If you couldn’t make it to the 2nd Annual City Tech Science Fiction Symposium, you can watch videos of all of the presentations including Samuel R. Delany’s keynote address here.
A CULTURAL HISTORY OF
C O L L O Q U I U M
A Cultural History of Digital Technology: Humanities Perspectives
MONDAY DECEMBER 18, 2017, 1:00- 5:00PM
VOORHEES THEATER, 186 JAY STREET, BROOKLYN, NY
JULIET FLOYD PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY, BOSTON UNIVERSITY
SCOTT HARTLEY AUTHOR – THE FUZZIE AND THE TECHIE: HOW THE LIBERAL ARTS WILL RULE THE DIGITAL WORLD, AND VENTURE CAPITALIST
TONY HEY AUTHOR – THE COMPUTING UNIVERSE: JOURNEY THROUGH A REVOLUTION, AND CHIEF DATA SCIENTIST AT THE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FACILITIES COUNCIL, UK
STEPHEN WOLFRAM AUTHOR – A NEW KIND OF SCIENCE, PRESIDENT/FOUNDER OF WOLFRAM MATHEMATICA |WOLFRAM ALPHA
FOR MORE INFORMATION EMAIL:
REGISTER NOW: http://www.nycctfab.com/neh-cultural-history
Register to attend and write about the presentations that you visit. In at least 250 words, tell me who you heard speaking and what you learned.