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What can you believe anymore? Social media are full of misinformation and manipulation. DLD speakers explain what could be done. Some solutions lie with us…
“We Have Over-Optimized Our Economy”
In the DLD Sync kick-off session, Oxford economist Carl Benedikt Frey shares his insights on the future of work, automation and the economy after Covid-19.
The Tech Race To Contain Covid-19
Scientists and engineers are working around the clock to make the best of new technologies in fighting Covid-19, the disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 corinavirus.…
Algo Rhythms: How Henrik Schwarz Finds Creativity In Code
When you listen to the new song In Spite of Everything you’ll be hard-pressed to note the presence of a third creator. Officially, the vibrant…
Quick Take: Highlights of DLD20
An astronaut, a Nobel Prize winner, a chess champion, many champions of a sustainable future: Take a look at select videos of DLD20.
Air Taxis: “Our Goal Is To Free the World From Traffic”
Self-driving car pioneer and Kitty Hawk CEO Sebastian Thrun predicts that autonomous air taxis will revolutionize the way we live, commute and travel…
DLD20 Preview: Speakers & Topics
Artificial intelligence, quantum computing, art, creativity, leadership and much, much more. Here’s what to expect at DLD Munich from January 18-20, 2020…
Kai-Fu Lee on AI: “This Is Not A Race of Man Against Machine”
Artificial intelligence is a key technology, often seen as decisive for the future of whole nations: If you know how to build the smartest algorithms…
Kim Polese: “To Unlock AI’s True Potential We Need Systems That Can Explain Their Decisions”
Computers are numbers guys. It took researchers decades to teach machines that can only handle zeros and ones how to deal with the uncertainties of…
The Promises & Perils of Robotics and Automation
Do intelligent robots take over our work? The expectations of the people and the actual reality on this topic are far apart. The renowned US…
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Consumers and investors are forcing companies to act more responsibly. But to really make a difference, impact investing needs transparency, argues Sir Ronald Cohen.