Andrian Kreye is Editor-at-Large at Süddeutsche Zeitung. Before he returned to his hometown Munich he was based in New York. As a correspondent in the U.S. he followed digital life’s rise from a subculture in the 1980s to becoming a political and social game changer.
Future Cities: The Intersection of the Natural And the Artificial
The corona pandemic has been a unique experiment to test the value of social networks and in-person meetings. In this DLD22 discussion, architect and MIT researcher Carlo Ratti and journalist Andrian Kreye (Süddeutsche Zeitung) explore why cities are essential to society, creativity and the future of work. “Just two years ago, everybody was saying, ‘Cities…More
The View From Mosul Eye: How To Teach Citizen Journalism
The Internet and social media have led to a new type of journalism called “citizen journalism”. This DLD Munich session brings together two outstanding citizen journalists – Agatha Gorski (Shadows Project) and Omar Mohammed (Mosul Eye) – in conversation with Andrian Kreye, Editor-at-Large at Süddeutsche Zeitung. Citizen journalists typically publish their work outside of the…More
Surveillance Capitalism: Do We Need A New Social Contract?
How can we reap the benefits of social media, and being connected, without surrendering all control to the digital giants who own the platforms? This is one of the key questions that Süddeutsche Zeitung Editor-at-Large Andrian Kreye discusses with Iyad Rahwan, director of the Center for Humans & Machines at the Max Planck Institute for…More
Democracy & Free Speech in the Digital Age
What responsibility do social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have when it comes to content moderation, fighting disinformation and protecting democracy? That’s the core subject of this DLD Munich panel discussion with Maria Ressa (Rappler.com), Sinan Aral (MIT Sloan School of Management) and Peter Sunde Kolmisoppi (Pirate Bay), moderated by Andrian Kreye (Süddeutsche…More
Green Mobility: Powering the Future of Work And Travel
New technologies make flying and driving more sustainable – offering eco-friendly solutions for growing cities, business commutes and vacations free of flight shame.More
The Art of Planetary Storytelling
Discover highlights from our arts and culture talks at DLD All Stars, with international top speakers from culture, science, politics and business…More
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) at DLD18. In his upcoming book “Enlightenment Now”, Steven makes a case for the values and achievements of enlightenment: reason, science, humanism, and progress –…More