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Saturday, February 10 • 11:00am - 12:15pm
Boundaries and Flow: Narratives and Strategies for Social Technologies

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In this workshop, we'll explore the intersections of ourselves and technology. Who are we in relation to the tools we make? How do they shift as we explore our identity and the patterns of complex society? Furthermore, we'll share some strategies from social entreprenuers in the tech field. These innovators are unafraid to create scalable and marketable solutions that also push the boundaries of social accountability. Come mingle philosophical and strategic visions of what the future of technology in a just world could look like.

Speakers
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Eliot Kersgaard

Eliot Kersgaard is an artist, organizer, and student-in-perpetuity based in Boulder. He graduated from CU in May 2016 with a degree in Engineering Physics. He is a founding member of Boulder Biomimicry, a bioregional organizer with the Permaculture Action Network, and the Assistant... Read More →
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Swapnil Kumar

Swapnil Kumar, a Masters student at University of Colorado Boulder is an unflinching optimist and an arduous mechanical engineer. He envisions to bring about a positive change in the society, to make the world sustainable and believes technology can be the biggest facilitator to overcome... Read More →


Saturday February 10, 2018 11:00am - 12:15pm
SEEC N126

Attendees (15)