Guest Speakers: Randall Harp & Julia Vallera More Data More Problems: On tracking, consent, and control of personally identifying information Julia Vallera is a data privacy advocate and former Outreach Manager for Mozilla Randall Harp is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at UVM whose research focuses on the philosophy of collective action and decision theory.
Generator, Burlington’s makerspace, launches the second series of Reckless Ideas, a speaker series featuring a diverse mix of Burlington’s top thinkers and innovators at the intersection of design and science.
"We are excited to be able to introduce our audience to some of the most intriguing, high-impact research and design being created right here in Burlington.” Said Chris Thompson, Generator Executive Director. “The Reckless Ideas lectures aim to inspire audiences from many backgrounds to come together, share big ideas, discuss and collaborate.”
Generator is a shared design and fabrication environment dedicated to supporting the creative, education and production needs of 300+ members. It offers universal access to studios, shared tool-sets, programming and a vibrant, solutions-oriented community in a 8500 square foot facility.
The UVM Complex Systems Center is a post-disciplinary team of faculty and students working at the University of Vermont on real-world, data-rich, and meaningful complex systems problems of all kinds.
The Champlain College MFA in Emergent Media provides a personal and rigorous experience for creative thinkers looking to build rewarding careers around media, technology and design.
Reckless Ideas is sponsored by the City of Burlington and UVM’s Complex Systems Center and Champlain College MFA in Emergent Media.