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Before everybody does the same…A couple of areas, where we need new ideas to make the digital transformation a success.

Hertie School of Governance

Thomas Losse-Müller

Before everybody does the same…A couple of areas, where we need new ideas to make the digital transformation a success.

The digital transformation is entering a phase, in which we need more than a few lines of smart code, data skills and apps funded by advertising to be successful. The next generation of innovation will have to create sustainable change to make the digital transformation a success. We need to be more demanding of technology and in the application of technology. It is not enough to call for humanity and societies to become more tech-compatible. This talk will discuss some of the key challenges and areas where complex innovations are needed at the intersection of digital technology and economic and social structures processes. It will ask how smart cities become more than just optimized traffic flows, how robots and humans could cooperate better, how coding becomes an everyday skill, how data can be governed without destroying privacy, what social norms are needed for the singularity and how we could build a big data business model beyond selling commercials.

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Hertie School of Governance

The Hertie School of Governance is a private university based in Berlin, Germany, accredited by the state and the German Science Council. It prepares exceptional students for leadership positions in government, business, and civil society. Interdisciplinary and practice-oriented teaching, first-class research and an extensive international network set the Hertie School apart and position it as an ambassador of good governance, characterised by public debate and engagement. Our motto is “Understand today. Shape tomorrow“.