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Life & Science

Esther Perel, DLD New York

The Future of Love

Esther Perel is recognized as one of today’s most insightful and original voices on modern relationships. With her podcast “Where Should We Begin?” the Belgian psychotherapist invites the listener into her…
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Mary Lou Jepsen, DLD

Pioneering Health Care Technology

Mary Lou Jepsen surely deserves to be called a technology pioneer. Most recently, she was an engineering executive at Facebook working on its Oculus virtual reality gear; before that she spent…
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Steven Pinker, Harvard, DLD conference

Reconquering Values in the Light of Populism

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 (Süddeutsche Zeitung) and philosophy professor Julian Nida-Rümelin (LMU Munich)…
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Petra Schwille, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry

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 the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, works on defining what…
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oram Völklein (Kochbank), Manfred Krischke (CloudEO), Aurelie Shaprio (WWF), Zac Manchester (Stanford University)

Data Collected by Butterflies

Localising forest fires, estimating biomass or carbon storage – analyzing the quality of habitants for certain animal species. All that is possible thanks to remote sensing and essential for organizations…
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Discover DLD Talks

Werner Vogels, Amazon, cloud computing, space exploration, Jennifer Schenker, DLD, video, talk
The new space race would be quite a slog without cloud computing, as Amazon CTO Werner Vogels illustrates in this engaging DLD Summer talk with Jennifer Schenker, Editor of The Innovator. Many industry players, from NASA to startups, rely on smart data…
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Panel discussion at DLD Munich with Sebastian Wossagk, Acton Capital Partners; Hedi Mardisoo, Cachet; Eimantas Sabaliauskas, Nord Security; and Martin Koiva, Klaus
Since regaining their independence in 1991, the Baltic states have undergone a deep transformation – pioneering the concept of a fully digital society. Estonia is a prime example. Its e-government concept allows citizens perform almost all their official duties online. The country…
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