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DLD Munich 24: bridging technology and global progress


DLD Munich 24: bridging technology and global progress
DLD Munich 24: bridging technology and global progress

DLD Munich 24, scheduled from January 11 to 13 at the House of Communication in Munich, is set to host around 200 international speakers. Organized under the theme "Dare to Know," this event, curated by DLD founder Steffi Czerny, aims to explore the relationship between digital life and design.


The conference plans to present an interdisciplinary selection of topics, including AI and machine learning, quantum computing, Web3, robotics, spatial computing, biotechnology, and more. These discussions aim to extend beyond technical advancements, encompassing broader social and geopolitical aspects.


Speakers such as AI scientist Gary Marcus, energy investor Bill Gross, GitHub CEO Thomas Dohmke, and European Parliament Member Eva Maydell are slated to participate. Their discussions are anticipated to provide insights into AI and its implications for future developments.


The conference intends to facilitate discussions about adapting to the realities of AI and its impact on various facets of life and business. The conference aims to serve as a platform for dialogue and shared learning in the context of AI.





DLD Munich 24 is positioned as an event for discussing current and future trends in AI and technology, with a view to understanding their implications and exploring potential pathways for development.


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