If you want to understand how social scientists’ study human behaviour, how industry innovates or want to know more about how they can successfully work together and enhance each other, then you have come to the right place!
Join our hosts as they engage with anthropologists, other researchers and industry specialists from all over the world. The discussions will be about their specific work in understanding people and how they apply that understanding to advance industry, scholarship and/or larger societal goals.
Whether you are a professional working in business and/or academia, still doing your studies or just simply interested in this topic, thank you for being here, and we hope you enjoy it!
Annemiek van Boeijen: Good Design comes from acknowledging Diversity in all its facets
Today we are talking to Annemiek about her experience with multidisciplinary. How did it happen that a designer with an engineering background started weaving anthropological perspectives into her approach to design?
Mary L. Gray: Senior Principle Researcher at Microsoft Research: The role of a knowledge translator through anthropological perspectives
We are delighted to be talking to Mary today! Her impressive career path at the intersection of business and academia shows that it is possible to develop both as a scholar and a practitioner of anthropology.
Lisa Talia Moretti: Digital Sociologist - Anthropology+Technology Conference 2020, Smart Cities Stream
We are excited to have Lisa with us today talking about ethics & technology. As a digital sociologist she researches the intersection between computer, theory & social life as she approaches technology as a social system in itself rather than a product inside a system.
Rachel O’Dwyer and Erin B. Taylor: On Art & Money, Surveillance Capitalism and the Ideal Research Centre
In today’s episode Erin and Corina talk to Rachel, a speaker at the Anthropology + Technology 2020 conference taking place on October 9th online. As the host of the fintech stream, Erin takes us through the setup and gives us some hints on what to expect.
Nani Jansen Reventlow: Human Rights Lawyer & Keynote Speaker Anthropology + Technology Conference 2020
We are delighted to be talking to Nani about digitalization, individual rights and freedoms and ways to sustain a just and inclusive society.
Rasmus Thomsen: Partner and Design Director of IS IT A BIRD & speaker at Anthropology+Technology Conference 2020, Smart Cities stream
Today we talk to Rasmus about his mission of bridging the gap between technology builders, and the problem spaces technology can play a role in solving. This process – believes Rasmus - entails curiosity, creativity and multidisciplinary.
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Corina, Angel, and their incredibly knowledgeable guests take the already fascinating study of human beings and bring it to life through engaging and intellectual conversations designed to not only educate, but make you think harder about the world we live in and the role we play in it. Thanks so much for putting out such a superb show ladies - keep up the great work!
Accidentally stumbled across this podcast and so happy I did. Fascinating stuff and I can’t wait for more!!! Keep up the great work 🙌