On November 23, internationally renowned speakers and IoT enthusiasts gathered in Amsterdam to debate the way our increasingly digitized society develops in the context of the entirely new Internet emerging.
The half-day Internet of People Event hosted by Digital Society School addressed the social and societal implications of the Internet of Things and related topics and technologies. A humanity-centred approach to the digital world, covering design, tech and social sciences.
Speakers from Economic Board Groningen, Philips Design, Delft University of Technology, BrainCreators and Digital Society School were there to share their knowledge. The presentation titles included: Artificial Intelligence | Intimate Computing is Computing with Vulnerability |Being physical in a digital world |New horizons for Groningen with 5G and How to prepare for the future – understanding and implementing health trends in a fast changing time.
Below you can see the complete program of the conference:
|12:30||13:00||Welcome and Registration|
|13:00||13:10||Opening: by moderator Marco Van Hout, Head of Programmes & Impact, Digital Society School, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences|
|13:10||13:40||Peter Rake, Program manager 5G, Economic Board Groningen, on “New horizons for Groningen with 5G”, More information
Creative Director Trend Research , Philips Design, on “How to prepare for the future – understanding and implementing health trends in a fast changing time “, More information
|14:10||14:40||Gijs Huisman, Senior Track Associate, Digital Society School, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, on “Being physical in a digital world”, More information
|15:00||15:30||Jasper Wognum, Founder & CEO, BrainCreators, on “Artificial Intelligence”, More information
|15:30||16:00||Birna van Riemsdijk, Associate Professor Intimate Computing, Delft University of Technology, on “Intimate Computing is Computing with Vulnerability”, More information
|16:00||16:30||Student Project PitchesProject Growkit: Joel Ruhe, Maitreyee Sohni, Angelo Jordan, Anisha Sivakumaran
Project Campus: Max Groen, Floris van der Werk, Jessica Nguyen, Prachi Lai
Project Intention mirror: Alec Stewart and partners