The world is moving fast. We can only guess at what school, work, relationships, cities or nature might look like in fifty years’ time. But perhaps the younger generation has a finger nearer to the pulse, thanks to its access to global networks and experience from abroad. The way a lecture usually works is that an older person stands in front of the young, passing knowledge on. Light bulbs want to flip it |. Three twenty-somethings are coming to tell you about where their field is headed and what it might mean for the country and the world. About things, you may never have heard of, but that could fundamentally transform the lives of our children. Come along to have your light bulbs lit and to ask about anything you find interesting. Each speaker has twenty minutes, followed by a Q&A, wine, talk, and good company.
We begin with a packed combination: Karel Kieslich about research into the human brain, Kryštof Vosátka about the future of education, and Barbora Spáčilová about the the hidden world of transactions and communities on the ‘dark web’.
Light bulbs are brought to you by Opero in partnership with Discover Summer Academy.