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Summer is finally fast approaching. Join us at these top events in the NYC area this June: June 3 Civic Imagination: Designing and Building a Better Future Join Boston Civic Media’s third annual conference for a day of inspiring keynotes, presentations and networking with peers and community leaders around igniting civic creativity. Dive into topics […]
We’re almost halfway through with 2017 — let’s celebrate May with a jam-packed schedule of events: Every Thursday in May How to document apartment repair issues using justfix.nyc. JustFix.nyc is a free website you can use to document the repair issues in your apartment. Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer’s Northern Manhattan Office will host a […]
Data & Society Research Institute is pleased to welcome Whitney Phillips and Ryan M. Milner as they share excerpts and discuss their new release, The Ambivalent Internet: Mischief, Oddity, and Antagonism Online (Polity Press, April 2017).
Join Chris Mondini of ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, to hear how multistakeholder participation helped globalize the Internet and learn what is on the horizon – for Internet addresses, technical coordination, and throny geopolitical issues.
Happy Women’s History Month! The civic highlight of the month is the NYC School of Data, kicking off March 4 and continuing for a week (Sold Out). Join for a week of celebrations of the 5-year anniversary of the NYC Open Data Law. Open Data enables and empowers New Yorkers like you to better understand how your […]
Happy 2017! It’s time to shrug off the holiday lethargy and kickstart the new year the only way we know how: with the best events in civic tech NYC has to offer. Here are our top picks for January 2017: January 5 Brooklyn Innovation Awards Get ready for the Brooklyn Innovation Awards 2016! It’s our […]
The summer, the city, and all the civic tech your heart could desire. Here are some of the top events in the tech sector this month in NYC: July 7 The Social and Economic Implications of Artificial Intelligence Technologies in the Near-Term The White House and New York University’s Information Law Institute, with support from […]