Paula K. Jones Speaks at the Summer of Smart. Paula K. Jones, Director of Food Systems for the San Francisco Department of Public Health, speaks at Summer of Smart Weekend on Public Health, Food, Nutrition, and Urban Agriculture.
Esther Dyson speaks at the Summer of Smart. Esther Dyson gives a keynote talk at the Summer of Smart weekend on Public Health, Nutrition, and Food.
Dr. Jordan Shlain speaks at the Summer of Smart. Dr. Jordan Schlain gives a keynote talk at the Summer of Smart weekend on Public Health, Nutrition, and Food.
Ann Veneman Speaks at The Summer of Smart. Ann Veneman, former Secretary of Agriculture, gives a keynote talk at the Summer of Smart on Public Health, Nutrition, and Food.
Christine Outram of MIT’s SENSEable Cities Lab reports on her team’s progress from the Summer of Smart Urban Innovation Weekend, at 10:00 PM on July 23 2011. Eight teams developed projects in the Sustainability, Energy, and Transportation arena. Several of the teams, including this one, are working to crowdsource data to create solutions that allow [...]
San Francisco Board of Supervisors President and mayoral candidate David Chiu discusses his ideas for bringing innovation to city government, and how he feels Summer of Smart’s approach to civic engagement and problem solving is unique.
SF Assessor and Mayoral Candidate Phil Ting drops by the Summer of Smart second Hackathon on Sustainability, Transportation and Energy at 9:30 Saturday night. GAFFTA’s Peter Hirshberg spoke with him about the underlying ideas of Summer of Smart adding innovation, new ideas and prototypes to the SF Mayoral Race.
Lt. Governor (and former SF mayor) Gavin Newsom drops in on the Summer of Smart Urban Innovation Weekend 1 on June 25th, 2011.
At CityCampSF San Francisco Director of Innovation Jay Nath and GAFFTA’s Peter Hirshberg talk about the Summer of Smart, and how open goverment innitatives in SF are leading to more innovation faster.
At CityCampSF City Attorney and mayoral candidate Dennis Herrera showed off the San Francisco Fire app. It applies a crowdsource model to first responders: CPR trained individuals register with the app; in an emergency if they are nearby they can often respond well before first responders. The app also stores the exact location of all [...]
SF mayoral candidate Joanna Rees visited CityCampSF this weekend. Here she talks to GAFFTA’s Peter Hirshberg about citizens driving the strategy of improving MUNI service after they met with NYC officials on how to solve a similar problem.
In this video leading up to the SFOpen 2011 debate, GovFreshTV interviews all nine candidates about their definition of open government and the top Gov 2.0 policies they would implement as mayor.