Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called for greater use of the latest real-time data tools and new technologies to facilitate agile global development.

Yesterday, PSFK was invited to hear a discussion held at the United Nations building where members of the Global Pulse innovation lab discussed how they were using real-time data to identify change and therefore help identify how the UN might be able to react to crisis far quicker than they had in the past. It was a proud moment for PSFK as the printed version of the Future of Real-Time Information report the UN team commissioned us to produce was distributed amongst the audience of ambassadors and policy makers.

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