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In its 2018 sponsored post, in partnership with Braun, a German consumer products company, the UK edition of Wired, the monthly American magazine published a series of interviews from some of the world’s most innovative tech designers and artists about what the future holds for art, design and technology. 

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In his keynote speech at the 2019 edition of the Paris Talks Conference at UNESCO,  Lassina Zerbo, the Executive Secretary of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization challenged the Paris Talks participants on the importance of innovating through the art of getting to commit to our engagements as Nation States and citizens but also learning to love and care for one another.

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Education is a core pillar of human knowledge and development. Each year, City Talks ideas festivals taking place across the globe, are the places where ideas related to the future of education get shared, challenged and debunked.

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City Talks is a hub for everything environmental and climate science. Every City Talks’ ideas festival gathers people that have the passion about making our environment livable for the coming generations.

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Several topics are usually covered at City Talks' ideas festivals around the world. Among these issues, are trends and predictions on communities, human behavior, and religion.

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Scientists are not left behind in City Talks' ideas’ festivals. In fact, scientific research is one of the main and core methods shaping the way humans arrive at discoveries.

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When people think and openly say that technology is at an all-time high, a lot of tech-nerds know for sure that we are yet to see more in 2020 and beyond.

 

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