Emerging technologies and data processing tools are transforming the cities that we live in, and the way we live in them. The progressive adoption of open and shared data systems means that we now live in a world where we don’t just seek information, we are information. But - when it comes to emerging technology in today’s hyper-connected digital landscape- what is our moral progress with how we perceive and treat access to people’s personal information, and how can we be a little bit more human-centred?
The Smart Resilient Cities workshop hosted by the Joint Centre for Disaster Research and Toi Āria: Design for Public Good will explore the human behaviour and emerging technology interface; bringing together tech-industry leaders and showcasing our design-led project.
Participants can join us for nibbles, drinks, and thoughtful discussions generated through a game-based exercise.
Date: Thursday 23 May
Time: 5.30pm - 7.30pm
Venue: The Pit (Block 12, Entrance C, 63 Wallace Street, Massey University)
You can drop into this event at any time.
Anna leads Toi Āria: Design for Public Good — a research centre in the College of Creative Arts that helps organisations create and deliver people-centred policies and services. Anna is a design educator, researcher and award-winning practitioner.
Andrew is a public engagement expert, with a special interest in designing ways of having meaningful conversations with New Zealand people that result in policy and services being more relevant to them. He has a broad experience design track record across private, public and NGO organisations.
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