The Director of the United Nations Global Pulse Initiative will discuss how a more open web and targeted data mining, is the only way to solve our current global crises.
On March 30, 2012, we will be hosting our sixth annual PSFK CONFERENCE NYC celebrating and sharing new ideas. Since 2007, the PSFK conference series has catered to creative professionals from around the world, exploring the latest trends, inspirations, and ideas. PSFK brings together the world’s leading creative thinkers with both established and emerging business leaders to bring to life the conversations that take place daily on PSFK.com. Click here to purchase tickets and find additional information about this year’s event.
At PSFK CONFERENCE NYC, Robert Kirkpatrick, the Director of the United Nation’s Global Pulse initiative, will talk about his innovative work. Kirkpatrick is an expert in mining social media, the open web and massive passive data to detect the early impacts of crises on vulnerable communities. His work has explored how to foster innovation in large organizations and ways that techno-social initiatives can enhance trust-building, information sharing, and decision making across boundaries.
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