The people at digital agency Deeson proudly present:

Gulbenkian

University of Kent, Canterbury

17 October 2015, 10am-4.30pm

BUY YOUR TICKETS ONLINE TICKETS: £25

about

The festival

Organised by digital agency Deeson and hot on the heels of the brilliant first Digibury Weekender in 2014, this year's festival will be a fascinating and challenging canter through how digital is changing the world we live in.

Hosted by Robin Ince

Comedian, writer and co-host of BBC R4’s Infinite Monkey Cage welcomes you to the Digibury Weekender as host of this one-day tech, digital, art and design festival.

Robin Ince

Has technology made the world a better place? Have we lost the human in the rush?

We’ll be exploring 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 digital innovation.

What alternatives now exist that have opened up opportunities for people and for organisations?

And what is proving increasingly difficult as a result of our increased preference for using technology in the every day?

Who gets to decide what metrics matter now?

What does it mean, today, to be human?

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Paul Thomas
Simon Wardley

Leading Edge Forum

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Simon Hughes

Stayuplate.org

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Alina Triggs

Freuds

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Adam Graham

Cact.us

Digibury Weekender is brought to you by the people at  Deeson

BUY YOUR TICKETS ONLINE TICKETS: £25

where

17 October 2015, 10am-4.30pm

Address

The Gulbenkian,
University of Kent,
Canterbury
CT2 7NB

Email

hello@deeson.co.uk

Twitter

@Digibury

whats

Who's behind Digibury?

Run by digital agency, Deeson, Digibury is held at The Gulbenkian art centre, University of Kent, every second Wednesday of the month.

What is Digibury?

Put simply, Digibury is an innovative platform highlighting and celebrating the impact tech on our wider society. Free and open to the whole community we invite speakers from any background to talk about their passion and ideas.

Why Digibury?

Digibury aims to beak down the silos of technology, design, media, society, art and culture. We aim to engage and pull together the creative and technology 'clusters' that are growing and thriving in the South East... and beyond.

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