This is the first meetup in our brand new project: Hacking Carrots – a two year educational IT program based on Sustainable Development Goals. We will meet on 27th February to talk about Future-proof Education, the first challenge we’ll take up based on the 4th Goal: Quality Education.
You cannot miss it if you want to know:
– How to plan for the education of the future?
– How will new technologies, such as personalised education based on deep learning, change schools?
– What will future education look like when the boundary between the education and
professional life stages will cease to exist?
– How to demystify technologies and shape technological awareness?
What is Hacking Carrots?
Our goal is to:
– activate women in the area of advanced technologies like AI, VR or IoT.
– promote social entrepreneurship and motivate technological innovators to take up the
challenges of SDGs.
More information: Hacking Carrots website
Networking and prosecco
Małgosia is a President of Carrots Foundation. She co-founded a mobile health startup Yagram Health. In 2017 she was rewarded with a title Innovator under 35 by MIT Technology Review for the the mobile app dedicated to mums-to-be. She received his M.A. in Political Sciences from Warsaw University, she studied at Sciences Po Paris and received a French Government fellowship for her second Master at Université Panthéon-Sorbonne. Małgosia is a mother of two wonderful girls Zofia and Julia.
Business Development & Partnerships Manager in HubHub – international network of the co-working spaces.
As a product expert, mentor and trainer, Piotr plays a major role in the development of the polish startup scene.
Lawyer specialised in human rights and technology. Co-founder and
president of Panoptykon Foundation (Polish organisation defending human
rights in the context of surveillance) and vice-president of European
Digital Rights. Graduate of the University of Warsaw (Law) and the
School of Oriental and African Studies (Development Studies). In the
past – associate at international law firm Clifford Chance and member of
civic advisory boards for the Minister of Digital Affairs in Poland.
Stipendist and member of Ashoka – international network of social
Joined the Polish Microsoft team in 2010. As Education Lead, she implements the Microsoft policy in K-12 and higher education sectors. Responsible for developing and maintaining business relationships with the Polish Government within Education, handling communications and developing the company strategy. She has gained experience in managing multiple international and local educational programs (Partners in Learning, Microsoft in Education, Shape the Future, School in the Cloud, Szkoła Nowych Technologii as well as regional platforms) that focused on utilization of the newest IT solutions in a broadly-understood field of education.
Cecylia develops innovative IT projects and builds associations of innovative teachers and educators. She cooperates with public institutions at the central and regional level and with educational institutions to promote ICT application in teaching and managing education.
Digital projects coordinator at the College of Europe in Natolin. A graduate of politics and international relations, he now mostly spends his time on Hacker News, exploring new topics related to artificial intelligence, the sociology of technology, and higher education. As part of his current work, he takes part in several projects that aim to spread knowledge of digital technologies among political science, sociology, and law students