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How to learn about the future, technology, AR and VR from skilled people in Bucharest


There is more and more talk about Metavers, artificial intelligence, augmented reality and so on. In order to better understand these concepts, you can participate this weekend in the biggest event dedicated to future trends and sustainability in Romania, which takes place between May 20-22, in Bucharest.

Future Summit 2022 brings together some of the most well-known international futurists. During the event you will be able to find out which are the most important trends that will transform the next years from international experts in decentralization, AI and energy. You will also be able to understand more about the future of work and education, the impact of AI, automation and 6G technologies, the future of cities or Metaverse.

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Technology weekend in Bucharest

Thus, the first day of the Future Summit 2022 event takes place on the stage of the Bucharest National Theater, on Friday. Regarding the access to the Future Summit, it can be done through two types of tickets: ticket for physical presence or ticket for online presence. It is important to note that all proceeds from online and offline tickets from FS22 are intended to support the humanitarian and educational work of Teach for Ukraine. So, with the money on the tickets, the NGO Teach for Ukraine wants to continue to provide access to education for children in Ukraine who can no longer study in the context of the war.

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The list of foreign speakers coming to Bucharest on May 20 as well as other details related to the 7th edition of Future Summit can be found HERE. Among the Romanian speakers at the Future Summit, we can mention Sebastian Burduja (Minister of Digitization), Peter Barta (DeGeThal), Radu Ciocoiu (Raiffeisen Bank), Adrian Georgescu (Biodeck), Dragoș Tuță (Embassy of Sustainability), Andrei Covatariu (UNECE), Ciprian Ciucu (Mayor of Sector 6), Radu Mihaiu (Mayor of Sector 2), Octavian Berceanu (Environmental Policy Expert), Mircea Ilie (IKEA Romania), Lara Tassan Zanin (EIB Group Office in Romania), Andrei Dudoiu (SeedBlink).

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