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ThingsCon is a global community that explores how we can make connected technologies responsibly: How can we make sure that things like the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart cities work for everyone? In this podcast we talk to experts from our community. Season 1 features interviews with the contributors to our annual publication, the State of Responsible IoT (or RIOT Report for short). Enjoy!
 
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About Dries and Iskander Dries De Roeck has a background in industrial design and has been switching between the academic research and design practitioner hats ever since. He is a designer and researcher, with a strong interest in how technology impacts the day to day life of people. Iskander Smit is innovation director at agency INFO in Amsterdam,…
 
About Maximilian and Philipp Maximilian Brandl is an interactive media designer and freelance design/creative technologist. Inspired by Clarke’s third law, he loves to shape the future by designing and building magical interactions and prototypes for intelligent products and spaces. Philipp Kaltofen is an interactive media designer and creative tec…
 
How to design meaningful voice interactions? With Felipe Pierantoni. As his thesis project, Felipe developed a toolkit with 45 practical guidelines to support designers in creating voice experiences that foster well-being. About Felipe Felipe Pierantoni is a product designer with 7 years of experience in large scale projects and a Master’s in Desig…
 
Simon Höher heads the Hybrid City Lab, and also co-founded ThingsCon. In this episode, we discussed what systems design can learn from this year of global crisis. About Simon Höher Simon Höher heads the Hybrid City Lab, the urban & public design unit of Berlin-based innovation firm zero360. Since 2014 he also co-chairs ThingsCon, one of Europe’s l…
 
At Futurium, Gabriele Zipf and Antja Karoli help visitors engage with building blocks of various potential futures. In our conversation they share how this works in practice and how this helps explore desirable futures. About our guests Gabriele Zipf is the Head of Exhibitions at Futurium, Berlin. She has studied prehistory and anthropology in Muni…
 
Together with Adrian Gradinar, Michael Stead and Paul Coulton of Imagination Lancaster contributed a piece titled "Must All Things Pass? Designing for the Afterlife of (Internet of) Things” to ThingsCon's RIOT Report 2020. In a speculative design scenario they describe how AI-supported things will be able to enforce their own right to repair in the…
 
About Alexandra: Alexandra is an author, consultant, public speaker, entrepreneur and designer living in London. She wrote ‘Smarter Homes: how technology will change your home life’ (Apress, 2018) and her new book ‘Creating a Culture of Innovation’ is out later this year. She is the founder of the Low Carbon Design Institute, a residency for creati…
 
S01E02: Our guest today is Elise Marcus. In our conversation, Elise tells us how and why we might move from circular design, which aims at having a neutral impact on the environment, towards regenerative design that focuses on leaving the environment in a better state than before the product. About Elise: Elise is the founder of the Studio of Earth…
 
S01E01: Our guest today is Michelle Thorne, senior program manager at Mozilla Foundation, co-publisher of Branch, an online magazine about the sustainable internet, and a ThingsCon Fellow. The internet as it is today is a massive contributor to environmental issues: All the energy that powers servers, connections, and our computers — the whole netw…
 
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