This year's theme: WHAT IF?
Our world is incredibly complex thanks to the processing of information done by the atoms, organisms, ecosystems and societies that preceded us. It is our duty to preserve and enrich that complexity. We’re at a unique moment in time, where the encoding of information into bits is allowing us to abstract our reality into software, making its transformation easier than ever before and placing our information society at the center of this process.
At InfoCamp 2019, by asking “What if?”, we’ll engage in a creative dialogue with technologists, academics, students and policy-makers to explore the opportunities and challenges that our information society faces.
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WHAT IS INFOCAMP?
InfoCamp, in its 10th year, is the premier student-run conference for the information community. Held on the UC Berkeley campus at the School of Information, InfoCamp is a day-long event that aims to educate, inform, and inspire new ways of thinking about information through panels, talks, and innovation challenges. The event is targeted to anyone interested in information, and typically draws professionals, students, and entrepreneurs who work in roles in data science, UX design, product management, software engineering, and policy.
Stay tuned for updates about the schedule and tickets!