06/10/2018

WHAT ABOUT: The future by Joan Subirats

‘We must to take advantage of the full potential of technological change from the point of view of democratization and to reduce inequalities’.

Political scientist and expert on topics such as citizenship and governance, public management and public policy analysis and also on issues such as social inclusion and exclusion, city and public space, civil society and democratic innovation projects. He was the director since its founding in 2009 of the Institute of Government and Public Policy at UAB. Author of several books, studies and academic articles on these topics, is a regular contributor in the media as El País or eldiario.es. Besides his work as an academic, teacher and writer, Joan Subirats is an active member in democratic innovation projects and participation in civil society. The most recent and vivid, Guanyem Barcelona, a citizen platform that reacts to the political, financial and governance current reality to a process of collective construction of the city at all levels, which is one of its three main speakers along with Ada Colau and Jaume Asens. A strong initiative, a project of reappropriation of the city and politics by the citizens.

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Co-autor del libro 'No somos hormigas', publica regularmente en la revista Yorokubu y es miembro activo de Open Knowledge Foundation, Ouishare, The School of Commons y MLove.'Life, and not only human life, will be the protagonist of the future'. Founder of Ideas for Change, a strategic think-tank for clients such as Telefónica, Open University of Catalonia, the Bask Goverment or the City Council of Barcelona, Javier is considered to be one of the primary strategists and thought leaders in collaborative economy, open and P2P business models, citizen innovation and the networked society in Spain. He has been a freelance strategic planner for many of the most creative agencies in Spain, co founder of Digital Mood incubator and @kubik multidisciplinary space, and services marketing professor at ESADE. Co-author of 'No somos hormigas' (We are not ants), publishes regularily at Yorokobu magazine and is an active member of the Open Knowledge Foundation, Ouishare, The School of Commons and MLove." 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Doctor en sociología, está especializado en etnografía urbana. Con más de 15 años de experiencia en investigación cualitativa tanto en Nueva York como internacionalmente, es autor y coautor de de numerosos artículos y estudios. Su tesis doctoral consistió en un estudio comparativo titulado 'Sobreviviendo a la educación secundaria: explorando el impacto de la violencia y el crimen en la experiencia académica de inmigrantes y americanos'. En el Vera Institute of Justice, con el doctor Mercer Sullivan como mentor y una beca de Instituto Nacional de Justicia de Estados Unidos, investigó sobre la relación de las razas con la violencia adolescente, las bandas y la inmigración. En colaboración con el el criminólogo Rob Davis exploró la relación entre la policía y la comunidad y sus efectos en las denuncias civiles. En 2000 entró en el NDRI —National Disease Research Interchange— como investigador asociado en dos proyectos del NIH —National Institutes of Health— liderados por el Dr Samuel R. Friedman: 'Redes, normas y riesgo de SIDA en la juventud' y 'Factores sociales y riesgo de SIDA'. Ambos proyectos exploran las relaciones entre adictos, distribuidores, policía y otros actores de la comunidad, y cómo estas afectan a los resultados sobre salud y crimen. También ha sido investigador en un proyecto del NIDA —National Institute on Drug Abuse— cuyo objetivo es ayudar a los adictos a establecer estrategias para mantenerse alejados del SIDA y la hepatitis C; el proyecto contó además con una red de colaboradores en Londres, Sydney, Valencia y Vancouver. Actualmente, Pedro es investigador principal en un proyecto del NIDA que analiza el riesgo de SIDA y hepatitis C asociado al uso sin prescripción médica de opioides.'The future is a return to feudalism'. PhD in sociology, specialized in urban ethnography. With over 15 years experience in qualitative research both in New York City and internationally, he is first author and co-author of numerous peer reviewed publications and reports. His doctoral dissertation was a comparative study titled 'Street ethos: surviving High School that explored the impact of violence and crime on the academic experience of immigrants and American-born students'. At the Vera Institute of Justice, mentored by Dr Mercer Sullivan, he was the principal investigator of a National Institute of