Edge Tools in a Digital Age: New Tools, Methods and Questions for a Networked Age

, 5:00pm –
New York Public Library, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street

Please join the Social Science Research Council and the New York Public Library on Monday, May 2, for the third installment in a series that probes tools for an increasingly complex and connected world. Original thinkers John Seely Brown and Ann Pendleton-Jullian will contextualize a series of presentations exploring new methods for listening and understanding, including data mining, visualization, shifting identity frameworks, speculative design, and games. This conversation features game designer Elan Lee, Chris McNaboe of the Carter Center, Terry Young of Sparks and Honey, and former Navy SEAL Officer Coleman Ruiz.

RSVP to Kate Grantz at grantz@ssrc.org.

 

The Edge Tools in a Digital Age Series

Tuesday, March 8, 5:00 pm
From de Tocqueville's Volcano to Today's White Water World

Tuesday, April 5, 5:00 pm
Social Processes in a Radically Contingent World -- Interrogating  Social Context: Places, Spaces and Issues

Monday, May 2, 5:00 pm
New Tools, Methods and Questions for a Networked Age

This series has been designed by architect Ann Pendleton-Jullian and innovation orchestrator John Seely Brown, who guide the exploration through the lens of their new book Design Unbound.

Event Videos

Elan Lee, co-creator of Exploding Kittens

Chris McNaboe of the Carter Center

Coleman Ruiz of Immediate Response Technologies.

Terry Young of Sparks and Honey