Hay Festival Segovia 2023

Hay Festival Segovia 2023 will run September 14-17. There will also be some events in the run up to the festival.

Tickets are on sale now. Please write entradas@hayfestival.com if you have any doubts with tickets sales.

Futures

Event 7

Inma Ballesteros, Pilar Cortada, Xavier Ginesta, Gustavo Martín Garzo talk to Miquel Molina

Humanism versus technology

Venue: Espacio Fundación Telefónica (Madrid)
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The technological revolution, the climate crisis and the increase in social inequality, phenomena with unprecedented disruptive potential, place education and culture at the center of the debate: only through militant humanism can the negative effects of such transformative technologies be counteracted such as Artificial Intelligence, as well as guaranteeing a reasonably sustainable future. The philosopher Pilar Cortada, director of Eina Obra; the engineer Xavier Ginesta, director of the Conscious Capitalism Foundation; the writer and columnist Gustavo Martín Garzo and the director of Programming of Acción Cultural Española (AC/E), Inma Ballesteros, will talk in a discussion moderated by Miquel Molina, deputy director of La Vanguardia and writer. The event is presented by Sheila Cremaschi, director of the Hay Festival and chosen by Forbes among the 75 Latin women to follow 2024.

Free registration on the Espacio Fundación Telefónica de Madrid website from September 1, 2024

Event in Spanish

Free registration opens on September 1

Event 8

Sara Abad, Pilar Cortada, Xavier Ginesta and Susana Martínez-Conde talk to Mohamed El Amrani

Inauguration of Hay Festival Segovia. The Human at the Centre: Science and Creativity

Venue: IE University. Aula Magna
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In a world where advances in technology will enhance our efficiency and perform many of our tasks for us, creativity and other essentially human skills will become increasingly valuable.

In this inaugural panel the young singer and environmental activist Sara Abad, the Galician neuroscientist, professor and researcher in New York; Susana Martínez-Conde, the pilosopher Pilar Cortada, director of Eina Obra —an initiative aimed at promoting the transition towards socially and ecologically sustainable practices through design and art— and professor at the State University of New York; the author of books on the human essence and technology entrepreneur Xavier Ginesta and other guests will take part in this discussion about the brain and its relationship to creativity along with the winner of the 2014 Princesa de Girona Social Award, Mohamed El Amrani.

There will be a book signing at the end of the event in the room next to the entrance of IE University

Event in Spanish

Price: €9.00 (EUR)

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