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hub.berlin and the Big Data AI Summit 2019
April 10, 2019 - April 11, 2019
hub.berlin – Europe’s Interactive 2-Day Business Festival for Digital Movers and Makers. Share Knowledge. Connect Minds. Impact Tech.
Share Knowledge. Connect Minds. Impact Tech.
hub.berlin is Europe’s interactive business festival for digital movers and makers.
Located in a unique industrial space, we connect over 5.000 digital avantgardists to pave the way to a digitized future: from developers & designers, CEOs of global companies, outstanding founders, leading opinion formers, scientists and policymakers. With two full days of inspiring lectures, interactive workshops and masterclasses, live tech experiences, digital art, food, drinks and an unforgettable club night we create a vibrant community to shape the digital transformation in Europe!
The Big-Data.AI Summit 2019 (#BAS19) is Europe’s leading summit for artificial intelligence and big data. #BAS19 is shaping up to become a gathering venue for 5,000 like-minded experts and practitioners keen on going beyond the hype and diving into the depths of the big data and AI revolution. Over the course of two days, the summit will feature over 100 presentations, workshops and keynotes. Sessions will focus on three key areas:
- Cross-industry big data and AI strategies, technologies and trends that are advancing the digital transformation of companies.
- Concrete applications of big data and AI in leading industries, like health, finance, and information security.
- Ethical and political questions currently dominating the societal debate on big data and AI.
How can we make creative use of digital technologies instead of just consuming them? How can we grow digital creativity within our society? These and many more questions are addressed by the Digital Arts Lab, a two-day interactive pop-up exhibition presented by Samsung during hub.berlin 2019.
Under the roof of the iconic STATION-Berlin in Kreuzberg 12 Berlin-based digital artists will present their latest works on the verge of art and technology. Among the creatives will be acclaimed individual artists like So Kanno, multiple award-winner at the Japan Media Arts Festival, as well as renowned collectives like the German studio Schnellebuntebilder which became famous for its impressive 3D light installation during the opening of the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg.
The exhibition will be accompanied on both days by lectures in which the artists share their knowledge and offer a peek into their creative processes.
The interactive exhibition and lectures are curated by Retune. Admission and all workshops participations are free of charge.