Brain Bar Budapest on until Saturday

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The Brain Bar Budapest festival which focuses on all topics surrounding technological innovation, is on through Saturday at the Design Terminal, Akvárium and Anker.

Some of the most renowned experts in the field will be speaking at the event addressing such themes as the relationship between technology and humanity, more specifically trends and dilemmas that cities, enterprises, education, health and innovation will have to face in the future.

Speakers include creative economy theorist Richard Florida, founder of the Unreasonable Institute Daniel Epstein, technology and education expert Sugata Mitra, Stanford University behavioral psychology researcher Philip Zimbardo, transhumanist philosopher Steve Fuller and 17-year-old creator of an internationally successful smartphone game Mara Steiu.

Brain Barʼs main objective is to offer a forum for a clash of opinions and the discussion of the most vital issues of tomorrow, according to the organizers. For more information, visit the eventʼs website

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