Languages of Innovation

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A mind map summary of the paper "Languages of Innovation" by Alan Blackwell and David Good. Reference Dave Gray's blog post http://www.knowledgegames.net/?p=58

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Languages of Innovation

  1. 1. Crucible Network for Research in Interdisciplinary Design, University of Cambridge Alan Blackwell, computer science Authors David Good, psychology Technology Arts Mission: encourage collaboration between AHSS researchers Humanities Crucible Translation Social Sciences Pidgin > Creole Approaches Education Encounters (language-free) Developing social strategies for interdisciplinary collaboration NTAF: New Technology Arts Fellowship Relationship between tecnhologist & artist Languages of Phase 1 goal: social Leading to joint proposal for Phase 2 funding Innovation Cultural empathy Familiarity with both disciplines Translation Anticipate difficulties Misunderstood Translator skills Interrupt to explain Threatening ID trouble phrases - potentially Meaningless Offensive Prerequisites of the easy working relationship that would allow people to move Food & drink Pidgin > Creole beyond the comfort of their own discipline Casual social gatherings "Blackwell-Leach" workshop process Sketches Concrete artefacts Models Encounters without language Prototypes Choreography and Cognition Examples Tangible User Interfaces Physical models as 3D sketches Train "native speakers" of the language of innovation, equipped to Education translate and mediate when new technologies are constructed between business, the academy, and the rest of society

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