Technology and design keep redefining the relationship between us and the world, a continuous flow of change that invests us, objects, society, environment.
We want to hear contributions about how technology has been changing the relations with ourselves and what is going to happen with a more pervasive presence of digital identities and user-generated data.
We want to reflect on how technology is disrupting the relationship with information, society and politics, adopting a more systemic perspective on what has been happening around us in the recent years and what to expect moving forward.
We want to hear how technology has been redefining the relations with objects, and how the raise of artificial intelligences on one side and mixed analog and digital realities on the other will extend humans’ possibilities.
We want to talk about how we relate with the environment where we live and reflect on the virtuous paths that can improve in a smart, responsible and sustainable way our experience of the city and of all the key services we need for living, from health to finance, transport, education and inclusivity.
It’s now just a matter of what interaction design can do to improve our future lives but also why we want to be part of this flow and what role we want to play within it.
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