Lost in a Cup’s cultural café will talk about warfare, surveillance and how the use of developing technology will effect future conflicts – for better or for worse.
For the occasion we are happy to announce that we are partnering up with Pax et Bellum, a student society which focuses on exploring themes relevant to the study field of ‘peace and conflicts’.
Important to remember that this is a meeting place for people from all walks of life and from different countries so there is no pre-required knowledge needed on the topic as the event is structured in a way to enable conversations based on the material we provide and common knowledge.
Chairing the digital event this time will be Alexander Maxia, founder of Lost in a Cup and Maël Hanon, vice-president of Pax et Bellum.
This event’s Academic speakers:
Professor in Software and VR at the Technical University of Catalonia and researcher at the Delas Center for Peace Studies. His research interests lie in the social implications of science and engineering and on a science-inspired analysis of militarism and terrorism.
Associate Professor at the department of Information Technology, division of Systems and Controls at Uppsala University, His research touches on machine learning, automatic control and different applications of either.
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Event will be held on Zoom, so make sure you bring your own tea, coffee, biscuits or whatever you fancy.
Event’s hashtags: #EspressøYourself #TechWar