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It's a MAD, MAD, MAD Cyber World

Rod Beckstrom

The Internet is history’s biggest and most complex system but it wasn’t designed for security. It was intended to be open and engaging - a platform for sharing and collaboration that was ...

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Wearable Electromagnetic Kicks for your Performance

Lukas Kubina
Interview with Amol Sarva

„Fire, flash, fling, flower, fun, fast, flex, floor, fish, find, focus...“ Amol Sarva is playing a recording of his results in a verbal intelligence test. With Halo, the entrepreneur and science ...

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The World Mind That Came In From The Counterculture


Jordan Mejias

Be imaginative, exciting, compelling, inspiring: That's what John Brockman expects of himself and others. Arguably, the planet's most important literary agent, Brockman brings its cyber elite ...

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OrCam - Disrupting Limited Vision

Yonatan Wexler

The NYT tech columnist Nick Bilton announced that 2014 is going to be the year of wearables. And we believe he's right. The last years brough us playful gadgets like Jawbone's UP or Nike's Fuel. ...

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Compassion

Tania Singer
Bridging Practice and Science

Questions about the difference between empathy and compassion, or about whether compassion can be trained, are now answered by a newly published eBook and film. A Christmas Treat from Tania Singer ...

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The Modern Women Paradox

Annalisa Jenkins

As Head of Global Development and Medical for Merck Germany, my responsibility is to advance our pipeline, focusing on efficacy, safety, and differentiation, so that we can deliver meaningful ...

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Augmented Shopping - Interview with Scott Galoway

Karen Khurana

Today's brands have to deal with increasingly well-informed consumers. While the majority of products is still purchased at local stores, more and more people search for those products online and ...

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Life, Science and Intelligent Birds - An Interview with Auguste von Bayern

Lukas Kubina

Auguste von Bayern is scientist at the Zoology Department of Oxford University, specialized in comparative cognition and the mind and intelligence of crows and parrots. The goal of her research is ...

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How Joy is Protecting the World

Another one of these preachers trying to persuade us to stop eating animals? Yawn. But wait a minute, this one comes with a new concept: “Carnism” is derived from the Latin word “caro” meaning ...

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The Powers of Coding – An interview with She++

Karen Khurana

While technology has an increasing impact on our daily lives from social relationships to politics, female computer scientists actively influencing these developments are still in short supply. ...

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Now or Never - How Taking Risks Can Change Your Life

What do Sydney, Buenos Aires, Mumbai, Shanghai, Honolulu, San Francisco, London, Copenhagen, Barcelona, Tel Aviv, Addis Abeba and Havanna have in common? Journalist and writer Meike Winnemuth has ...

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Reaching Out and Doubling Business

Jeanny Gering

Imagine the population of a city the size of Munich, multiply it by five, now think of those five Million people as women. Imagine all these women are spread across the globe, in many different ...

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CULA Revisited - A Tea Set Designed by Olaf Nicolai

Lukas Kubina

Tea time in style. Olaf Nicolai premiered working with porcelain for the historic Nymphenburg manufactory in 2010. As the DLDw13 is taking place in this magic setting, it's time to revisit their ...

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Prototypes of a Networked Society

I am very much looking forward to joining the DLD Women conference this year – and I am quite interested in the topic of young women & the Internet. As a design researcher, one of my research ...

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How Business and Philanthropy Merge to Empower

(Lacking) Corporate Social Responsibility by global companies recently has gained infamous attention through the collapse of a factory building in Dhaka, Bangladesh, in April this year. Most of ...

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