What challenges does the shift in media carry with it? For the fourth year in a row now, the MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin took place in cooperation with re:publica and offered media makers a platform for exchanging ideas.
Industry 4.0, big data, digital leadership, Internet of Things, digital transformation – the stream of buzzwords is endless. The Business & Work track discussed to which extent new technologies really are changing the world of work, and what effects on daily life within the work context. A look back.
Laser your own speakers or make your necklace and its 3D-printed pendant glow? Get your own personal message on a bag, so that it can be carried out into the world? As crazy as some of these examples may sound, they all became a reality within the scope of the #FASHIONTECH LAB BERLIN at the #rp17 Makerspace.
The relationship between science and fiction, technology and utopia, was the subject of many sessions at the re:publica. Speakers and visitors put their heads together to come up with strategies on how to bring the visions of science and fiction closer to a broader audience.
The re:publica team invites you to join them for the round table in Dublin. Come to the kick-off for the second #rpDUB in Ireland. We want to hear your feedback, your opinions, your ideas!
For five years now, it’s been all about getting hands on at the Global Innovation Gathering (GIG) makerspace: upcycling workshops and a mobile makerspace were just some of the GIG highlights at re:publica 2017.
Gia sou Thessaloniki! The re:publica team invites you to join them for the first round table. Come to the kick-off for the first re:publica in Thessaloniki on 29 May 2017 in Greece.
Our Digitizing the Greenery programme continues! You cannot be there? Follow our livestream and join us to the second symposium of the "Digitalization in the Green" event "Welcome to Suburbia - Building bridges between Sub & Urban Space" at Wolkenhain.
And there she goes! Once again, the re:publica 2017 offered you a huge, diverse and colourful programme. Over the next weeks and months you'll have all the time in the world to revisit our eleventh conference through videos, pictures and written articles.
Podcasts, blogs and vlogs: the alternatives to the classic media formats have long established themselves as serious competition for commercial and public broadcasting. The re:blog track discussed the possibilities and formats on offer and why they still haven’t realised their full potential. A review.
Electrodes in the head, sensors in the vagina and always the fear of data theft: in the track re:health, speakers talk about the opportunities and threats of digitalisation for our health. A re:view.
Our media partner dctp.tv was busy at the re:publica. Over the course of the three days, they produced 26 video interviews on-location in their #rp17 studio. The #rp17 speakers Andreas May, Nelly Ben Hayoun and Elisabeth Wehling were among the people who stopped by for a talk.