Mr. Ershadul Hoque, the Founder and CEO of Riseup Labs, has joined as a guest speaker of a discussion at Dhaka Lit Fest 2023. He gave a speech on ‘The Next Big Thing and Beyond’ on Information Technology, AR/VR, Metaverse, AI, and Web 3.0.

From 5th to 8th January 2023 ‘Dhaka Lit Fest 2023’ was organized at the Bangla Academy premises. After three years this fest is back again to present the Bangladeshi literary culture.

Discussion, Music Performance, Film Screening, Spiritual Songs, Children’s storytelling, Children’s Puppet Show, Recitation, Performance and Book Launch, Panel and Demo, and many more sessions and programs were arranged at the Dhaka Lit Fest 2023.

The Next Big Thing and Beyond [ Speech of Mr. Ershadul Hoque ]

Mr. Ershadul Hoque, Founder and CEO of Riseup Labs, taking a session on ‘The Next Big Thing and Beyond’

On 7th January 2023, Mr. Ershadul Hoque took a session on ‘The Next Big Thing and Beyond’. Tanmoy Basak, the co-founder of Headless Technologies Limited, and Md Miftah Uddin, an entrepreneur, and IT enthusiast were also present with him. He discussed the top four emerging careers in Information Technology, AR/VR, Metaverse, AI, and Web 3.0.

The future is changing. Information Technology, AR, VR, Metaverse, AI, Robotics, and Web 3.0 is changing the world. Workplaces are adopting these technologies to bring out better performance to be successful. These technoligies will understand our ideas, replicate the procedures, and develop breakthroughs faster than humans ever could.

The best part is that the ‘future’ is already here. Tech geeks of Bangladesh are working on that along with the international companies. They are bringing and implimenting these to their workplaces. So, it’s a big opportunity for the young generation.

Ershadul Hoque, Founder & CEO of Riseup Labs

About Dhaka Lit Fest

Dhaka Lit Fest

Dhaka Lit Fest began in 2011 with the commitment to promoting Dhaka and Bangladeshi literature and culture to the world.

The festival is focused primarily on literature but embraces culture and ideas more broadly, generating discussions on a wide array of topics: fiction and literary non-fiction to history, politics, and society; poetry and translations; science and mathematics; philosophy and religion.

About 400 participants representing over 50 countries have been part of DLF, including VS Naipaul, Adonis, Vikram Seth, Tariq Ali, Ahdaf Soueif, William Dalrymple, Nayantara Sahgal, Tilda Swinton, Shashi Tharoor, Shobha De, Nandita Das, Vijay Seshadri, and Mohammed Hanif. Stalwarts of Bangla literature, Syed Shamsul Huq, Hasan Azizul Huq, Selina Hossain, Debesh Roy, Nirmalendu Goon, Joy Goswami, Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay, and others, have also, of course, graced the stage.

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