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Please join us for the seventh annual Future of Text Symposium on the 11th and 12th of September at the University of Southampton.

• Day 1, Monday 11th of September 2017 •

The first day consists of 10 minute Presentations with 5 minute dialogue, featuring:


  • Vint Cerf co-inventor of the internet
  • Ismail Serageldin Founding Director of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina
  • Mark Bernstein of Eastgate Systems
  • Bjørn Borud chief scientist of Telenor
  • Dr. Sarah Walton author, tech & government consultant
  • David Price creator of DebateGraph
  • Timour Shchoukine Neuroweb initiative co-founder
  • Tom Standage deputy editor at The Economist (tentative)
  • Christian Wolther artist and philosopher
  • Keith Houston author
  • Doc Searls author and journalist
  • Didier Bazalgette of the French Ministry of Defence
  • Paul Groth of Elsevier
  • Dr. Vivian Chan of Sparrho
  • Frank Meehan of SmartUp.io
  • Stacey Mason PhD Fellow at UC Santa Cruz
  • Professor Dame Wendy Hall Director of Web Science Institute, University of Southampton
  • Professor Les Carr Director of Web Science Institute, University of Southampton
  • Professor Sir Nigel Shadbolt Principal of Jesus College Oxford
  • Professor Luc Moreau Professor of Computer Science at King's College, London

Please note if you are coming for Day 1 you will need to stay all day, there is no option to come in for only one or a few sessions.

To register for day 2: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/future-of-text-symposium-day-2-tickets-33042661490

More information on previous FOT events can be found here: http://thefutureoftext.org/

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University of Southampton Highfield Campus

Building 67, Lecture theatre 1027

Highfield Campus

Southampton

SO17 1BJ

United Kingdom

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