The Human and the Machine

Berlin on the 5th of September 2017: The Vodafone Institute together with Editorial Intelligence’s “Networking Nations” and Ipsos, is hosting a one-day symposium.

The Vodafone Institute together with Editorial Intelligence’s “Networking Nations” and Ipsos, is hosting a one-day symposium in Berlin on 5th of September 2017. This is the first in a series of Europe-wide gatherings looking at the implications of the huge tectonic shifts taking place for humans facing the second machine age. The speakers and audience will comprise key invited individuals from across the fields of business, media, culture, policy, academia and digital worlds curated by the global knowledge networking firm Editorial Intelligence.

The Vodafone Institute invites you to join the conversation at this invitation-only event on Tuesday, 5 September 2017. The programme will begin at 9.00 am at the Kunztschule in Berlin and continue with a lunch at the Vodafone Institute (Behrenstraße 18, 10117 Berlin).

For registration or more information, please contact Cilia Kanellopoulos c-c.kanellopoulos@vodafone.com.

Please find the programme attached:

 

Following key speakers will be present:

Pippa Bailey
Head of Innovation IPSOS

Prof. Julia Hobsbawm
Author of Fully Connected: Surviving and Thriving in an Age of Overload

Roly Keating
CEO, British Library

Andrew Keen
Entrepreneur and author

Further speakers to be present:

Tom Adeyoola
Founder, Metail

Sabine Beppler-Spahl
Chair Think Tank Freiblickinstitut

Nancy Birkhoelzer
Managing Partner IXDS

Heiko Fischer
Resourceful Human

Madeleine Hofmann
Founder Generation Y

Matthew Kirk
Chairman, Vodafone Institute for Society & Communications

Dr Hector Martinez
Chief Scientific Officer CELLINK

Niall Murphy
Co-Founder & CEO of Everythng

Ije Nwokorie
Global CEO, Wolff Olins

Mark Taub
Senior Director, R&D, Abbott Labaratories

Theresa Zueger
Doctoral Researcher, Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society

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