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Shaping the Future of Mobility
From autonomous flying to hyperloops – how will the future of mobility look like? Discussing innovative transport concepts, the sharing economy as wells as new possibilities and responsibilities ...
Reconquering values in the light of populism
Enlightenment for humans and robots alike
In the spirit of this year's theme, experimental psychologist and Harvard professor Steven Pinker discussed reconquering values of enlightenment in conversation with journalist Andrian Kreye ...
The European Wild West
“I am so fed up with people migrating to the wild west of the Silicon Valley and then coming back to say Europe sucks. It’s not true!”, says René Obermann. Europe has the opportunity to become the ...
"Uber den Wolken"
Dara Khosrowshahi made a political fashion-statement on stage at DLD Munich 18: The new Uber CEO wore a protest-slogan T-Shirt “We are all dreamers” – an immigrant himself Khosrowshahi wants to ...
E-Baby, E-Government & Education
She not only wants to disrupt her own countrys’ society but the whole regions. Ana Brnabić, prime minister of the Republic of Serbia, has the great vision to lead her country and, as a chain ...
"Time to break up the big four: Amazon, Google, Apple & Facebook"
A cherished DLD tradition and one of the most anticipated lectures every year at the conference is Scott Galloway's morning keynote covering the latest numbers & benchmarks, winners & losers and ...
Two Elephants in the Room
Still reconquering: 365 days later
Four powerful women on the stage at DLD Munich 18: Kara Swisher (ReCode) moderated a passionate and intelligent debate between Miriam Meckel (Wirtschaftswoche), Hilary Rosen (CNN) and journalist ...
"Engineers are the Stars“
As the innovation of technology shows no sign of slowing down, all entrepreneurs must think about what keeps them competitive. Florian Leibert (Mesosphere) hosted the DLD panel about engineering ...
Of Real Planets & Synthetic Cells
One important part of DLD'S DNA are the life sciences. Breaking it down to the essentials, Petra Schwille, Director of Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, works on defining what life actually ...
It’s Okay to Say Vagina
Celmatix, Elvie, Clue, Prelude Fertility – Women’s health tech companies are up and coming. But still, in a men dominated tech- and investment-world, the struggle is real. Ina Fried, chief ...
City of the Future
How will old cities change and new cities be designed at the brink of a new age of smart cities? To Francesca Bria smart cities aren’t about companies providing technologies to cities to make ...
AI - your wingman to success
What would actually happen, if AI would take over your job? A question Pablos Holman, hacker, inventor and futurist, thinks a lot about. People would thrive, is his answer. A lot of them would ...
Learning from startups: Go vertical!
How do we build innovative, commercially viable companies? What are the biggest challenges in scaling a vertical? And what can large, traditional companies learn and adapt from startups? Venture ...
Highlights about Building Community In A Polarized World with Facebook´s Elliot Schrage
“A credible source is not defined by its popularity”
Tech Colonialism: Too much world
Art, culture and design are always important topics at DLD. This year co-founder Steffi Czerny was very happy to welcome Hito Steyerl. The German filmmaker, visual artist, writer and innovator of ...
"Light speed is not fast enough"
Deutsche Telekom's Timotheus Höttges on reconquering connectivity
Advanced digital services require innovative infrastructures and a political environment that allows building them. Timotheus Höttges, CEO of Deutsche Telekom, talks about the missing links for ...
The Feeling Machine
‘Cogito, ergo sum (engl. ‘I think, therefore I am’)’. For decades authors and directors have dreamed about the self-aware machine, letting their imagination run high. With AI-technology fast ...
"AI equals new superpowers for people"
Humans & Machines – Paul Daugherty in conversation with Greg Williams
Without doubt, Artificial Intelligence will impact the way we work and live in the near future. AI applications based on machine learning, neural networks and data, are progressing at a fast pace ...
“Facebook is not the digital wild west!”
Building community in a polarized world
Sunday at DLD Munich started with Elliot Schrage’s for Facebook surprisingly open and self-critical keynote. He is Vice President of Public Policy and Communication at Facebook, where he oversees ...
5 Ways to Fix the Future
Andrew Keen was among the earliest to write about the dangers that the Internet poses to our society and culture. This February the internet critic is publishing his new book „How to Fix The ...
Gabriel pushes Europe to take bigger risks!
One of the early highlights of DLD Munich 2018 was the panel with German Vice-Chancellor and Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel (SPD). He started his speech about Europe’s digital future with a ...
Marc Samwer speaks at the LMU
The Internet Business Cluster e.V. (IBC) will present one of the important minds of the European Internet scene as part of the digital conference DLD Munich 18: Marc Samwer, CEO of Global Founders ...
3 Questions to Hans Ulrich Obrist
Through the history of mankind, courageous artists were at the forefront of paradigm shifts and disruptive upheaval. Being the artistic seismographs of unprecedented societal upbeat and ...
FC Bayern HackDays
From January 19-22, FC Bayern will for the first time host the “FC Bayern HackDays”. In cooperation with FC Bayern, DLD will showcase the concept and result of the club´s first-ever hackathon. The ...