DATE: October 23 – 24, 2014.
VENUE: Mykolas Romeris University, Ateities str. 20, Vilnius, Lithuania
Following the internet design, societies, organizations and movements have evolved from bureaucratic/centralized to both decentralized and distributed networks that have started to impact business, governments and our societies at large. Social Technologies is an interdisciplinary research field, which focuses on applying information, communication and emerging technologies to serve society goals. We define Social Technologies as all technologies used by people to serve society goals.
SPECIAL TOPIC OF THE CONFERENCE:
Social Technologies and Collective Intelligence
• Social Technologies for Internet enabled future society.
• Technologies for developing Breakthrough innovations.
• Creative Technologies for smart growth and social cohesion.
• Educational Technologies for new learning environments.
• Regulatory framework for Social Technologies.
Organized together with the international academic conference Social Innovations: Theoretical and Practical Insights
Organized in framework of the project “Influence of Social Technologies on the Development of Collective Intelligence in Networked Society”. Project funded from EU programme Human Resources Development Operational Programme Priority Strengthening of Capacities of Researchers and Scientists, project No. VP1-3.1-ŠMM-07-K-03-030.
Event type International
Event theme: Social Sciences
Event starts: 2014-10-23
Registration ends: 2014-10-10
Abstract submision ends: 2014-09-20
Article submition ends: 2014-10-10
Event streams (themes):
Special topic: Social Technologies and Collective Intelligence
Social Technologies for Internet enabled future society
Technologies for developing Breakthrough innovations
Creative Technologies for smart growth and social cohesion
Educational Technologies for new learning environments
Regulatory framework for Social Technologies
Speaker fee: 50 EUR - 150 EUR EUR
Participant fee: 50 EUR - 150 EUR EUR
Additional payment information:- The early registration (before October 10, 2014) – 150 EUR