LUCA Big Data For Social Good 2018: Event Agenda

Agenda: Addressing challenges through Data

Everyday we face a vast array of variables that can change the planet. What would happen if we all agreed to manage this data in the most optimal way, to create patterns and make better decisions? This is what we will be talking about on May 24th, in the company of important figures that will help us draw a more realistic map around the use of data for the prediction of natural disasters and prevention against climate change.



9:30
Welcome and registration

10:00
Opening

10:10
Global Collaboration Towards a Sustainable Big Data Approach
Kyla Reid, Head of Mobile for Humanitarian Innovation & Digital Identity at GSMA

10:40
Rural environments facing the challenges presented by climate change
Natalia Winder Rossi, Senior Social Protection Officer at FAO

11:10
Geospatial Big Data Disasters Management
Alberto López, Global Business Development Director at DigitalGlobe

11:40
Coffee Break

12:00
Big Data and Open Algorithms for Resilient Societies
Emmanuel Letouzé, Director and co-Founder at Data-Pop Alliance

12:30
Connect the unconnected: Internet for all
Chema Alonso, CDO at Telefonica
Patrick López, Vice President of Networks Innovation at Telefonica

13:00
Panel: Towards sustainability & scalability of Social Good initatives / Q&A
Elena Gil, CEO at LUCA, Telefonica Data Unit
Clara Palau, Technology Team Lead, UNICEF
Natalia Winder, FAO
Kyla Reid, GSMA
Emmanuel Letouzé, Data-Pop Alliance
Isabel Bombal, Advisory Member, MAPAMA

13:30
Cocktail