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Institute Technology & Equity: Institutional Presentation

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Institutional Presentation of recently founded Institute Technology & Equity.

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Institute Technology & Equity: Institutional Presentation

  1. 1. Outubro 2017 • Confidencial
  2. 2. Achieve equity with the ethical use of technology OUR MISSION
  3. 3. Our research and projects inspire hundreds of public policies and private initiatives that can positively impact the lives of millions of people, specially the most vulnerable. OUR VISION
  4. 4. Put human being
 at the center of
 problem solving design Advocacy for precautionary
 principle1 as the
 base of innovation Promote Equity and Inclusion by default at our activities Defend the regeneration of the ecosystems
 we all depend on Simplify complexity
 to achieve systemic
 positive impact Build and innovate on existing knowledge CORE VALUES 1 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Precautionary_principle
  5. 5. OUR MANIFESTO TO THE WORLD Technological progress is not a
 force of nature, however, it reflects economic and social decisions. Choices of companies, individuals
 and Governments can influence the direction technology takes and, consequently, the income distribution. From the book: Inequality: what can be done? — Anthony B. Atkinson
  6. 6. OUR MANIFESTO TO THE WORLD We believe that the social, economic, cultural and political inequity among people in the world, in its present dimension, although historically common, is ethically and morally unacceptable, and a severe danger to the future of mankind, for a sustainable development and a happier society Equity means first and foremost a sense of justice, fairness and respect for equal opportunities and rights. We consider that many of the current technological advances have simultaneously utopian and dystopian potential, therefore demand intense research on the progressive and regressive effects of them on economics, sustainable development and democracy. We don't believe in techno-solutionism for all our problems or the somehow apocalyptic vision of technological singularity2. 2 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technological_singularity
  7. 7. We are cautiously optimistic that the technological revolution will create mechanisms to promote the common good and increase the quality of life for every human being. We consider now as a critical moment to encourage principles, values and actions in that direction. We advocate a voluntary and broad debate on principles, ethics and practices in the development and accountability of exponential and disruptive technological innovations. We understand that the major challenges of humanity operate in open complex systems, thus shaped by interconnected, non-linear, self-organized actions and relationships with multiple causes and effects. We consider that solutions must be dynamically adapted to the context, therefore, of "best fit" type and not "best practice". We want to take advantage of the devices of the digital revolution in order to contribute to the reduction of inequalities, to the regeneration of the ecosystems on which we all depend and to the promotion of the ethical values that define us as human beings. OUR MANIFESTO TO THE WORLD
  8. 8. Research trend reports, white papers etc. Experimental
 Projects Consulting &
 advisory services Strategic communication
 of cause INITIAL LIST OF SERVICES DIFFERENTIALS — Focus on systemic solutions to digital revolution’s challenges and opportunities for sustainable development, democracy, inclusion and equity; — Use of strategic communication as catalyst for positive debate including strong narrative component (storytelling); — Multidisciplinary team with funding and projects' implementation expertise; — Knowledge in various areas of digital, information and communication technologies; — Wide network of researchers, implementers, funders and digital technology developers; — Use of methodologies based on complex systems design.
  9. 9. BOARD OF DIRECTORS ARIEL KOGAN Executive Director of Open Knowledge Brazil. Coordinator of “Voto Legal”. Director of Tikun Foundation (Argentina). Partner of the company Sinapsis. AppCivico Consultant. Member of the Boards of: Minha Sampa, Rede São São Paulo, ICLEI Latin America, Gender and Number initiative and Muove Brazil company. MÁRCIO VASCONCELOS 10 years in the philanthropic sector. At Avina Foundation (8 years) he was manager of Technology for Social Change area, Coordinator of Latin American Civic Innovation Fund (US$ 2.3 million and 20 projects). At Porticus (2 years) coordinated as consultant the pilot "Democracy, Citizen Empowerment and Technology in Latin America" (US$ 2 million and 24 projects). THIAGO RONDON An entrepreneur who works to transform business and political organizations through the use of technology. He is currently CEO at EOKOE, which supports organizations in exploring new markets using cutting edge technology and in APPCÍVICO that works with politicians, governments and civil society for tech-based positive impacts.
