Christine leads North American retail strategy at 10xCrowds. She is an innovation strategy consultant with former clients in New York, Daejeon, Paris, and San Francisco. Christine has worked at Singularity University, managed the executive program at Draper University, conducted design research at KAIST, and given a master class on networking at Utrecht University. She holds a bachelor in political science from the University of Chicago.
10xCrowds is a Canadian crowd analytics startup focusing on applications in the retail, entertainment, queuing, and automotive sectors. We look at how crowds move, how group attention is coordinated. Our big vision is search without input.
Talk Title: Watcha Lookin' At?: Mapping Social Attention and Searching without Input
What makes us pay attention, shift our gazes, and alter our travel paths? Why do different crowds and social networks find different things interesting? Can crowd analytics provide the answers? What is searching without input? Will this change lives for the better or worse?