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Top research, growing investments and a lively startup culture give Europe a good chance to become an innovation leader. DLD Europe 2020 showed how.
The Future of Human Evolution
Biotechnology promises to revolutionize health and medicine. Harvard geneticist George Church shared his insights in a DLD Sync session with Ellen Jorgensen and Jamie Metzl.
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.…
Coronavirus: Managing A Crisis That Changes Everything
Drowning in news about the Covid-19 pandemic? We’ve created an overview of reliable sources, expert voices, studies and interactive tools. Take a look!
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.
Digital Health: How Brainlab Is Building a “GPS for the Human Body”
Precision medicine needs precise information. By creating 3D image models of patients’ bodies, Brainlab helps surgeons navigate to the right spot. Founder Stefan Vilsmeier explains…
Green Energy’s New Dawn
U.K. startup Bulb is reinventing the energy market by making power from renewable sources cheaper and more accessible. DLD spoke with CEO Hayden Wood.
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…
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