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Astronaut Chris Hadfield, former commander of the International Space Station to discuss Earth and Space at Brain Bar Budapest this year. Europe’s festival on the future rises to a new level: Google as key partner and Wired, the global technology magazine as media partner have joined the event.
We are in the midst of a new industrial revolution. The political, social and economic changes brought on by transformations in technology have a profound impact on both global and national culture, our personal identity, business relationships, life in cities and on our relationship with nature.
Brain Bar Budapest, Europe’s festival on the future brings together the world’s most exciting visions. Topics including Earth VS Space, Robots VS Creativity, Human VS Artificial Intelligence, Economy VS Biology, Knowledge VS Information, Wars VS Video Games, debating competing visions of where Hungary and Europe are headed.
This year Brain Bar Budapest welcomes Chris Hadfield, the world’s favourite astronaut and former commander of the International Space Station; Zsolna Ugron, best-selling Hungarian author; Tim Hardford, award-winning BBC broadcaster and Financial Times columnist and author of the million-selling Undercover Economist; Santieri Koivisto, CEO of TeacherGaming LLC, the company behind MinecraftEdu & KerbalEdu; Virginia Postrel, Californian philosopher, Balázs Fürjes, government commissioner and chairman of Budapest 2024; Viktorya Krakovna, co-founder of Future of Life Institute, Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform.
In 2016 Brain Bar Budapest is moving up to the next level. Google, a global technology leader, joins the event as the key sponsor and WIRED, the global technology magazine, is their media partner.
Although the tickets are sold but there are many free performances.
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