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16:00—18:00 BST
Tue 22 Oct 2019

Super-fusing for Data

Super-fusing for Data

Thinking is easy. Making it real is harder.

How do we forge meaningful partnerships? What skills are needed? How do we make it happen? 'Superfusion' is where commercial technological innovation meets enlightened abstract creativity. We've got bags of both in Sussex, but splicing it together is sometimes harder than it looks.

The DRIVA arts DRIVA project is unlocking sets of unique, real-time big data and helping tech innovators to build from it and arts practitioners to create experiences from it.

Design thinking experts, Wolfcub, will be facilitating this exclusive event to help us think about the problems and opprtunities of cross-sector collaboration around big data and all the types of value that it can create.

In this free event, you will be introduced to people who can help you, challenge you, collaborate with you and enable you to build a superfused team around your idea.

What is DRIVA arts DRIVA?

DRIVA (Digital Research & Innovation Value Accelerator) is a £1.3m University of Brighton research project funded by the European Structural Investment Fund and Arts Council England that aims to provide technology SMEs, creative arts practitioners and cultural organisations unprecedented access to Gatwick Airport’s big data.

We believe that the super-fusion of data-driven innovation and creative practice with access to artistic and scientific expertise can drive economic productivity, community impact and place-making in our region.

By unlocking the commercial, creative, social and/ or critical, value of data from Gatwick Airport, and generating insights into the 50 million people who depart and arrive on our doorstep each year, we can accelerate the development of an untold range of new data-driven products, services, artworks and experiences.

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