Thanks to the Internet Society of New York, our main stage was live streamed and recorded. As they are splicing up the speeches, feel free to tune into the 7+ hours of conversations we held. The show starts at the 13 min mark.
Schedule TO START ON TIME, PLEASE ARRIVE AT CIVIC HALL BETWEEN 9:00 AM AND 9:30 AM. We will start at 10AM! For the morning, we will be joined by NY City Council Speaker Speaker Melissa Mark Viverito, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer, New York City Chief Technology Officer Minerva Tantoco, and Executive Director Jennifer […]
Thanks to the Internet Society of New York, we will live stream the main stage’s conversations and presentations. Starting at 10 am ET on Saturday, 3 March. For the day, we’ll have a real-time “backchannel” via BetaNYC’s slack. You can request an invite via < http://slack.beta.nyc >. Once you have registered, you can log […]
Economic Justice Data Jam let by NYCLU The gap between rich and poor in New York could be greater than anywhere else in the United States. While New York offers many of its residents the best services – including schools and access to the legal system – too often lower-income New Yorkers face discrimination and […]
We feel that civic technology and open data should work for everyone. This year, we are excited to offer onsite child care provided by Sitters Studio. Sitters Studio is a unique arts-based agency, headquartered in New York City, that provides families with artistic caregivers and creative childcare solutions. At Civic Hall, Sitters Studio can accommodate 10 children […]
On March 7 2012, Mayor Bloomberg signed Local Law 11 of 2012. This legislation enshrined the idea that we, the people, can help our neighbors and strengthen our communities through technology, data, and design. Four years since its signing, NYC has grown a resilient and diverse ecosystem. Our city’s open data law is one of the […]
BetaNYC’s four freedoms are rooted in the four freedoms articulated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. Those four freedoms are the freedoms of speech and worship, and the freedoms from want and fear. In the fall of 2012, BetaNYC reorganized and the community articulated its values in a civic technology roadmap […]
After three years of hosting #CodeAcross NYC, we’re rebranding our annual spring #civictech & #opendata event to be NYC’s School of Data. The New York City School of Data is a collaborative network improving the City’s data ecosystem. This network seeks to enrich our lives and communities through technology, data, & design. As we develop this […]