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RIBA's Future Studies Committee is to explore the way in which digital technology can change architecture at a conference on 4 June.The day-long E-Futures Conference will hear from speakers including Bill Mitchell, author of City of Bits and E-Topia, and Hani Rashid of Studio Asymptote, architect and designer of the Virtual Guggenheim. Discussion will range from digital culture to computer-controlled fabrication and rapid processing technologies.

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