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We are a on a mission to change how the digital economy is changing Everything.

ABOUT US

We are a creative research lab that helps citizens and organisations make responsible decisions by using futures as tools to anticipate challenges and opportunities, while exploring the socio-ecological impacts of digital technologies and the internet(s) through collective learning initiatives, partnerships and commissioned projects.

OUR MISSION

To contribute in creative, collaborative and collective ways to the reimagination of the digital economy into climate-neutral, sustainable and plural ecosystems, encouraging solidarity and critical hope today, tomorrow and during the next billion seconds.

Because 🌍 is Everything.

EVENT
MAY 31 / 5PM CEST
REMOTE / Tickets from €10 (Inc. recording)

Image by Alan Warburton / © BBC / Better Images of AI / Quantified Human / CC-BY 4.0

Internet(s) of Everything 8: Decoding the futures of Responsible AI systems

Join the social stream or watch on-demand a conversation about how communities of artists and designers are reimagining society through AI
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NEWS
SEP 2022 - JUN 2023
Image by Alan Warburton / © BBC / Better Images of AI / Quantified Human/ CC-BY 4.0

Applications open for the new Master in Design for Responsible AI at Elisava

We're BEYOND excited to announce the new Master in Design for Responsible AI at Elisava, under the direction of IAM co-founder Andres Colmenares.
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NEWS
MAY 4
Creative partnership with SPACE10

What constitutes good design?

Our friends at SPACE10 invited us and many others to explore this question under the theme 'Beyond Human-Centered Design' for their past pop-up in Mexico City.
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INTERVIEW
Recorded on September 2021 at Linz, AT

Watch the interview of IAM's co-founder on the Ars Electronica Channel

Learn more about our vision for the Billion Seconds Institute in this conversation between Andres Colmenares and Veronika Liebl, managing director of Ars Electronica.

We work and partner with organisations to help them scale their positive impact and cultural relevance, using futures as tools for collective imagination and better decision-making.

PARTNERS & CLIENTS

WeTransfer · BBC · Tate · NESTA · SPACE10 · University of Arts London · Red Bull · Mobile World Capital Foundation · ELISAVA ·

SELECTED PROJECTS

Client: NESTA (UK)

NGI Summit 2021

We co-produced the NGI Policy Summit for NESTA, which brought together some of the world’s leading internet researchers, policymakers and changemakers to discuss their bold visions for the future of the internet in a series of fireside chats now available to watch on-demand.
Partner: Centre for Investigative Journalism (UK)

CIJ x IAM: Open Lab

The Open Lab is a new initiative from The Centre for Investigative Journalism developed in collaboration with IAM that brings together a range of experiments at the intersection of journalism and the arts, including commissions and the Creative Investigations Database.

Partner: SPACE10 (DK)

SPACE10 x IAM: Everython Delhi

A collective learning experience during which an interdisciplinary group of guest mentors coming from fields such as design, art, journalism, tech and social innovation gathered to imagine how everyday life in Delhi might be like one billion seconds from now.

Client: Mobile World Capital Foundation (ES)

Strategic design of the Digital Future Society programme

The Mobile World Capital Foundation trusted us the strategic design of the Digital Future Society programme, including its strategic vision, governance structure and research agenda for a think tank, a social innovation lab and futures council.

Since 2021


The Billion Seconds Institute

The lifelong learning initiative to organise a network of specialists, advisors and communities of practice to reimagine the ways we understand and shape the mental, social and environmental impacts of the digital economy.

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Since 2015


IAM Weekend

The annual gathering for designers, researchers, strategists, artists, technologists, journalists looking to collectively rethink the futures of the internet(s).

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