Karsten Lemm

Karsten Lemm, journalist, DLD

Journalist

Karsten Lemm is a writer and photographer in Berlin. As Associate Editor for DLD he manages the DLD News website. Previously he was a Senior Editor with WIRED Germany. From 1998 to 2014 he lived in San Francisco, California, as a business and technology correspondent for Stern magazine, which gave him the opportunity to witness the digital revolution from a front-row seat.

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Mattias Ljungman, David Helgason

Boosting Innovation: What’s Next for Europe’s Startup Scene?

Young companies are the lifeblood of a thriving economy, especially in times of rapid change. In this DLD Sync session, investors Mattias Ljungman (Moonfire) and David Helgason (Nordic Makers) assessed the state of Europe’s technology and startup scene, and explored where the greatest opportunities lie. Drawing from their wealth of experience as investors and entrepreneurs,…
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The Breakdown of Trust

A loss of trust in institutions is affecting our beliefs, but why is this happening? We’ve all been there, the moment you find yourself considering, if even for a split second, that a conspiracy theory might just be possible. In this conversation with Rachel Botsman, author and Oxford University Trust Fellow, we discussed what happens to us when…
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Marietje Schaake, Douglas Rushkoff, DLD Sync

Democracy And the Global Economy

This session brought together two of the most highly regarded thought leaders of the digital world to discuss the many challenges that society and business are currently facing – from political instability to recession and the global disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Marietje Schaake, international policy director at Stanford University’s Cyber Policy Center, and…
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Future of Work – What Can History Teach Us About the Impact of Covid-19?

To kick off DLD Sync, we invited Oxford economist Carl Benedikt Frey to put the Covid-19 pandemic in a historical context – especially with regards to jobs and the economy. “The bad news is that the virus, today, has the potential to spread much more quickly because we’re so interconnected”, Frey told us. “The good…
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