Can 3D printing, VR, crowd-sourcing, vast digital archives and a massive amount of perseverance, make our heritage indestructible in a virtual world?
Rossitza Atanassova - Digital Curator, British Library
Roger Michel - Founder, The Institute for Digital Archaeology
Ed Humphrey - Digital Director, British Film Institute
David Harrison - Investigative TV Reporter, Al-Jazeera International
The Global Web Summit: 21 Conferences around the world
There is no longer such a thing as a ‘tech’ industry – just industries that have been affected by tech. Just as the first industrial revolution 250 years ago left an indelible mark on the lives of the people who lived through it, tech is turning upside down everything we thought about work, social interaction, politics and life itself.
This year 53,056 tech CEOs, founders, startups, investors and political leaders driving change across the world came together in Lisbon for Web Summit. Over 2,000 of the world’s leading media attended. Together, they discussed the answers to the questions posed by the tech revolution we’re living through.