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Driven by success, Brain Bar Budapest continues next year

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After the success of last weekʼs first Brain Bar in Budapest, during which lecturers and IT experts discussed the relationship between technology and humans, the is due to be held again next year, organizers announced in a press release today.

Among the guest lecturers were psychologist Philip Zimbardo, historian Niall Ferguson, Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport Tibor Navracsics, Fellow at the American Academy in Berlin Evgeny Morozov, and Government Commissioner for Major Developments in Budapest Dr. Balázs Fürjes .

According to the announcement, the lecturers discussed the determining economic changes in the next fifteen years: What will be the ideal school in 2025? What will be the role of the state after the new industrial revolution?

During the three-day conference 81 lecturers from 20 countries and approximately 3,000 visitors attended Brain Bar Budapest.  

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