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    1. DLD Campus 2019
      06/27/2019

      Igniting the entrepreneurial flame

      DLD Campus 2019
      06/27/2019

      Igniting the entrepreneurial flame

      What sets humans apart from robots? How will we feed ourselves, travel and work in the future? As the summer’s biggest heatwave held Germany in its grip, Steffi Czerny, founder of the DLD innovation conference, welcomed students, politicians, economic leaders and digital pioneers to the University of Bayreuth. And they arrived in their droves for the third DLD Campus, swapping 36°C for a 360° view of our society’s latest developments and fresh, inspiring thoughts on the digital future.

      Steffi Czerny opened the conference by telling the students what this future holds, predicting that: “Quantum computing is to the modern day what the internet was in 1995 – don’t underestimate this technology.”

      Technology meets empathy

      Greetings from a possible future came in a video message from “Sophia”, one of the world’s most human robots, who was even granted Saudi Arabian citizenship in 2017. Her inventor, David Hanson, took to the DLD stage to discuss the factors that will ultimately always set humans apart from robots: “Empathy – robots can only imitate human behaviour. But empathy means putting yourself in another person’s shoes and feeling their pain.”

      Politics meets everyday university life

      Judith Gerlach, Bavarian State Minister for Digital Affairs, also attended DLD Campus. She emphasised that women are playing a greater role in the digital world and identified Steffi Czerny as a role model for creating DLD, a source of digital inspiration.

      Criticism came from Katharina Schulze, Green Party chair for Bavaria, who called for both the expansion of digital infrastructure and significant improvements in mobility in rural Bavaria: “If I want to travel from Herrsching to Bayreuth, I have to buy thousands of tickets. One of the machines will usually be broken and then I won’t even be able to buy my ticket through the app because I don’t have a mobile connection.”

      Winning together – losing together

      Founded by Andreas Kunze, Konux aims to make trains more punctual through the use of artificial intelligence. Kunze took part in a panel discussion with J?rg Liebe (Lufthansa), Gudrun Hermann (Tik Tok) and Dirk Treibe (Medi) that asked how Germany will make itself fit for the future. Kunze emphasised that the only way to make digital transformation happen is to involve employees and let them play their part. His motto? “We win together – we lose together”.

      Clear words

      Wolfgang Kerler, co-founder of 1e9, spoke out clearly against Germany’s prevailing pessimism when it comes to technology and the future. “According to the Bloomberg Global Innovations Index, Germany is second after South Korea. The world considers us more innovative than we do ourselves.” He had four career tips for the students in the audience: “Demystify technologies! Don’t let things drive you mad! Develop visions together! And just do it!”

      Food meets future

      “Just doing it” is sometimes easier said than done – particularly when it comes to kicking unhealthy habits like eating too much meat. Everyone is talking about the future of food, and DLD Campus also addressed this topic. Nick Lin-Hi from the University of Vechta put it plainly: “We know that our lifestyle isn’t sustainable. The new generation is a lot more open to new foods. But the mass market isn’t.”

      Silicon Valley meets Bayreuth

      DLD also welcomed philosopher Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht of Stanford University. Born in Franconia, he has been working in Silicon Valley for decades, building bridges between the humanities and sciences. When asked what makes Silicon Valley different to Bayreuth, he replied: “At first glance, it doesn’t look a lot different. But Silicon Valley isn’t a geographical location, it’s a state of mind. The rest of the USA believes that ‘anything is possible’, that anything you can imagine can be achieved. But in Silicon Valley, people say that ‘nothing is impossible’. This includes everything beyond our imaginations – a big difference.”

      Courage and a change of perspective

      “What kind of future do you want to wake up to?” Maks Giordano of Kreait asked the students, continuing: “Visualise your goal and then think backwards – think about the measures you need to take to make it happen.”

      As the day drew to a close, participants continued to mull over everything they had heard as they headed off to network in Bayreuth’s evening sun. The temperature may have cooled a little, but the 360° view of the present and future had certainly fired up many of the students and their entrepreneurial spirit.

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      DLD founder Steffi Czerny together with Bavarian State Minister for Digital Affairs Judith Gerlach ? Dominik Gigler for HBM

      Michael Danzer (University of Bayreuth), Katharina Schulze (Bündnis 90/Die Grünen), Martin Wippermann (Rehau), Martin ?oltés (Evum Motors GmbH) discussed rural mobility with Ute Weiland (Land der Ideen) ? Dominik Gigler for HBM

      Judith Gerlach, Bavarian State Minister for Digital Affairs, spoke to a full audimax in Bayreuth ? Dominik Gigler for HBM

      Robotics expert David Hanson with Jennifer Schenker (The Innovator) ? Dominik Gigler for HBM

      In the exhibition area, students were able to network with companies and find out about career opportunities ? Elias Hassos for HBM

      Patrick Bernau (Frankfurter Allgemeine), Andreas Kunze (KONUX), Dirk Treiber (Medi), J?rg Liebe (Lufthansa), Gudrun Herrmann (Tik Tok) ? Dominik Gigler for HBM

      A special highlight was the speech of Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht, who inspired the students with his lecture ? Dominik Gigler for HBM

      DLD founder Steffi Czerny with Stefan Leible, President of the University of Bayreuth ? Dominik Gigler for HBM

      The DLD Campus VIP Dinner took place in cooperation with the Adalbert-Raps-Stiftung at the Heinersreuther Hof ? Dominik Gigler for HBM

      For a cool head there was icy popcorn, which was cooled down to -190 degrees with the help of nitrogen ? Elias Hassos for HBM

      The colleagues from Burda Recruiting also had a booth at DLD Campus ? Hubert Burda Media

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