As part of this session, we delved deep into the insights gained from our team's two-year exploration of digital technologies. We examined the incredible opportunities, potential risks, and the vast array of possibilities that await conservationists in this rapidly evolving digital age.
Key questions addressed during the session included:
Sasha Sebright | Project Manager (Consultant), Unearthodox
Sasha is passionate about holistically exploring the systemic impacts of Web 3.0 and AI on and for conservation.
Gal Zanir | Digital Innovation (Consultant), Unearthodox, Land Conservation Manager for TiME
Gal, a Wildlife Biologist and Conservation Innovator, is the lead author of the Digital Disruption for Conservation Toolkit.
Uta Muktamarianti | Research and Event Support (Consultant), Unearthodox
Uta is actively researching Web 3.0 and inclusivity, with a keen interest in digital communities for conservation.
Jorn Dallinga | Programme Manager, WWF Netherlands.
At WWF-NL Jorn's Focus is on spatial data, spatial analysis, big data, citizen science and working with technical partners to explore solutions for conservation using machine learning.
Alice Kershaw | Head of Digital Transformation, The Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts.
Alice specialises in creating a digital culture and enabling digital transformation that benefits all users. She is leading the ‘root and branch digital transformation’ elements of RSWTs 2030 strategy.
Get a feel for the event through this visual recording, illustrated live during the session.
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