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The cultural heritage of tomorrow: should we put a limit to the influence that new technologies have on culture and design?

Gianpiero Alfarano; Erika Lascialfari;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2018
  • Publisher: Firenze University Press
  • Country: Italy
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free text keywords: Cultural Heritage, New Technologies, Culture, Design, Emerging technologies, Political science, Environmental ethics, Cultural heritage
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Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage
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