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Mobile Week

Our relationship with technology under discussion during the third edition of Mobile Week

The initiative features more than 130 activities connecting art, science and technology.

After two very successful editions, Mobile Week is back and more ambitious than ever. The initiative aims to reflect on our relationship with technology through art, science and, of course, technology itself and takes place one week before Barcelona is invaded by the Mobile World Congress with the aim of getting us to ponder on the topics proposed. Under the slogan "Our simple relationship with technology", we will be visited by artists, scientists, philosophers, engineers, entrepreneurs and professionals who will generate discussions in a completely open city environment. In total there’ll be over 130 activities in more than 60 different venues, including talks, workshops, exhibitions and family-focused events.

Mobile Week will take place from 14 to 23 February. Among the topics under discussion are education, both inside and outside the classroom, the new social economics and fake news and its impact on society.

All the activities are free of charge and open to everyone. Additional information is available on the Mobile Week website.

Publication date: Wednesday, 06 February 2019
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