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The papers contained in the presented volume, which is a continuation of the publication Education, Culture, and Technologies. Vol. 1, presents views of young researchers, humanists, and artists on education and culture in the context of the digital world and media, that is, from the perspective of cyberculture. In such a perspective, the role of art, both the traditionally considered high art and popular art, influencing people outside the rational argumentation, directly stimulating theirdoi:10.5281/zenodo.6471300 fatcat:pez4zh7bp5ebdol3e7kmmdon64