Technology surprises us more and more every day with its rapid advancement, sometimes to a point that frightens us. The thought of it one day controlling everything around us is becoming more of a real concern. However, it’s not the technology itself
It is difficult to live with the consequences of our actions and thoughts, especially when they are not what we expected them to be. This is exactly what the principle of accountability entails. It is living in integrity with our thoughts, words,
“Creativity is about challenging the given and creating something parallel to it”. An Interview with Adrián Dozetas.
Fine brush strokes, defined by different colors, exaggerated sketches highlighting attributes or minimalist features evoking fine corners that outline the appearance and essence of a person by the hands of an artist, that is the art of portraiture dating back more than
Over the years in a world that does not stand still, poetry has lost relevance. It has gone from being a historical tool for cunningly and creatively converting discourses, to being reduced to the “clichéd love quotes on Valentine’s Day” by many.
Rethinking Human Interaction, Technology, and Sustainability: An Interview with Marc Teyssier at TedxVienna Untold
Technology has become part of all our routines, cell phones have become an extension of our reach and it is impossible to imagine life without our electronic devices. While all these devices bring us incredible benefits such as global access to all
Discovering the Power of Handwriting and History: An Interview with Sally MacNamara at TEDxVienna UNTOLD
From the first day we came into the world, there is one thing that is certain for the rest of our lives: Like all beings that have evolved, we will also be part of the history of this century. History is that
We are only one week away from the big event. Our team has worked very hard to bring you a wonderful and interesting day! Are you ready? This year’s in-person event will bring together a group of 18 expert thinkers and doers
Can we disconnect ourselves for a moment and live in the real world without checking our electronic devices? The practice of this simple exercise could bring us more than we might think. Every action we take in our daily lives usually brings
We all might know the common stereotypes not only of Colombia but all of Latin America: “People are too dangerous.”, “Women are usually maids.”, “The cliché of narcos”, “good food”, “great dancers”, “poor people”, “corruption”, “inequality”, etc. As a Colombian, I want
One year before finishing school, I started editing videos. It started to become a passion of mine; I would refuse to go to bed before finishing my short films. I started messing up my sleeping schedule, and it slowly converted into my