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BMW’s Adrian van Hooydonk talks about the car of the future and how the experience of driving will continue to change due to digitization. Automotive design today is at the crossroads. Cars still feature analogue, tactile controls, but we already see a lot of digital elements build into cars enhancing the driving experience. Adrian van ...More
The panel discussion on how digitalization can help refugees was kicked off by Mike Butcher from TechCrunch, who moderated the conversation. Butcher said that increasing humanitarianism also often decreases radicalization. Moved to try to helping Syrian refugees, Butcher ...More
The world’s population continues to grow, ecosystems won’t stop shrinking, our climate is changing – taken together that seems to place us on the cusp of a global food crisis. What does this mean for the future of food? Caleb Harper from MIT delved into this question at DLD16 ...More
Insurances are a very conservative business - not really sexy. But Oliver Bäte tried to gave the audience a deeper understanding of it. Oliver joined the Board of Management of Allianz SE in 2008 as global Chief Operating Officer. On May 6th 2015 he was appointed Chairman of the Board of Management. Everyone in the industry, the government ...More
Miriam Meckel, editor-in-chief of WirtschaftsWoche, is joined by Google’s Philipp Schindler discussing one of the key questions of the conference: What’s next? After a short catch-up – Miriam Meckel and Philipp Schindler have met before in 2007 – Miriam starts her fantastic line-up of questions to Google’s CBO by addressing the company’s ...More
What a funny joke to start the last day of DLD16 with a session about celebrating sleep. Maybe a little bit ironic to call it the Wake-up Call-Session. Are we in the middle of a sleep crisis? Till Roenneberg, Professor for Chronobiology at Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, asked the audience at 9 am after a long DLD party night.More