Technological innovation is transforming industries, environments, cultures, and people. The power of technology can connect and disconnect us, make us feel excited, social, alienated, global, or modern.
Even if we do not yet know just how the 4th industrial revolution will unfold, one thing is clear: the response must be new types of collaboration that can increase our understanding and ability to innovate. This is the scope of the Technology and Emotions conference.
The conference will promote learning about technology, innovation, creativity, feelings, and the future, from projects in technology, science, policy and the arts. The conference focuses on how interdisciplinary engagements between art and technology can be innovation drivers.
Technology & Emotions aims to bring the most innovative technologists, scholars, theorists, artists, and business experts to explore and reflect on the new modes of innovation.