New Year – New Speakers – New Topics
One of the new speakers on our website is Alexander Görlach, Senior Advisor of Berggruen Institute and author fot the New York Times. From 2010 to 2017 Alexander was visiting scholar at Harvard University and he is founder of the debate-magazine The European. He also is Young Leader of Atlantik Brücke. In his profound speeches, Alenxanders speaks for example about Artificial Intelligence and change. He shows the use of AI and its possible risks and explains that nevertheless the future will be brighter than expected. Another of his topics are the challenges for liberal democracy. At TedxSalon Berlin for example he gave a speech titled “How to save liberal democracy”.
Leo Johnson is also one of the new speakers on our website. In his vivid and entertaining lectures Boris Johnson's brother – who describes himself as the only “non-political part of the family” – speaks about sustainability and future scenarios. By means of numerous amazing and astonishing examples Leo Johnson show how digitisation and disruption lead to change all over the world, Leo Johnson is PwC’s Head of Disruption, co-founder of Sustainable Finance and presenter of BBC4’s “Future Proofing”. There he examines trends and future technologies and shows which will be sustainable and which are only hyped.
Claudia Olssen, who is also one of the new speakers on our website, devotes herself to digital transformation and technology trends. She is Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum and one of the most sought after speakers of Scnadinavia. As founder and CEO of the advisory company Exponential AB she faces global challenges with smart solutions. Thanks to her broad experience it is easy for her to give her audience an understanding of technological change and its consequences.
Another new speaker on our webdite it Dominik Bösl. He is Vice President & Head of Robotics for Festo. Previously he was Senior Corporate Innovation Manager for Kuka. His main topics are robotics and automatization. In his impressing lectures he shows how robots and Artificial Intelligence will not only change the way we work but probably our whole life.