[This event is in Dutch and English] During this computer science summer bootcamp, kids ages 7-12 will join the A-Team, a group of modern day, tech champions who design, build and program technology prototypes to fulfil missions most people can't, such as designing a device to break into Fort Knox.
How can personal fabrication labs (like Fab Labs) and maker spaces be used to support stakeholders in healthcare in creating new solutions? Due to the rise of digital fabrication and the unlimited access to knowledge that the internet provides us, everyone is able to make 'almost anything'. Big laboratories or industries are no longer a prerequisite in doing so. Come along to brainstorm your ideas, work on your prototype or get in touch with community members in the Make Health group to start a new MakeHealth project.
July’s theme is End. Ends are unique opportunities in disguise. They allow us to make meaning out of our past relationships, experiences, projects, and seasons in life. On the other hand, beginnings are romanticized and energize us to envision all the impressive things we will do. Headlines celebrate the latest rising startup or ‘it’ destinations travelers must see. But reaching the end of something can also carry meaningful joy. When we truly fulfill an ending, it reflects growth and real change. We can create projects to end loneliness, walk away from empty relationships, change habits, or choose a different career trajectory. The secret about ‘the end’ is that it actually contains countless possibilities.
Boom Chicago will perform their new show, “The Future Is Here… And It Is Slightly Annoying”, just for the Women in AI and Women in Tech networks. You don’t want to miss this unique integration of technology (an AI improvising robot) into improv comedy!