Following a successful debut, DangerousTech Berlin is back with another event, this time focusing on the power of data for social impact storytelling. The evening is kindly co-hosted by CODE, a private university of applied sciences for the digital pioneers of tomorrow.
As the digital transformation creates an unprecedented and ever-growing amount of data, storytellers from all walks of life have access to a valuable new resource. Data-driven stories can shed new light on an endless array of issues, from uncovering corruption and advocating for transparency, to shifting cultural perspectives on key issues, to highlighting challenges and finding innovative solutions.
So how can we turn the raw material into something meaningful, accessible and compelling? A diverse lineup of data-driven storytellers share how they’re using digital information to change the narrative, change the game and change the world.
7 – 7:30 pm – Arrival and Welcome
7:30 – 8:45 pm – Part One: The Speakers
Sebastian is lead data scientist at the Technologiestiftung Berlin, cofounder of VISLAB.io, the data-vis tool Svift and the Maptime Meetup Berlin. He teaches Data-driven Design at Potsdam University of Applied Sciences.
Marie is a data journalist and heads Funke Interaktiv. The team of journalists, designers and developers regularly publish applications, graphics, maps and storytelling formats. She is cofounder of Journocode, with which she and her colleagues pass on skills, knowledge and enthusiasm for data journalism.
8:45 – 9:15 pm – Break: Beers & Mingling
9:15 – 9:35 pm – Part Two: The Discussion
Following the presentations and Q&A sessions, we will take a break before reconvening and switching to a conversational format, where audience members can share their views and discuss the skills they would like to acquire – or share – to be able to better work with data.
9:35 – 10 pm – Part Three: Pitches & Feedback
Take to the floor and pitch your idea, solicit feedback or call for collaborators. Each person has 2 minutes, followed by a quick, moderated conversation with the crowd. To present your pitch or idea, please register in advance at email@example.com