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!