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The conference, hosted by UC Berkeley's Human Rights Center, brought together more than 250 thinkers and practitioners to explore the most effective ways to use tech to address human rights abuses. The sessions covered everything from data sharing to social networking to satellite imagery and mapping. The two-day conference ends today.

Conference panelist Yvette Alberdingk Thijm, is executive director of Witness, an international human rights organization. Those actions could include providing an online petition for viewers to sign or ways for people to organize.

Witness' strategy is to use video and online technologies to turn personal stories of abuse into tools for pushing policy change. The group trains activists in countries such as Ethiopia to use the Flip camcorder and other devices (but Flip provides both the portability and immediacy of distribution necessary in dangerous situations). The organization has 3,000 hours of archived human rights footage.

"Gone Gitmo," is one example of the new serious approach to interactive learning -- a new generation of "virtual reality" -- a re-creation of Guantanamo Bay in the virtual world Second Life, a project Thijm and Nonny de la Pena launched in 2007 to put gaming avatars into the prison setting for a up close and personal experience.

You can catch video of the Soul of the New Machinr conference session replays online at the Human Rights Center website.

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