Digilogue Summit – Future Tellers’18
19 October 10:00 - 20 October 10:00 - Turkcell Platinum Stage

Held for the third time between October 19 and 20, Digilogue Summit – Future Tellers’18 aims to explore open and closed states of knowledge, creating, learning, algorithms, and data. Bringing together people who create, teach and research in the fields of “New Learning” (Person and/or Machine), “Profiling in the Age of Data”, “Impact of Algorithms on Society and Culture”, and “Privacy and Legal Rights and Freedoms of the User in Digital Realms,” the summit calls for new explorations with a focus on multiple disciplines

The schedule will soon be announced for Digilogue Summit – Future Tellers’18, held at Zorlu Performing Arts Center between October 19 and 20 with a focus on the themes of “Open Source Movement” and “New Learning.”

Turkcell Platinum Stage

Another saloon of Zorlu PSM is the Turkcell Platinum Stage with its natural acoustic feature...

The place takes up a space of 315 m2 in total together with the 156 m2 stage and backstage which has 12 m wideness, 13m depth and 12 m height. It enables entrance to the under stage like the Main Theater. It has the characteristics of a sophisticated theater with its carefully designed audio system which is properly chosen suitable to the natural acoustic. Turkcell Platinum Stage which is equipped with the last technological advances has got unique sound, light and video equipment inside. 

The saloon with 678 seat capacity is formed of balcony and parterre areas.  It has hosted many different works up to now with PSM production and presented in corporation with Talimhane Tiyatrosu such as the "Seni Seviyorum, Mükemmelsin, Şimdi Değiş" musical, the Yoldan Çıkan Oyun theater, as an extraordinary silent theater the "Smashed" show, several native theater groups and the Shakespeare's Globe Theatre which is considered as one of the groups presenting Shakespeare's plays in the best way. Zorlu also met art lovers with many Children's Theaters, many artists such as Fazıl Say, Riff Cohen, Sir James Galway, our young jazz artist Karsu, events and theaters.