Ben Cerveny - We Will All Play Cities Together Like an Instrumental Jam
Ben Cerveny's keynote explores how, as newly-emerging urban-scale technology infrastructures are implemented, citizens will begin to gain the ability to affect their environment in new ways, using city services the way they would use a digital application in an online environment. Read more about this here.
Dame Wendy Hall - The Emerging Science of the Web and Why it is Important
In this talk Dame Wendy Hall explores how this new science of the Web has become established, the insights that are beginning to emerge and discuss the major research and education challenges ahead. Read more about this here.
Keri Facer - Learning to live in interesting times
In her keynote, Keri Facer explores scenarios emerging from the Beyond Current Horizons programme and ask how, as a society, we can learn together as communities to respond to the profound environmental, demographic and technological opportunities challenges we face over the coming two decades. Read more about this here.
Andrea Reimer - Vancouver and Open 3
As part of the FutureEverything GloNet, Vancouver Councillor, Andrea Reimer talks about the reasons behind Vancouver becoming and Open Data City
Darren Wershler - McLuhan in Europe 2011
The inaugural McLuhan in Europe 2011 lecture will illuminate McLuhan's creative influences and describe the fascinating connections between McLuhan's predictions and declarations, and contemporary poetry, artwork, and thought. The McLuhan in Europe 2011 inaugural lecture will be delivered by Darren Wershler.
How do we play, collaborate, and create in a way that makes a real impact on the world?
Visioning The City
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