How is digital changing the way we relate to each other?
The third and last collaboration conference of the Connect for Creativity Project, ‘Creative Discoveries: From Social Structures to Always Accessible Systems’ is held online on September 24-25.
The conference which will focus on the question of “How is digital changing the way we relate to each other?” will host many eminent speakers from United Kingdam, Serbia, Turkey, Greece and many countries, and explore how creative industries and digital technologies affect the way we connect and relate to each other.
‘Creative Explorations’ conference, which will host national and international prominent figures representing digital technology communities and policy makers; aims to new business cooperation, exchange of ideas, experience and information among participants from United Kingdam, Serbia, Turkey, Greece and many countries through workshops, group meetings, keynote speakers and panel discussions.
Registration has started to attend the conference. The two-day conference will be open to all and free of charge. Registration to attend the conference can be made on the Connect for Creativity website until Sunday, September 20. Can design and technology affect the way we relate to each other? One of the most fundamental characteristics of human nature is the need to establish contact and the way we communicate, since the first day we existed, it continues to evolve. Today we live in a culture dominated by hyper-strong connections: the speed of technology has exceeded the speed of our understanding and the speed of critical thinking. As computational creativity develops, the cultural and creative sectors are relying on technology to find new ways to make culture more cohesive, unifying and accessible. The application of social distance has accelerated the use of technology, and many new creators have emerged accordingly. However, in the meantime, the way they communicate and establish relationships with the world has also changed. Technology and systems that are accessible everywhere raise many questions. Are we trying to escape reality? Are we developing a new social model? Are we creating technology or is it technology creating us? The conference will focus on the intersection of creative industries and digital technologies and examine how this affects the way we connect and relate to each other.
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