter. We appreciate his input into this interview series.

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