To link your Twitter account with your DLD profile, we need you to enter your DLD Email and Password. You only do this once.
To link your Facebook account with your DLD profile, we need you to enter your DLD Email and Password. You only do this once.
Smart bikes, automization in buildings, faster infrastructures and an increasing number of connected devices. How will living in cities change in the near future? Andrian Kreye (Sueddeutsche Zeitung) talks with Assaf Biderman (MIT Lab / Superpedestrian), Claudia Nemat (Deutsche Telekom) and Niko Mohr (MCKinsey). “Cities have long been places ...More
Wired’s Greg Williams is joined by Joern Leogrande (Wirecard), Juergen Schmidhuber (AI Lab IDSIA) and Alexander del Toro Barba (VisualVest) to talk about the advances of artificial intelligence and its impact on the financial sector. How is artificial intelligence impacting fintech? While artificial intelligence and machine learning are not ...More
Communication is key. That is something Peter Hopwood knows best! He´s a communication expert helping companies, professionals and startups to confidently communicate with impact. Whether it’s about giving a presentation, pitching your startup idea or simply bringing across ...More
The workshop is led by Daniel Ramamoorthy, founder & CEO of Treehouse. To discuss how startups and corporations can complement each other, he is joined by Sven Scheuble (Siemens), Felix Reinshagen (NavVis) and Daniel Strohmayr (Tecterion). The workshop starts of trying ...More
The startup and investment culture in Germany and Europe in general is, compared to the United States, still lagging behind. Silicon Valley is still the place where the decisions are made. On stage were Neil Parikh (Casper), Cyriac Roeding (Shopkick), Sascha van Holt (Seven ...More
Hello New York! Welcome back to DLDnyc and let's start the second day with some really important questions: Why do we so often fail to act in our own best interest? And what are the forces that influence our behavior? And most crucial: why we promise to skip the chocolate cake, only to find ourselves drooling our way into temptation when ...More