Singularity University’s mission is to educate, inspire and empower bright minds to apply exponential technologies to address humanity’s grand challenges. The goal of the Global Impact Competitions (GIC) is to find projects that can positively impact the lives of people living in the specific regions where they are run. Applications are now open for GIC 2015 in the CEE region. Applicants from the following countries are invited to participate: Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Ukraine.
We hope those of you who couldn’t attend TEDxKids@Vilnius had a chance to tune in for the live stream. And those who couldn’t, here’s your chance to rewatch the talks as all of them are already posted online:
Our friends from the TEDxStockholm team are launching Quirkbot -- a toy that allows you to create and program your own robots and make your own toys. Read how TEDx organizers are transforming education and help to bring Quirkbot to the world! It's early spring in Stockholm. The date is April 11th, 2013. Lead Instigator of TEDxStockholm and former speaker of TEDxVilnius and TEDxCopenhagen, Carl Bärstad, is carrying a black box bought in IKEA, a Makey makey, and some LED strips on his way to attend the event Art Hack Day and do an interactive art project (or at least try). Already working on the project HackerspaceInABox in an attempt to bring more hands-on experimentation with technology to schools, Carl still just considers himself a "wannabe maker" and Art Hack Day terrifies him. An event for someone who neither identifies himself as a hacker nor an artist (merely some kind of hustler).