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DLD speaker Rick Smolan and his brother Sandy publish their new film online

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The Human Face of Big Data

THE HUMAN FACE OF BIG DATA examines the promises and perils of an unstoppable force that many believe will have a thousand times greater impact on humanity and civilization than the internet ...

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How Digitalization Helps Refugess

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The panel discussion on how digitalization can help refugees was kicked off by Mike Butcher from TechCrunch, who moderated the conversation. Butcher said that increasing humanitarianism also often ...

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Unmasking Achilles: Today’s Wars & Devastations of Humanity

Nele Mailin Obermüller

Jody Williams, who received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1997 for her work to ban landmines, spoke to Ralph Simon at DLD16 about her work as an activist. “Activism is storytelling. If you don’t tell ...

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Take A Bite – The Future of Food

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Introducing the panel on the future of food, Caleb Harper said that often discussions about food and climate change can be disempowering. They can make us feel as if there’s nothing we can do to ...

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CRISTRYDLD16

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Ocana was a car designer at various companies working on innovative and luxurious vehicles, but it was only after being fired three times from different car companies that Ocana came to realize ...

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Trial Cris

Rachel Swidenbank

Transhumanism may emerge further from its obscure philosophical roots to buzzword status as more public figures identify with the concept. Last year, New York magazine published an in-depth ...

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Reversing Aging: Young Blood

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Eternal youth has been chased by mankind for thousands of years, and so far, our efforts to turn back the clock have remained fruitless. But we seem to be getting closer — humans are living longer ...

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THE VIRUS QUEST

Jeanny Gering
an interview with Alexander S. Kekuléè

Virologist Alexander Kekulé is a specialist in bio-security research. A field that explores how societies can be protected from infectious diseases such as the Ebola virus. Although Kekulé sees ...

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Tech Fosters UK-Israel Relationship

Matthew Gould

Tech has transformed the UK-Israel relationship. The partnership that has developed in recent years between the UK and Israel proves how technology connects nations and people, grows economies, ...

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Q&A With Amazon’s Werner Vogels

Jennifer Schenker

Amazon CTO Werner Vogels is a passionate advocate for the power of the cloud Amazon is working to whip up developer support and get start-ups to use the company’s technology. So this year Amazon ...

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Israel’s Unicorns

Jennifer Schenker

As the Start-up Nation morphs into the scale-up nation, a crop of consumer Internet super stars, and potential Unicorns, is emerging The start-up nation is best known for innovative early-stage ...

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Electric Powered Paper Planes? What's Not To Love?

Ben Rooney

Shai Goitein’s electric-powered paper plane means the world can share his passion for flying Everyone remembers making paper airplanes, typically during a mind-numbing school lesson. Whose heart ...

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Orange Opens Accelerator in Tel Aviv

Jennifer Schenker

Tel Aviv celebrates the opening of one of its newest accelerators, backed by global mobile operator Orange Israel’s attractiveness to foreign tech companies continues with the news that ...

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Israel Raises 6 Times More VC Per Capita Than Germany

Ben Rooney

Israeli start-ups are finding it easier to raise money and land bigger exits At first glance when you compare venture-backed companies in Israel — both in terms of raising money and exits — with ...

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Microsoft Looks To Israel To Lead Cybersecurity

Ben Rooney

Microsoft has based its first global cybersecurity accelerator in Israel. It’s not hard to understand why It is no surprise Microsoft Ventures chose Israel this summer to host its first ...

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