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Art Silverman

Art Silverman

Senior Producer, All Things Considered

Art Silverman has been with NPR since 1978. He came to NPR after working for six years at a daily newspaper in Claremont, New Hampshire.

He is producer of the weekly "All Tech Considered" feature on the program.

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Jakob Dylan (left) and Tom Petty in a still from Echo in the Canyon. Greenwich Entertainment hide caption

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One LA Community Where Folk And Rock Converged

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Pete Seeger: The Smithsonian Folkways Collection is a six-CD collection of Seeger's previously unreleased music, accompanied by a 200-page book. Diana Davies/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Pete Seeger's Legacy Gets Immortalized With 'Smithsonian Folkways' Collection

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This California Mayor Took A German Study On Neckties Very Seriously

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The South Korean soccer team poses for a photo prior to the 2018 FIFA World Cup match against Sweden at Nizhny Novgorod Stadium on June 18, 2018 in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. Clive Mason/Getty Images hide caption

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The Science Behind South Korea's Race-Based World Cup Strategy

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In True Meta Fashion, These Are Shoes For Your Shoes

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Photographer William Eggleston released his first album, Musik, this past October. Peter Townsend/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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William Eggleston's Music, Much Like His Photography, Thrives Off Ambiguity

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Inventor Thomas Edison stands in his chemistry lab in West Orange, N.J., in 1904. Thomas Edison National Historical Park/National Park Service hide caption

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Before Silicon Valley, New Jersey Reigned As Nation's Center Of Innovation

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German-born Robert Prager was lynched in Collinsville, Ill., in 1918. Some Germans and German-Americans were attacked during World War I. Courtesy of Jeffrey Manuel hide caption

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During World War I, U.S. Government Propaganda Erased German Culture

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Each autonomous vehicle has two Uber exployees in the front seat; one is ready to grab the wheel and apply a foot to the brake pedal, the other in the passenger seat, has a computer screen showing what the car's rooftop laser-bouncing radar is seeing. Art Silverman/NPR hide caption

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Pittsburgh Offers Driving Lessons For Uber's Autonomous Cars

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Tech Plays Role As The Weapon Of Choice In Crime Fiction

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NPR's Past April Fools' Day Pranks

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Defying The Capitol Hill Sledding Ban In The Name Of Winter Fun

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Remembering The Satirical Side Of David Frost

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