Technology, man's new friend. Waves. Pangea
Javier Agüera, Vice President of Business Development at Snips; Pablo Vidarte, CEO of Arkyne Technologies & Bioo; Juan Garrigosa, Director of Innovation at Endesa, and Juan López Carretero, Head of Digital M&A at BBVA.
On 23 June 2017, the Rafael del Pino Foundation hosted Waves, an event that brought together the experience of governments and corporations, the vision of new generations and the knowledge of one of the world's most prestigious academic institutions, MIT, to analyse how the digital era is transforming the world and bringing about some of the biggest changes that society is undergoing.
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