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Working in Public with Nadia Eghbal - Interintellect Fireside Chat

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Join us at this casual, interdisciplinary discussion about what any system built on cooperation can learn from open source projects

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Open source theorist and GitHub veteran Nadia Eghbal, a role model to many of us thanks her influential essays and reports, will be joining Interintellects and friends to discuss the publication of her first book, Working in Public (Stripe Press, 2020) and her journey and discoveries along the way.

A research area fascinating both engineers and social scientists, Nadia's work has been a re-exploration of cooperation and coordination for the internet age. Which if any of the social wisdoms of the 19th and 20th centuries, how much of evolutionary psychology, applied game theory and behavioural modelling, will survive all the pull requests and forking, hyperlinks and retweets, collective ownership and decentralised credentialism?

The author will be in conversation with Interintellect founder Anna Gát followed by an informal Q&A. We hope to see you there!

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Upon booking for this event, you will be sent an excerpt from Working in Public, courtesy of the author and Stripe Press.

You will be sent a Zoom link 30 minutes prior to the event.

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Time zones:

    • 1 pm in San Francisco
    • 4 pm in New York
    • 9 pm in London
    • 10pm in Berlin

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