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What’s happening at Hubweek on Thursday

Shipping containers were being prepared on Boston City Hall Plaza on Wednesday. Artist David Teng-Olsen of Boston paints his artwork on the side of the container.

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Shipping containers were being prepared on Boston City Hall Plaza on Wednesday. Artist David Teng-Olsen of Boston paints his artwork on the side of the container.

Day Three of Boston’s HUBweek festival features a wide range of events dedicated to innovation in science, technology, and the arts. Here are a few highlights:

Future Forum: “Watching Over You,” 11:30 a.m., 1 City Hall Square (Blue Dome): International security analyst Juliette Kayyem, Mass General Hospital chief medical officer Dr. O’Neil Britton, and Cybereason CISO Israel Barak discuss cybersecurity and privacy in this 45-minute panel moderated by Wired Magazine writer Emily Dreyfuss. Requires one-day HUBweek Insider Day Pass, $100, which provides access to all Thursday’s Future Forum events, plus many other events. Registration required.

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MIT IDE Inclusive Innovation Challenge Celebration, 6 p.m., The Hub, 1 City Hall Square: In this evening gala event hosted by the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy, the focus will be on helping to ensure that future digital progress benefits everyone. Speakers include Alphabet Inc. executive chairman Eric Schmidt, Care.com founder and CEO Sheila Marcelo, and Leila Janah, founder and CEO of Sama Group and LXMI. Free, registration required.

“HUBweek Party: Live Silent Disco,” 7 p.m., The Hub, 1 City Hall Square: DJ Savuth, DJ Candy Raine, and Bobby Renteria lead this unique musical get-together, in which attendees are given wireless headphones that can be tuned to one of the designated channels. Hosted by HUBweek in partnership with the Boston Art and Music Soul (BAMS) Fest. $25, registration required.

Dugan Arnett can be reached at dugan.arnett@globe.com.
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