eCulture Convention: The Economic and Cultural Impacts of the Digital Age
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Design involves an interaction and connection between art and economics. The eCulture Convention is a forum for experts around the world to discuss developments in art, culture and business, and, in doing so, create a foundation for future research and projects at the interface of academia, business and art. The eCulture Convention will be taking place at the High-Performance Computing Centre Stuttgart (HLRS) and via a live stream from 15 to 17 September 2021. Its theme will be “The Economic and Cultural Impacts of the Digital Age”. The congress will also celebrate the opening of the Research and Creation Centre for Computational-Based Art, Culture and Economy – a centre for enabling young, creative people to access industry partners and high-tech equipment.

The convention’s themes include: Digital–Human Convergence (digital technologies are starting to converge and form a cyber world where hardware and software together form a new kind of ecosystem), Experiments in Art and Economics (how can we redesign the manner in which we think about the economy so that we create space for new ideas?), and Trust – Misinformation and Technology (misinformation has proved to be one of the key issues facing our society today – how can democracies respond to misinformation?).

The eCulture Convention is open to the public and free of charge.Participating in individual sections on location at HLRS Stuttgart requires registration and proof of vaccination or recovery or a negative test result (from within the last 24 hours).

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