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Thursday, May 21 • 4:45pm - 5:30pm
Workshop: Social Impact challenge: Applying design thinking and collective intelligence

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What types of peer/collaborative technologies are best placed to improve the work of the humanitarian sector? How could these technologies be applied in a scalable experiment to improve humanitarian response? 

Join-in to explore the disruptive solutions to these social issues in the SenseFiction workshop, focused on devising new applications that could be pursued to make humanitarian responses more effective, safe, responsive, cheaper or creative by  applying the knowledge of collaborative systems and peer technology. 

 


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avatar for Alizée Lozac'hmeur

Alizée Lozac'hmeur

Co-founder - Co-fondatrice, SenseCube
Graduated from HEC Paris in Entrepreneurship and Social Business, Alizée first worked for an impact investing fund, le Comptoir de l’Innovation. Meanwhile, she supported several social entepreneurs within the MakeSense community. She realized that new models of social start-ups were being developed, using digital technologies to mobilize strong communities and solve pressing social and environmental issues. She launched the SenseCube... Read More →
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Ben Webster

Researcher
Interested in exploring how to use p2p technology in tackling complex and protracted humanitarian emergencies. Leading a workshop to brainstorm and prototype ideas. | | Currently working as part of the humanitarian response to assist Syrian refugees in Jordan; as well as p-t researcher on technology, collaborative economy and innovation in public policy. Contributing researcher on the UK's Sharing Economy Review. Previously worked at the... Read More →

Thursday May 21, 2015 4:45pm - 5:30pm
Camp A

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