Justice grant that focused on race theory as it relates to adolescent violence, gangs and immigration. In collaboration with criminologist Rob Davis he explored the relationship between police and the community and its effect on civilian complaints. In 2000, he joined NDRI —National Disease Research Interchange— as a principal research associate for two NIH —National Institutes of Health— projects led by Samuel R. Friedman, PhD: 'Networks, norms and HIV risk among youth' and 'Social factors and HIV risk'. Both projects explored interactions among drug users, dealers, police and other community actors and how they relate to various health and crime outcomes. He was also principal investigator on a NIDA —National Institute on Drug Abuse— developmental project aimed at training injector drug users in strategies to avoid HIV and HCV infections, 'Staying safe: training IDUs in strategies to avoid HIV and HCV'. A consortium of researchers in London, Sydney, Valencia, and Vancouver collaborated in parallel 'Staying safe' studies. He is currently principal investigator on an NIDA funded R01 that explores HIV, HCV and STI risk associated with nonmedical use of prescription opioids." 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Empresario, político y doctor en ingeniería industrial por la Universidad Politécnica de Catalunya, ha sido alcalde de Mataró, ministro de Industria y Energía, miembro del comité organizador de los Juegos Olímpicos de Barcelona y director general de la Corporación Catalana de Radio y Televisión. Su actual labor está muy vinculada a la política de telecomunicaciones, investigación y ciencia de la Unión Europea: es consejero asesor de la comisión europea de telecomunicaciones informáticas, presidente del Information Society Forum de Bruselas, del European Institute for Media de Düsseldorf y del comité de expertos que evaluó la política científica y tecnológica europea por encargo del parlamento europeo.'Individualism as a standard of behavior will need to be corrected'. Businessman, politician and PhD in industrial engineering from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, he has been Mayor of Mataro, Minister of Industry and Energy, member of the organizing committee of the Olympic Games in Barcelona and CEO of the Catalan Corporation of Radio and Television. His current work is closely related to telecommunications policy, research and science of the European Union: he is board advisor to the European Commission of computer telecommunications, president of the Information Society Forum in Brussels, the European Institute for Media in Düsseldorf and committee experts who evaluated the European scientific and technological policy on behalf of the European Parliament. 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Montxo Algora estudió en la School of Visual Arts de Nueva York. En los años 80 trabajó en Digital Productions, una de las compañías pioneras del 3D en Los Angeles. En 1990 fundó ArtFutura, uno de los festivales de cultura y creatividad digital más importantes, y ha dirigido sus 22 ediciones entre Barcelona, Madrid, Sevilla, Buenos Aires y Rio de Janeiro. El festival presenta todos los años artistas y creadores de la talla de David Byrne, Theo Jansen, Moebius, Laurie Anderson, Improv Everywhere, Tohio Iwai, Brian Eno o Sachiko Kodama, por citar sólo algunos. En 1992 dirigió ‘Memory Palace’, un espectáculo con texto original de William Gibson y música de Peter Gabriel. Y en 2008 comisarió la exposición 'Máquinas & Almas' para el Museo Reina Sofía de Madrid, la exposición de arte digital más visitada en España hasta la fecha, con más de 450.000 personas.'The power of machines is going to be so tremendous that we better start thinking what we are going to do with them'. Montxo Algora studied at School of Architecture of Madrid and at the School of Visual Arts of New York. As the director of Arte Digital Productions, he has worked with software and graphic companies in Los Angeles. In 1988, he presented in Barcelona his outreach program 'Fire Birds' with music by La Fura dels Baus. In 1990 he founded Art Futura and has both directed and co-directed its 22 editions in Barcelona and Madrid, showing works by Laurie Anderson, Stelarc, Yoichiro Kawaguchi, Brian Eno, Karl Sims, William Gibson, Survival Research Laboratories, Moebius, Zbigniew Rybczynski, Future Sound of London, Sherry Turkle, among others. In 1992, he directed 'Memory Place', a show based on the performance of an original text by William Gibson with images by Karl Sims, Rebecca Allen, Mark Pellington and music by Peter Gabriel and others." 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