Wednesday Web Jam no. 79 - "Forecasting product and service success with AI" with Pedro Janeiro
How smart are Artificial Intelligence nowadays and how can it help in the innovation space? Spoiler - don’t sell your brain yet!
Pedro will go through a series of simple exercises to illustrate for non-techies how most AI software works, how it might be used to forecast product and service success, and how it desperately needs human help to be truly helpful in the real world. The future is hybrid - we will discuss how and why.
Let's go outside! Hop on zoom with your phone or tablet, and let’s go for a walk to explore our environments together! If you can't go out due to restrictions, please stay safe indoors and we can still bring you around with us too. How do you experience your 5 senses with your surrounding and use those skill sets better in a design thinking process.
Wwj 77 - “Systems thinking - Finding Leverage points for change” with Nachiket Akhave
We all contribute to the creation of and life within complex systems -- natural ecosystems, food systems, judicial systems, markets, governments, communities, families, and even our individual lives.
If we want to effectively address one or more of intractable problems that we encounter or read about every day, we need to create system-level interventions that shift the root causes rather than just temporarily mitigate symptoms.
In this session we will explore the concept of “leverage points” and how we might create interventions that are effective at achieving positive changes within a system.
Wednesday Web Jam no. 76 - “Food & POZE: Pursuing Aspirations” with Ofri Hirsch and Cornelia Walther
This workshop looks to tap into the inner process of personal growth using our relationship with food.
How our relationship with food affects and reflects our being both physically and spiritually and how we can tap into that wisdom in order to catalyze change.
Our premise is that global change starts with individuals. We feel that by looking at individual aspirations as the point of departure, marrying the two topics; POZE and food and by juxtaposing it with the process of design we are creating a hands-on workshop that triggers change from the inside out.
RECENT PUBLICATIONS by Dr. Cornelia Walther
Development, Humanitarian Aid and Social Welfare. Social Change from the inside Out.
Humanitarian Work, Social Change and Human behavior. Compassion for Change.
Connection in the times of COVID. Corona’s Call for Conscious Choices
Technology, Social Change and Human Behavior. Influence for Impact
Leadership for Social Change and Development. Inspiration and Transformation
Coaching TED talk (Save the Children UK) – February 2021
‘The Good Problem’ – Social Change from the Inside Out.
Android - https://lnns.co/46G1wygUlhf Apple - https://apple.co/3rCtHbP
Website - www.poze.cc
Mystery Galaxy - https://www.mystery.facili.space/
A Call for Conscious Changes to Counter COVID-19. International Journal of Community Well-Being. Springer Nature (May 2021) https://rdcu.be/ck6k7
Social Change from the Inside Out. From Fixation to Foundation. From Competition to Change. International Journal of Community Well Being. Springer Nature (Oct 2020) https://rdcu.be/b9GrF
From Individual wellbeing to collective welfare. New Humanitarian. Center for Humanitarian Leadership. Deakin University (Nov 2020) https://rb.gy/xsuauh