Brussels / 1 & 2 February 2020

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United Nations Technology and Innovation Labs

Open Source isn't just eating the world, it's changing it


Amanda is the chair of the United Nations Technology and Innovation Labs' Open source and IP Advisory Board and will give an overview of the work being done by the labs and take the audience through a couple of case studies using data and blockchain for good in an open way.

Amanda will explain the goals and workings of the UNTIL Open Source Advisory Board and the opportunities for further community engagement with the labs, allowing a wider open community to be built supporting the labs through contributions and mentoring and the potential opportunities for Fellowship placings within the labs. She will also look at the first projects working in the labs, with the Advisory and the open data and blockchain models that they have applied to these, using case studies.

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