The screen till now is the dominant paradigm of interacting with digital technology.
But interacting with digital technology is becoming complex than ever. On one hand the screen is getting smaller, and on the other the underlying technology driving screen based interaction is getting larger and complex. Algorithms, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence are driving most of our day-to-day interaction with digital technology.
Furthermore, digital technology is also made available in modes that do not need a screen to interact with. Tangible, physical, audio and aural modes of interacting are becoming more pervasive.
Join us for these in-depth conversations at the conference.
We are expecting some interesting conversations to open up a new discourse around the following questions-
What are the possibilities and implications of the moves - beyond and behind the screen - for the socio-cultural contexts of India?
How do we explore the possibilities and potentials offered by the shifts in technologies and shape them to benefit the larger public of India?
What research methodologies do we need to adopt, adapt, and invent?
How do we educate and train young Indian practitioners to address, explore, and shape the emerging discourse?