Social Data Lab

Sibos 2011

Summary and Purpose

The lab was invited to participate as innovation instigators at SIBOS, the world's largest financial transactions conference. The event brings together thousands of the most influential people in the financial industry from institutions, multinational corporations and technology partners across the globe.



Highlights

  • Designed and implemented conference social currency game
  • Led innovation breakout sessions
  • Presented an interactive session on Life 2.0: Tools for tracking and outsourcing your life
  • Interviewed thought leaders on banking and social data


Learnings


Key Dates

  • Initial Workshop at Stanford University: May 5, 2011
  • SIBOS Prep Meeting with Peter Van Der Auwara on August 2 1400 -1700
  • Arrival to Toronto: September 18
  • Conference: September 19 - 23 [preliminary schedule]
  • First day of class (Stanford): September 26


People and Responsibilities

SDL Participants

  • Addy Satija
  • Alan Guo
  • Bhaskar Garg
  • Linda Poeng 
  • Mike Wei
  • Shaun Tai

SWIFT

  • Peter Vander Auwera (SWIFT Innotribe curator)
  • Konstantin “Kosta” Peric 
  • Mariela Atanassova

Preparation

  • Preparatory Meetings:
    • Sunday July 31, 2011 4pm @ Tresidder. See Calendar.
    • Tuesday Aug 2, 2-5pm with Peter Van Der Auwera
    • Regular meetings throughout August 2011
  • Rough notes of initial conversation
  • Preparation Notes (including some relevant readings)
  • Currency game design notes (started August 22nd)
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