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    European history is full of people who make a difference by combining artistic and scientific thinking. In the world of music, for instance, Busoni, Russolo, Theremin, Schaeffer, Varèse and Stockhausen expanded the boundaries of the art by exploring the creative possibilities of cutting edge technologies. Daphne Oram and Delia Derbyshire at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop - and later, the Beatles and Radiohead - all famously pushed at the limits of technical musical production in order to reimagine what music could be.


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  • 01/27/15--01:27: Get on stage with mymeedia!
  • This is a guest blog post written by George Ioannidis, director of IN2 and Maxiculture project partner


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    This is a guest blog written by Dr. Alexander Peine, Assistant Professor at Utrecht University (NL), and Ian Spero, CEO at Creative Skills for Life (UK)

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    This year's Ars Electronica Festival has taken up the theme 'POST-CITY – habitats for the 21st century' and has looked at the question of how current and future technologies will change the role, appearance and functions of our cities, when everything and everybody is connected,  cars drive autonomously, and our homes become ever more stuffed with information technology gadgets.

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    European history is full of people who make a difference by combining artistic and scientific thinking. In the world of music, for instance, Busoni, Russolo, Theremin, Schaeffer, Varèse and Stockhausen expanded the boundaries of the art by exploring the creative possibilities of cutting edge technologies. Daphne Oram and Delia Derbyshire at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop - and later, the Beatles and Radiohead - all famously pushed at the limits of technical musical production in order to reimagine what music could be.

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  • 01/27/15--01:27: Get on stage with mymeedia!
  • This is a guest blog post written by George Ioannidis, director of IN2 and Maxiculture project partner

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    This is a guest blog written by Dr. Alexander Peine, Assistant Professor at Utrecht University (NL), and Ian Spero, CEO at Creative Skills for Life (UK)

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    This year's Ars Electronica Festival has taken up the theme 'POST-CITY – habitats for the 21st century' and has looked at the question of how current and future technologies will change the role, appearance and functions of our cities, when everything and everybody is connected,  cars drive autonomously, and our homes become ever more stuffed with information technology gadgets.

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    European history is full of people who make a difference by combining artistic and scientific thinking. In the world of music, for instance, Busoni, Russolo, Theremin, Schaeffer, Varèse and Stockhausen expanded the boundaries of the art by exploring the creative possibilities of cutting edge technologies. Daphne Oram and Delia Derbyshire at the BBC Radiophonic Workshop - and later, the Beatles and Radiohead - all famously pushed at the limits of technical musical production in order to reimagine what music could be.


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  • 01/27/15--01:27: Get on stage with mymeedia!
  • This is a guest blog post written by George Ioannidis, director of IN2 and Maxiculture project partner


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    This is a guest blog written by Dr. Alexander Peine, Assistant Professor at Utrecht University (NL), and Ian Spero, CEO at Creative Skills for Life (UK)


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    This year's Ars Electronica Festival has taken up the theme 'POST-CITY – habitats for the 21st century' and has looked at the question of how current and future technologies will change the role, appearance and functions of our cities, when everything and everybody is connected,  cars drive autonomously, and our homes become ever more stuffed with information technology gadgets.


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    As a direct spinoff from the EU Roadmap for Music Information Research, Music Tech Fest has become a global platform for innovation, collaboration and research that galvanises and grows Europe's already world-leading music technology ecosystem.

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  • 07/17/16--19:42: Get on stage with mymeedia!
  • How can events capitalise on the effort they are spending on social media? Continue reading and you’ll find a solution proposed by an EU funded project.

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    Innovation of digital technologies and ICTs provide ample opportunities to improve active and healthy ageing, and transform the nature of health care. Most of these innovations, of which myriads are underway, will meet their users at home and in the community. Will they empower European citizens to develop meaningful and creative lives at home well into old age, seizing new opportunities for learning and social engagement? Or will they make homes more like institutions, introducing a medical regime that makes people dependent at home?

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    Will work handled by robots, information on cities and citizens gathered and analysed by intelligent networks and autonomous cars and drones that deliver goods and transport citizens change the notion of what we call 'city'?

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    The i-Treasures project uses advanced ICT technologies to capture, analyse and model Intangible Cultural Heritage resources, enable knowledge exchange between researchers and contribute to the transmission of rare know-how from Living Human Treasures to apprentices.

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    Monitoring of water quality and aquatic ecosystems is crucial to protect fragile marine ecosystems. With EU funding, innovative sub-aquatic and bio-inspired robots have been designed to protect flora and fauna, and monitor the impact of industry and tourism in Venice's fragile underwater world.

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    SMEs, research & technology centres, the European Commission and Member States discuss the way forward for Digital Innovation Hubs.

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    The DSM ecosystem is looking at STARTS – the DSM’s Science, Technology and the Arts Initiative – as a refreshing movement for the integration of digital technologies, e.g. IoT, in everyday life.

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