With its talks that are offering alternative viewpoints, Digilogue supports a technology-driven way of thinking.
Offering alternative perspectives on issues, the first day full of panels on topics such as "New Learning" (Person and/or machine), "Creating a Profile in The Age of Data"," Algorithms' Effects on Society and Culture ", "User Privacy and Freedom of the Legal Rights in the Digital Space" and "Future Role of Education", was followed by the open day movement's leading names on the second day, where basic education programs were established.
Volkan Akı, a journalist, writer, and educator who is well known to the media and business world, sought answers to the questions of what kind of future awaits us through the concepts of “future” and “virtual” in the talk titled, "Designing the Digital Future".
Speaker, artist, designer, and researcher Anthony Rowe, shares his 15 years of experience in digital media and interaction design and examines the relationship between art and technology with his public talk "How to Create Digital and Interactive Media Experiences".
The event is organized in collaboration with ArtBizTech, a multidisciplinary team of business and technology experts, designers, academics, and artists, and discusses the philosophy of David OReilly's Everything and what solutions it can offer in the fields of art and design.