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Live webcast from the Turing Festival, Edinburgh 24th Aug.

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webcast2AmbITion Scotland and Interactive Scotland are bringing the Scottish digital, cultural and creative sectors a spectacular line-up of speakers and thought leaders from across the digital spectrum at this year’s Turing Festival.

This year the Interactive Scotland@Turing conference theme is “Our Connected World”. You will hear from a line-up of international speakers who will address the opportunities and key issues facing businesses across a range of areas including the future of platforms, data analytics, the social graph and the emergence of developer tools. The thread running through the day is the wealth of connections and opportunities available around content, data and networks. Everyone who is making and sharing digital content will have something to learn.

 Interactive Scotland@Turing is the main digital conference of the Turing Festival. It has partnered with digital development programme AmbITion Scotland to make the day’s talks accessible to as many as possible – even people who are unable to be there in person.

Where? Register here to watch and interact online

Why? Webcast tickets are FREE. Confirmed speakers include Futurologist Dave Coplin from Microsoft and Richard Ayers, Head of Digital at the British Film Institute, along with a range of speakers on topics such as Big Data, New Media and Connected Content.

When? This is an all day event Friday 24 August 2012. The webcast will cover all sessions (from 9:30–18:30) with short breaks in between.A full agenda will be available on the Turing Festival website 

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