Are you intrigued by the communication and technology debates? Tonight at MK Gallery you can enjoy an informative discussion which explores how to make Milton Keynes a well-connected city, and how it needs to respond to the potential of communication information technology. The talk is titled; 'The future of city debate: Connected Lifestyles' and is presented by the Fred Roche Foundation.
Due to changing patterns and behaviour, new ways to access the city's everyday needs need to be explored, and this is what this debate aims to do, alongside stimulating creative discussion and debate around subjects which are key to the growth and vitality of Milton Keynes.
Milton Keynes is a place which is often at the forefront of new ideas, with the soon to be introduced driverless cars and the new electric buses, it is a key place for welcoming new and improved methods of communication technology.
The evening includes a number of speakers from some key positions, including Tim Stonor from Space Syntax, Rick Robinson executive architect, Smarter Cities IBM UK and Professor John Worthington, co-founder of DEGW and Director of the Academy of Urbanism.
Join these experts as they discuss the communication and technology of our city. Doors open at 7.30pm and it's a free event, although pre-booking is essential, click here to book.