Open Data, Emotional computing, the digital self and the integration of digital technology within our cities are all topics on the agenda for the FutureEverything Festival

Now in it’s 16th year, the recently-renamed FutureEverything Festival will continue to showcase and illuminate creative technologies and digital innovation this coming May in Manchester, UK.

Befitting it’s role in leading Manchester’s recent Open Data revolution, FutureEverything will provide centre stage consideration of Open Data as part of it’s two day conference. Open Data is shifting the digital landscape in a manner comparable to the sea changes which followed in the wake of social media and FutureEverything 2011 offers the means to understand how it will transform the way consumers engage with brands, and the ways citizens engage in local government. The topics under consideration range from the enterprise that can be fomented with open data to what shape algorithm driven journalism will take.

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