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Wednesday, June 3 • 09:45 - 10:30
The Future of Our Past, or How to Build a Time Machine

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We live our lives through digital services and connected devices and generate data at an unprecedented volume. The footsteps we leave behind in the digital snow of our lives define fundamentally who we are. The digital data traces of our existence form the photo album of a lifetime. For both consumers and creators of digital products all this comes with far reaching implications regarding ownership, privacy and longevity – with great data comes great responsibility. This talk will give consumers some principles by which to make an informed decision whom they entrust their digital memories to and offer practical advise to digital product makers about how to address these issues responsibly.

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Pascal Raabe

Designer, Ustwo
Paz is a designer at the digital product studio Ustwo in London. He has a passion for emerging technology and an ambition to help shape the future through truly meaningful design across platforms and disciplinary boundaries. This has led to a fascination with the pervasiveness of... Read More →


Wednesday June 3, 2015 09:45 - 10:30 CEST
Mátyás I-II.

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