Co-Creating Civic Tech
What do we care about collectively? How do we imagine technology as a community? SENSEI has been a year-long participatory sensing movement in Lappeenranta, Finland. Over 250 individuals, families, researchers, local community organisations and decision makers worked together to co-create civic tech that help them address environmental issues they all care about such as invasive plant species, abandoned items in the forests and nice places. Sensei has shown how technology and participatory practices can be combined to address issues of shared concern, make sense of data and solve problems collectively.
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