- June 17, 2019
- CONFERENCES, Events
- Alliander, anthropology, applied anthropology, Atrij ZRC SAZU, Comtrade, design, emerging technologies, energy transition, Erasmus+, future mobility, future technologies, industry, IRI UL, Knowledge Alliances, Marko Javornik, Monash University, PEOPLE, PEOPLE project symposium, people-centred approaches, Peter Pos, Sarah Pink, social sciences, Voyego, ZRC SAZU
PEOPLE project symposium Forget about users – start thinking about people! Social sciences, humanities and industry co-creating technologies and services for the future Thursday, 4 July 2019, 12:30 pm – 4 pm Atrij ZRC SAZU, Novi trg 2, 1000 Ljubljana Human-centred design, people-centred development, UX, AI and ethics, autonomous vehicle...
- June 11, 2019
- Events, LEARNING CYCLES
- 2nd PEOPLE Co-Creation Camp, anthropology, design, Erasmus+, event, Ljubljana, PEOPLE project, people-centred, Sarah Pink, workshops
Four PEOPLE project teams of social science students, their academic and industry mentors from Slovenia, the UK, the Netherlands, and Czechia, are getting ready for the closing event of this year’s Learning Cycle. After they had been tirelessly working on their case studies, they will finally meet for the 2nd PEOPLE Co-Creation Camp in Ljublj...
The PEOPLE project was recently part of the Digital Design Ethnography: Technologies, People and Futures event in Melbourne. The event was organised by the Emerging Technologies Lab at Monash University, which investigates an emerging technological environment where automation, artificial intelligence, data and the questions of ethics, responsibili...
- August 24, 2018
- Ajda Pretnar, anthropology, automated buildings, Dan Podjed, data, EASA conference, emerging technologies, ethnography, European Association of Social Anthropologists, PEOPLE project, sensors
The PEOPLE project and the Slovenian case study findings were presented at the 15th EASA conference (European Association of Social Anthropologists). The paper Making Sense of Sensors: Combining Ethnography with Data Mining to Understand and Improve Smart Buildings was co-authored by PEOPLE team member, Dan Podjed (ZRC SAZU) and PEOPLE Learning Cy...