  10. 10. CONSULTING BOARD ÁLVARO TEÓFILO He has worked in the Brazilian financial market in the last 20 years in leading positions of Cyber Security and Fraud Prevention. Acted as Business Information Security Officer of Citigroup Brasil, CSO of Caixa Seguradora and Grupo Santander and Superintendent of Security and Fraud in Banco Original. He is currently Director of Digital Identity Solutions at Tempest Security Intelligence, one of the references in cyber security in Brazil. He studied Innovation at Harvard Business School and graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in the Global Leadership course at Cyber Security. ANA GUERRINI Master in Latin American Studies at the University of Oxford and PhD in Information and Knowledge Society at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Experienced in urban planning and democratic and effective public policies management, using participatory processes, transparency and technology and data. Today she is Head of Public Policy and Research at 99 and works with governmental organizations, civil society and academia in initiatives to transform urban mobility.
  11. 11. FERNANDA CAMPAGNUCCI She is a journalist and master in education from the University of São Paulo (USP). She is an analyst of public policies and governmental management at São Paulo City Hall, with projects on transparency, public integrity and civic technologies since 2013. She coordinates "Pátio Digital", an open government initiative of the Municipal Department of Education. She is an Open Government Fellow of the Organization of American States and a member of Open Data Institute’s Open Data Leaders Network. Enthusiast of free and open source technologies and diversity in the world of technology. CONSULTING BOARD CLAUDIA PIRES Postgraduate in Marketing at Berkeley, with an MBA in Business and another in Sustainable Management. 20-year experience developed in the Marketing, Business Management and Sustainability areas of well-known multinationals such as PepsiCo, Quaker, Dana and Basf. Made special projects to Santander Bank, Grupo Pão de Açucar, Natura, Nestlé, Heineken and Brasil Kirin. Founded so+ma in January 2015. In 2017 was recognized as the professional who best represented ODS 12 (responsible consumption and production) of the UN agenda for 2030 with the Abraps Award and “Virada Sustentável.
  12. 12. RICARDO ABRAMOVAY Ricardo Abramovay is a Senior Professor in the Environmental Science Program at IEE/USP. He joined the Department of Economics at FEA/USP in 1983, where he was a Full Professor since 2001. He is the author of "Paradigms of Agrarian Capitalism in Question" (ANPOCS Prize), Far Beyond the Green Economy and co-author of Zero Garbage - Management of Solid Waste for a more Prosperous Society (Sustainable Planet), among other books. He is currently working on the relationship between sustainable development and the digital revolution. CONSULTING BOARD GABRIELA AGUSTINI Founder and Executive Director of Olabi (makerspace of experimentation in electronics, robotics, design, 3D printing) that helps institutions to design programs linked to the democratization of innovation tools. Professor of culture and technology at Candido Mendes University, curator of Colaboramerica event, board member of Global Innovation Gathering. Co-organizer of book collection "De Baixo para Cima" on digital culture and society transformation. She was UNESCO consultant in the area of innovation and creativity. She has recently traveled through more than 20 countries of the 5 continents working on projects and speaking on events related to the universe of innovation, technology and entrepreneurship.
  13. 13. SANTIAGO SIRI Founder of Democracy Earth Foundation (non-profit dedicated to build incorruptible digital civic tools) backed by leading seed venture Y Combinator. Founder of Partido de la Red (the first digital political party to run for elections). Partner of Bitex.la, a leading bitcoin fintech company in Latin America. Published 'Hacktivismo' in 2015 with Random House. Co-founded Argentine Game Developers Association. World Economic Forum member. In 2007 founded Popego, a pioneer big data lab bought by boo-box (Brasil) in 2011. Was a founder member of Three Melons (bought by Disney). Contributed in radio and TV. CONSULTING BOARD RODRIGO LEÃO Founding partner of Casa Darwin communication agency and Professor of Marketing MBAs, International Executive and International MBA of FIA (Fundação Instituto de Administração). He made his advertising career with clients such as Itaú, Bombril, Sadia, Folha de S. Paulo, Grendene, Melissa and Banco Safra, among others. He also worked as a journalist and columnist for Folha de S. Paulo, Metro, Meio & Mensagem, Capricho, Trip, Bizz Magazine and Pais & Filhos. He is composer of themes of soap operas and music of successes with the band Skank and the "Clube do Balanço". As a writer, he received the São Paulo State Government Incentive Prize for the short film "O Cavalo". He is a member of the Council of the Cultural Shock Institute of Art and Education.
  14. 14. ARIEL KOGAN ariel@tecnologiaequidade.org.br +55 11 98155-9703 MÁRCIO VASCONCELOS marcio@tecnologiaequidade.org.br +55 41 99876-1115 THIAGO RONDON thiago@tecnologiaequidade.org.br +55 11 98332-9923

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