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The Impact & Future of Living in Bubbles (talk show)

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The Impact & Future of Living in Bubbles (talk show)

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Join 3310 - School for Millennials' Turn Me On Talk Show!

If internet exists of 1.2 million TB and if 65 billion Whatsapp messages are sent every day to family, friends, lost childhood lovers, you can say that technology has made us more connected to the world around us. With movements on preventing climate change and creating an inclusive society we seem more united nowadays. But are we really more connected to the world and each other?

As millennials we travel, we meet new cultures, stay in touch with new friends. But when we are at home in our individualistic society, what is your first response when someone unannounced comes ringing at your door while you just started your binge watch? Times have changed quickly in how we interact with each other and will change even more. What if pollution prevents you from flying to explore new environments, if technology makes us not having to go out to work or meet new people? Not getting out of our comfort zone, our bubble, prevents us from learning new things and might erode our empathy towards each other.

During this 2nd edition of 3310 - School for Millennials’ talk show Turn Me On, five different experts will share their knowledge about the impact and future of the different bubbles we currently live in. We start with a short introduction and pitch from each expert on the various bubbles, such as technology and ethnicity. Then we will proceed to a panel discussion and we will finish with a short deep dive in the various topics.

This evening will be hosted by Wing Yan Man, founder of 3310 - School for Millennials.

SCHEDULE

``19:30 - 20:00 - Walk in

20:00 - 20:10 - Introduction

20:10 - 21:00 - Interviews with all 5 experts

21:00 - 21:40 - Panel discussions

21:40 - 21:50 - Deep dive in groups

21:50 - 22:00 - Final tips from our experts and wrap up

SPEAKERS

Alessandro Bozzon - Professor in Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence @Delft University of Technology:

With his expertise in machine learning and human computation, he strives to improve well-being and foster inclusion by studying the cognitive and reasoning abilities of crowds and individuals. Together with his team he provides methods and tools for different contexts, such as Intelligent Cities and Health.

Djeevan Schiferli - Innovation & Digital Transformation Strategist @Royal HaskoningDHV:

After a successful career in the corporate business where he was leading innovation on water management (IBM) and in the energy market on renewable resources (RWE), he decided to make a big career switch. By joining a not listed company, he aims to create a better, more sustainable world with new technology.

Margarita Lourido - Doctor in Psychology & Top Coach @Switch! Intercultural & Personal Development:

Her PhD. Cum Laude in Clinical Psychology has brought her from Colombia to Europe and has formed her interest in helping people in intercultural environments. With her expertise in coaching and her own experience, she helps fellow international professionals in fulfilling their professional and personal potential in the Netherlands.

Margreet Van Der Vlies - Architect & Place Maker @Operatie Periscoop:

After several years working as an architect, she felt a disconnection with the design and the end user. With place making, based on innovative research methods, she creates new public spaces where the (future) end user is the center of the design. By using expertise from both architecture and social research, she is bridging the gap.

Sarita Bajnath - Inclusion Expert & Motivational Speaker @Socratisch.nl:

With her privilege trainings she helps organizations all over the world in creating a more inclusive and diverse (working) environment. Besides inspiring others as Ambassador of Peace in Amsterdam and her contribution to the documentary ‘Wit is ook een kleur’, her ultimate goal is to build bridges from humanisation and realism.

Curious about the previous edition? Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhekqZoGDaE

ABOUT 3310 - SCHOOL FOR MILLENNIALS

The millennial, a.k.a. the Nokia 3310 generation, handles a great deal of challenges nowadays. Often seen as spoiled and as the first internet generation to conquer the world. Besides the external pressure, millennials often feel lost in their choices, in loneliness and strive for perfection. How do you survive in a world that is ever changing and is built by their analogue parents? After a diverse career in engineering, corporate consultancy and experiencing a burnout, Wing Yan Man founded 3310 - School for Millennials. At 3310, you learn the practical skills with and from fellow millennials on how to live and work in a new paradigm that suits this generation. With authenticity, love and plenty of 90’s throwbacks, this school strives to serve an inclusive audience wishing for millennials to have the true impact the world needs.

ABOUT THE STUDENT HOTEL AMSTERDAM CITY

The Student Hotel is a concept that provides fully serviced, state of the art hotel accommodation. Additionally, we value the importance of community and therefore organize activities and provide services to a diverse, international group of guests varying from students, trainees to travellers. The Amsterdam City location is unique with its rich facilities of a gym, Swimgym, co-working space Collab, restaurants and Parool theater.

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