How might we shape possible future livelihoods in the age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution?
Livelihoods are under threat globally for millions of people due to factors spanning globalization, climate change, marine pollution, automation, and more. To thrive in this uncertain future, humans and their livelihoods will need to be adaptable to changing dynamics while maintaining a sense of agency and purpose. However, designing for people in this future isn't enough, we need to design with them. In this class we will explore the case study of “future possible fisheries livelihoods” and take a participatory design approach by designing together with fishers and fisheries workers.
World Economic Forum Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Mary-Kate Morley Ryan
Senior Manager in Talent + Organization, Accenture
Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions
World Economic Forum Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Presidio (San Francisco)
Wednesday, May 8, 4-7:30p
Wednesday May 15, 4-7:30p
Apply by Friday, March 8, 11:59p.
Applications are closed.
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