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Social Innovation Talks: Living in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

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The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here and now. We are going through unprecedented disruption and it's impacting the way we live everyday:

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Transformative technologies like the internet of things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, to name a few.

How might we adapt to these massive changes? Join us as we talk about the possible implications of these innovations, and their potential to improve the quality of our lives.

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Gideon Catalan is an Industrial Designer and Solutions Architect at Accelerating Makers. He is a huge fan of using traditional and digital methods to turn ideas into real products. He believes that great ideas can come from anywhere, and digital fabrication technologies make it possible for anyone to design and create. He turned his 3D printing hobby into a passion for elevating makers everywhere to explore and prototype their dreams.

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Social Innovation Talks (formerly Engaged Talks) is now in its fifth year of creating conversations about innovation for social good. This free event is brought to you by the Benilde Hub of Innovation For Inclusion at the Peter D. Garrucho Jr. Innovations Institute and Accelerating Makers.

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Benilde Hub of Innovation For Inclusion or HiFi is the innovation incubator office of the De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde. We support innovations and the growth of innovators from within Benilde and even beyond. We bring into public consciousness the 5 Key Futures: 1) Futures of Work and Learning; 2) Futures of Health and Wellness; 3) Futures of Governance; 4) Futures of Food; 5) Futures of Cities and Communities

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