Digibury Weekender: Get a 20% discount courtesy of Kent University Careers and Employability Service

Tickets now on sale for Canterbury tech event

Hot on the heels of the brilliant Digibury Weekender 2014, Robin Ince, writer and co-host of BBC R4’s Infinite Monkey Cage returns to host this year’s Digibury Weekender- a one day Festival in Canterbury, that considers technology issues of interest to people in the arts, business, government, the third sector, and education.  The over-arching theme is “Has technology made the world a better place? Have we lost the human in the rush?”.

Digibury Weekender will explore how digital has made people, communities and nations more inclusive – as well as challenging this notion by looking at where new barriers are emerging through technology. Topics include the impact of Artificial Intelligence on our lives; the need for businesses to develop ‘tech ethics’; how crowdfunding has changed options for artists and executives; what activity tracking and the “quanitifed self” really teach us about ourselves and what the future really does – or might – hold for us all… !  See the full line up at www.digibury-weekender.co.uk

Digibury Weekender takes place on Saturday 17th October at The Gulbenkian at The University of Kent.

Tickets are just £25 but we’re delighted to have secured you a 20% discount!  Simply enter the discount code 1710discount20 at the checkout, when you sign up at www.digibury-weekender.co.uk   But hurry, seats are limited!

– Digibury is run by Deeson, who are attending the Careers Fair on Tuesday 3rd November!


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