Anticipate ! Exploring Collective Intelligence Design
2019-11-18T23:00:00Z → 2019-11-28T23:00:00Z
- Organiser: @soenke
- Location: Saarbruecken, multiple venues
- Times: tba
- Event: A welcoming, low-threshold, non-nerd workshop series around specific areas of collective intelligence design - data sovereignty, community architectures, and cooperative data governance - to bring people concerned about tech into site-specific co-creation processes to address concrete needs for collaborative solutions.
The workshop series is part of an ongoing exploration of collective intelligence design as a way of giving speculation authority to act in the present. Taking placing during the academic year, the workshops are also being integrated into seminars dedicated to “Cultures of Open” and “The Art of Decision”.
Workshop I Data Sovereignty
2019-11-18T23:00:00Z → 2019-11-18T23:00:00Z
Theme: Basic introduction to the ways in which our daily activities generate data flows and the ways in which these may be harnessed to support autonomy and self-determination. We will look specifically at health- and workplace-related data, as this data is arguably the most personal, sensitive, and vulnerable to misuse. At the same time, it is precisely because of this that it offers a way to engage with data sovereignty concerns.
Context: Developing a holistic approach to data literacy begins with awareness of the many overlapping data-generating contexts we pass through as we live and labor. As far as the bigger picture is concerned, this is it a key step toward co-designing that which affects how we act - collective intelligence design enables deep engagement with the socio-technological infrastructures structuring and sustaining our agency. Workshop in cooperation with Open Saar e.V.
Workshop II Community Architectures
2019-11-27T23:00:00Z → 2019-11-27T23:00:00Z
Theme: How do we bring sustainable architecture / upcycling / renewable energy communities into the design process of a workspace for a new commons-oriented cooperative?
Context: Members of the Academy of Fine Arts Saar have initiated the foundation of a cooperative (s:coop) to actively contribute to a new economy. Locally, this has involved exchanges with various actors from freelancing, innovation, and start-up communities. Now the time has come to develop and design a physical space that can operate as a community architecture. And one way to get started is to look what others have already done.
Workshop III Data Governance and Decentralized Technologies
2019-11-28T23:00:00Z → 2019-11-28T23:00:00Z
Theme: New ideas related to data governance have come from communities engaging with blockchain technologies. We will take a look at some of these ideas and bring them together with approaches from the cooperative universe. Workshop III offers in-depth follow-up to Workshop I.
Context: Decentralized technologies have become key areas of collective intelligence design experimentation. While some of these efforts have been criticized for reproducing the not-so-open geek cultures of tech research (“blokechain”), these technologies are too important to leave them to the usual techno-libertarian suspects. So we need to find ways to bring more people into a key systems design process.
Who is coming?
- Members of Open Saar e.V.
- Soenke Zehle @soenke
- Julia Hartnik (K8)
- Hannes Käfer, Director, Digital Production Center, HBKsaar
To be confirmed
- Members of Technoport, Luxembourg
- Members of CNA, Luxembourg
- Members of s:coop, Saarbrücken
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This event is part of the NGI Forward project Generation Internet (NGI) initiative, launched by the European Commission in the autumn of 2016. It has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 825652 from 2019-2021. You can learn more about the initiative and our involvement in it at https://ngi.edgeryders.eu
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