Innovation is at the core of social, cultural, economic, and technological change. At the most fundamental level, innovation can be understood as a process that involves the generation of new ideas, products, and services, and their adoption, implementation, and diffusion. Nearly all individuals — regardless of race, gender, age, and social class — have the capacity to innovate. Driven by curiosity, creativity, and empathy, people innovate when they solve real-world problems, address personal and community needs, and create an impact in their local contexts.

Although popular narratives of innovation often focus on commercial products and high tech entrepreneurs, the space…

andres lombana-bermudez

designer/researcher/bricoleur | assistant professor of communication PUJ | associate researcher ISUR | faculty associate BKC for internet and society

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