Nicolas Kayser-Bril on Crowdsourcing in our Webinar series "Innovation Tuesday"

Kursnummer: 120308
Our first guest Nicolas Kayser-Bril will share inputs on projects he managed, such a, a crowdsourced experiment to gather data about the price of water in France, featured in Vivek Kundra’s latest article and, as well as smaller ones such as the geolocation of CCTV cameras and the hand-typing of polling stations addresses.
Nicolas Kayser-Bril is a developer and a journalist. He is the CEO and co-founder of Journalism++, a start-up that brings journalists and developers together to rethink journalism. He was previously in charge of datajournalism at the Paris-based He pioneered new forms of journalism in France and in Europe and is one of the leading experts on datajournalism. He regularly speaks in international conferences, teaches journalism in French JSchools and gives training sessions in newsrooms.


Richard Gutjahr, Sree Sreenivasan and Ken Doctor have already agreed to give input in this series. Details will be announced soon. Participate and propose topics and speakers on:
– New concepts in journalism; public relations and marketing;
– The latest gadgets;
– Innovative online services.

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The “Innovation Tuesday” is a Webinar and a “Pay-What-You-Want” event. Each second Tuesday of every month at 1730 CET we will invite an expert or deal with a topic, chosen from your suggestions. This Webinar will provide you with insights from international experts in a 75 minutes lasting interactive webinar session. The presentations are being followed by discussions. A webinar is a live online seminar that connects all participants via audio, video and chat. Required are a fast computer and a stable broadband internet connection. The use of headsets and webcams is recommended. For this webinar the latest version of Adobe Connect will be used. If you miss a session you can watch a recording and pay as well as you like.

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March 13, 2012
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November 13, 2012
December 11, 2012



14.02.201217:30 - 18:45

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