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Can Robots Kill Capitalism?

Opublikowano:May 6, 2017 Autor: Sylwia G

On 6th Feb. 2016 Paul Mason, a journalist and a broadcaster, gave a talk on Information Technology in Capitalism at the University of Sydney. He is also an author of latest best-selling book PostCapitalism: A Guide to Our Future. He gave a few insights into the phenomenon of information, which is subject to reproduction at zero […]

LANTERN ART at Chinese New Year Festival, Sydney

Opublikowano:May 6, 2017 Autor: Sylwia G

“Visitors will follow the Lunar Lanterns trail around Circular Quay from the Sydney Opera House to Dawes Point. Australian Chinese artists have designed 12 spectacular zodiac animal lanterns varying in size up to 10m high that will line the foreshore throughout the festival. The City will collaborate with principal partner Westpac to welcome the Year […]

IIP establishes cooperation with GeoITHub, INDIA

Opublikowano:May 6, 2017 Autor: Sylwia G

GeoITHub is an open platform for everyone, including GIS Professionals, Developers, Bloggers, Educationalists and Consultants, where information related to the fusion of GIS with Information Technology can be shared. Platform discusses the tool and technology available for Geographical Information System, IT systems like Business Intelligence, ERP, CRM and Mobile Applications also. Our endeavors: Spread awareness […]

Law and Art: Vernon Ah Kee’s exhibition at Sydney Festival 2017

Opublikowano:May 6, 2017 Autor: Sylwia G

ABORIGINAL RIGHTS: Part II National Art School Gallery presents the key works from over a decade of Vernon Ah Kee’s multi-faceted career. The Year 2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the 1967 referendum in Australia, which recognised Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders as people and included them in census. When this artist was born in […]

Sydney: from 1967 to 2067. Law and arts entwined together forever

Opublikowano:February 23, 2017 Autor: Sylwia G

ABORIGINAL RIGHTS, 18/01/2017 Sidney From 1967 to 2067 was a forum reflecting on the changes over the last 50 years since the 1967 Referendum that proposed to improve the place in INDIGENOUS PEOPLE in Australia and was supported by 90.77% of Australians. The panel was invited to look to the next 50 years to predict […]

Talking Dance: How to create a Pathway for a Choreographic Work (Sydney Festival’17)

Opublikowano:January 15, 2017 Autor: Sylwia G

On 15 January 2017 in Carriageworks (Sydney) a number of experts gave fascinating insights into the creative work of choreographer. Contributing artists Jala Adolphus (Ekosdance), Juliette Barton (Sydney Dance Company), Amber Haines (DanceNorth), Amrita Hepi (Independent) and Miranda Wheen (Champions). See more at: http://www.sydneyfestival.org.au/2017/talking-dance-beyond IIP was there!!

Summer Nights under the Stars (Sydney Festival’17)

Opublikowano:January 15, 2017 Autor: Sylwia G

Symphony under the stars !! Adams: Short Ride in a Fast Machine Mozart: Sinfonia concertante (featuring violin soloist Andrew Haveron and viola solist Tobias Breider) Elgar: Enigma Variations Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture Conducted by Nicholas Carter IIP was there!!

UTS: burning love for Talking Culture (Sydney Festival’17)

Opublikowano:January 15, 2017 Autor: Sylwia G

Talking Culture is a forum inspired by Sydney Festiva’s Bayala: Let’s Speak Sydney Language project which celebrates the Indigenous heritage of Sydney and the growing movement to awaken local language. Speakers explored the cultural action by communities to share Indigenous Knowledge on an every basis. IIP was there !!

Digital Enablement – take a note

Opublikowano:December 5, 2016 Autor: M J

Thanks to the courtesy of the organizers the IIP had the chance to rethink the future trends in business, law and economics. Among others: – research: too little digital nonsense but too little basic functionality – research: is it ok for you to get out of your comfort zone and go into the field to […]

Translational research to transformative research, UNSW

Opublikowano:November 29, 2016 Autor: M J

On 29th Nov IIP has attended the lecture held by Dr Abdul Ghaffar “Why systems research is more relevant than ever” from the UN WHO at UNSW. He explained extensively how the research stream should look like in the upcoming shift of our thinking. He pointed that these days there is no “single hero” pattern […]







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