6/11/18: What’s RETech’s role Rebuilding the Supply of Affordable Housing
Fannie Mae & MIT are hosting an event on Rebuilding the Supply of Affordable Housing, Monday, 6/11 — LIVESTREAM starting at 9am. Highly recommend watching their 3:44 minute video on their landing page and invite feedback about what's included, omitted in this brief introduction:
Will hold further comment until others have a chance to respond. If you were on this panel, what would you say about RETech, big data / personal data, and rebuilding affordable housing?
Participants in this thread are spread out -- any of you working on apps or aware of innovations in the Seattle, Boston, Los Angeles, New York or elsewhere in the US / world that are part of the solution?
- What looks promising?
- Alternatively, what are the barriers to affordable housing innovation?
- How might you / we cocreate with Fannie Mae to address them?
- What kind of research would you like MIT to conduct?
- BILLIONS are going into RETech, PropTech, will we see the emergence of #AffordableHousingTech?
- Can, should Boston take the lead? How?
Thomas Hardjono will be on the 10:30am panel Monday talking about "Innovation’s role in housing affordability" from his perspective at MIT Connection Science & Media Lab Digital Currency Initiative.
Looking forward to his comments, TweetUp afterwards?