I’m excited to be giving the Keynote address at the Social Media and Response Management Interface Event (SMARMIE 2013) in New York this morning. A big thank you to the principal driver behind this important event, Chuck Frank, for kindly inviting me to speak. This is my first major keynote since joining QCRI, so I’m thrilled to share what I’ve learned during this time and my vision for the future of humanitarian technology. But I’m even more excited by the selection of speakers and caliber of participants. I’m eager to learn about their latest projects, gain new insights and hopefully create pro-active partnerships moving forward.
You can follow this event via live stream and @smarmieNYC & #smarmie). I plan to live tweeting the event at @patrickmeier. My slides are available for download here (125MB). Each slide include speaking notes, which may be of interest to folks who are unable to follow via live stream. Feel free to use my slides but strictly for non-commercial purposes and only with direct attribution. I’ll be sure to post the video of my talk on iRevolution when it becomes available. In the meantime, these videos and publications may be of interest. Also, I’ve curated the table of contents below with 60+ links to every project and/or concept referred to in my keynote and slides (in chronological order) so participants and others can revisit these after the conference—and more importantly keep our conver-sations going via Twitter and the comments section of the blog posts. I plan to hire a Research Assistant in the near future to turn these (and other posts) into a series of up-to-date e-books in which I’ll cite and fully credit the most interesting and insightful comments posted on iRevolution.
Social Media Pulse of Planet
Big Crisis Data and Added Value
Standby Task Force (SBTF)
Libya Crisis Map
Philippines Crisis Map
Human Computation for Disaster Response (submitted for publication)
Syria Crisis Map
Hybrid Systems for Disaster Response
Credibility of Social Media: Compare to What?
Human Computed Crediblity
Verily: Crowdsourced Verification
AI Computed Credibility
Future of Humanitarian Tech
ps. Please let me know if you find any broken links so I can fix them, thank you!