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What Sci-Fi Asks About Our Society and What Science Replies

Tamas Kigyos: Challenging the human factor – what sci-fi asks about our society and what science replies

Expansive use of information technology changes our lives forever. We don’t know how it will end, but we can have a sneak peek through the looking glass of science fiction. The purpose of sci-fi is to reflect and extrapolate the mechanisms that move society. Let’s take a journey to the days of present future and seewhat is already here.


6:15pm - Doors open, networking

7:00pm - Doors close, presentation starts

8:30pm - Lights off, after drinks at Apacuka

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This event is English speaking. Drinks and snacks are provided by Prezi. 

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