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Iskander Smit - Issue #67

Looking back on the first month of 2018, these are some of the activities: - ThingsCon planning for 2
Iskander Smit - Issue #67
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Looking back on the first month of 2018, these are some of the activities:
- ThingsCon planning for 2018; promises to become a interesting year with changes and things that stay the same. We have new Salons planned but not specific dates, so keep on track via
- Ashlee is mainly coordinating our research projects in LABS and does a great job. New developments in Co-ReUS, EyeBeacon and the delivery of the ‘Mobile Development’ students and 'Research in Environment Technologie’s student teams in this first month.
- I will be more and more involved in the research program Things As Citizens at TU Delft. Louise is doing great work in her master research and the minor Interactive Environments delivered five interested projects on the Living Urban Office. I spoke at a special symposium at AMS institute.
- The coming months a second master graduation Sen project will start and Maria starts as post doc researcher. And more to announce soon!
And more…

...things happened in January
Prototype Exhibition: The Living Urban Office | AMS Institute
BNA Onderzoek | Stad van de toekomst
The future of mobility |
Open & Agile Smart CitiesOASC | Connected Smart Cities Conference 2018
Next Generation Internet
Teaching a new dog old tricks – Alasdair Allan
Hackathon #7  - VPRO Medialab
...things planned
BDAMS #16: Special Celebration Edition
Interesting reads of last month
The Autonomy Ecosystem
The Internet of Things' Dangerous Future
The UX of AI
The Follower Factory
Artificial intelligence is going to supercharge surveillance
The era of the cloud’s total dominance is drawing to a close - Life on the edge
Disruption: A Manifesto
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Iskander Smit

I am working @Infonl as innovation director and leading @LABSinfonl, also blogger @targetisnew, co-organising @ThingsConAMS & Behavior Design AMS meetup #bdams
Visiting professor TU Delft Industrial Design Engineering (Connected Everyday Lab) @pact_tudelft

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