CATALYST final event was hosted within CAPS2015 on July 7-8 in Brussels. The three sessions organised by the project gathered an amazing and enthusiastic crowd, which tried out CATALYST ecosystem of tools during the demo session on July 7, interacted with our panel on the power of Collective Intelligence and created collaboratively common visions on future solutions and processes during the workshop on July 8. You will find bellow a few pictures of our final event. For the full set of pictures and a more detailed description of the activities we organised at CAPS2015, visit theCATALYST website; for our presentations have a look at theLibrary section of CAPS2020 website.
CATALYST Open-Call tests are coming to an end: we thank all communities that got involved; their valuable feedbacks were central to improve our developments. Ashoka, The University of Naples and Edgeryders' full reports are now available on the CATALYST website and more reports are expected very soon.
The deadline to submit your proposal for StoryEurope, CATALYST test of DebateHub led by Purpose, has be extended to July 31, 2015 meaning you only have a few days left to send your stories to Lee-Sean (email@example.com).
Mark Klein (MIT / University of Zürich, CATALYST’s consortium partner) published, as part of the official programme of the 2015 Collective Intelligence Conference, his research results on the improvement of the idea filtering processes. This article, in collaboration with Ana Cristina Bicharra Garcia, is entitled High-Speed Idea Filtering with the Bag of Lemons, and explores a new Collective Intelligence approach combining both multi-voting and incentive providing.
Lee-Sean Huang from Purposeregularly brings CATALYST on stage at different conferences and workshops all around the world. He was this time in Brussels at CAPS2015 to participate to CATALYST Final Event but also to moderate his own workshop on Building Networks for Good. It was such a success that not everyone managed to get a chair!