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Theme: Technology X Humanity

This event occurred on
March 26, 2024
Samut Prakan, Samut Prakan

Our generation grew up during the time that technology was evolving from being inhuman to having human-like qualities. Recognizing this fact, this event will reflect that our generation has had to learn to adapt to the changes in technology by making the most out of it while not losing our humanity to it.

We will delve into the intersection of "Technology x Humanity." The 'x' here symbolizes multiplication, reflecting the exponential impact technology has on our lives. In this fast-changing era, we understand that technology brings both blessings and challenges.

We recognize that the healthiest mindset to navigate the technology landscape is to understand what lies within our control. Today, our speakers will share insights and experiences that shed light on this theme. we will help you build a perspective on how individuals can navigate society in a way that lets technology multiply the best of our humanity.

The American School of Bangkok Green Valley Campus
900 Moo 3 Bangna-Trad Road Km. 15, Bangplee, Samut Prakan 10540
Samut Prakan, Samut Prakan, 10540
Event type:
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Organizing team


Bangkok, Thailand


Bangkok, Thailand