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Hermann Hauser - Technology for Social Good in 2027

Hermann Hauser presents his personal, positive vision - and then leads discussion - on how new Technologies can work to improve social fairness as we head towards 2027.
When Apr 05, 2018
from 06:30 PM to 08:00 PM
Where Anglia Ruskin University, Lecture Theatre LAB002 East Road Cambridge CB1 1PT
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Part of the imagine2027 series of events - see www.imagine2027.org.uk for more details, and how to get involved.

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