Ahead of the European elections, the Vodafone Institute wants to provide a platform for high-level debate and exchange on a vision for a European Union in a digital age with the “Digitising Europe Summit 2019″ on “The Future of ‘Made in Europe’ – Advancing Europe’s vision of a social market economy for a digital age”.
Digitisation – India and China see enormous potential
How do People feel about new technologies? The Vodafone Institute's study in nine countries reveals severe differences.
“Digitisation pays off”
Distributed networks are the future: expert Hartmut Schmeck outlines the energy market of the future at the Digitising Europe Summit.
“It will revolutionize the entire industry”
A steel trader goes digital: Gisbert Rühl brings Klöckner into the gigabit society. At the Digitising Europe Summit the CEO of the Duisburg Group discussed the hurdles and obstacles involved.
The Beginning of a revolution
A "Gigabit pact” between politicians, companies, and banks to provide Germany with a fibre-optic network. Hannes Ametsreiter, CEO of Vodafone Germany, argues in favour at the Digitising Europe Summit.
What robots want to know
Learning robots are fundamentally changing work environments of mankind and machines alike – robotics expert Ken Goldberg gave some insight into this development at the Digitising Europe Summit.
“Not using data is the moral equivalent of burning books”
European centre Brussels saw the second round of "Digitising Europe Initiative" – Journalist Kenneth Cukier pointedly animated the current discussion on the relevance of Big Data.
IT giants Pentland and Keen debate on Big Data
How to reasonably manage Big Data in society? MIT co-founder Alex Pentland and author and internet critic Andrew Keen about benefits and challenges of a 21st century phenomenon.
European dialogue on ethics of Big Data
Vodafone Institute’s "digitising europe initiative", launched in 2014, is entering its second round. Starting in Berlin, the series includes events at several European cities.
Can a robot do my job better than I can?
"Could a robot do my job better than I?" This is a question that gnaws at many of us as robots and computers inexorably develop the skills to work in ways once considered quintessentially human.