RafikChala

RiadhRobbana

ThomasBUSUTTIL

L'innovation durable, levier pour un nouvel humanisme?
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    "Il y a plus de gens aujourd'hui qui meurent de surpoids, donc de suralimentation, que de sous alimentation. (...) Et nous allons droit dans le mur. Mais il y a des raisons d’espérer."

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GillesBRUNEAUX

Comment sélectionner des projets de recherche les plus impactants pour la société?
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    WikiTalk given at WikiStage SoScience, 2015
    www.wikistage.org

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DaphnéCARTHY

Comment lier la responsabilité avec performance dans l'innovation?
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    www.wikistage.org

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GaiaDempsey

Knowledge Transfer: The Promise of Augmented Reality
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    2015 Future of StoryTelling Summit Speaker: Gaia Dempsey
    Managing Director, DAQRI International
    Apply to attend: fost.org
    We understand our world through stories. That layer of narrative locks in our experiences, teaching us to remember what we’ve observed. Gaia Dempsey, through her work at DAQRI, has learned that augmented reality doesn’t change that—it just emphasizes it. By applying digital information over the real world, augmented reality allows us to break up what we see into new spaces and interact with them in a new way. Imagine looking at a toolbox and seeing a floating explanation of every tool inside it; or a complex panel of controls overlaid with instructions for exactly how to interact with it, step by step. It’s an incredible new way to learn, to communicate, and to engage. Dempsey will discuss how augmented reality is developing and where it’s heading at this year’s FoST.

MargaretAtwood

A State of Wonder: How Technology Shapes Story
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    2015 Future of StoryTelling Summit Speaker: Margaret Atwood,
    Author, The Handmaid’s Tale, Oryx and Crake, MaddAddam
    Apply to attend: fost.org

    As a critic, activist, and award-winning author of speculative fiction, Margaret Atwood has always been looking ahead. In her glances toward the future, she’s often searching for how technology influences content. The digital transition has already run through an entire era of online evolution, fossilizing a first round of experiments that failed to catch on. But serial stories, online collaborations, and sites like Wattpad, which connects tens of millions of new authors, are leading the way in a new wave of innovation. We’ve always told stories—it’s part of our humanity—but how those stories are created and shared is changing all the time, and Atwood’s looking to share her excitement about it at this year’s FoST.

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