- Is there really a need for such an exhibition?
- Is architecture appreciated as an art form, in your opinion?
- How would you design a school that appeals to the sense of smell or a hospital that appeals to the sense of touch?
- How and do you think blind people appreciate architecture?
- Can you think of a building or space that connected with you on an emotional level?
- What is the most striking architecture in film, in your experience?
- Speaking of "reimagining architecture", if you could reimagine Shanghai, what would it look like?
- Most modern architecture does nothing for the senses - to what extent do you agree that concrete is just brutal and hideous?
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Provided by Rohan Puri
“Curiosity is the engine of achievement.” ― Ken Robinson
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1. What makes us biased? How would to think differently depending on your culture?
2. What is your opinion on the fact that Google has so much power? Good, bad? Does the fact that google has the decision of the image of a person bring any benefits? Or drawbacks to the society or the person themselves?
3. Do you think internet and search engines has made it more difficult for people to find the knowledge that they desire?
4. How do you think google will use big data? Do you think it will be dangerous to release your personal info?
5. How powerful in your opinion is the internet in the world today? And why?
6. How reliable is the internet in the world today? And why
7. Is the ultimate goal of technology an integration of the human part with the technology Or is it to create more chaos and difficulties to us rather than benefits?
8. As you might have heard about the recent news of anonymous declaring war on ISIS. To what extend do you think the power of technology can be used to escalate or slow down conflicts?
Provided by Isaac Lee.
Provided by Nayan Thakurani.
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