On 12 May 2017 leading computer scientists featured their innovations in keynote speeches and short presentations at Digital Future in Friedrichshain, Berlin.
Celebrating 76 years of computing with the birthday of Konrad Zuses Z3-computer
The Digital Science Match in Berlin as an internationally recognized platform brought more than 45 researchers of Berlin’s scientific institutions and their German and international partners featuring innovation in keynotes and 5-minute presentations in a single day.
Technology entrepreneur and co-founder of Apple Inc, Stephen Wozniak, as well as Chris Sander of the Harvard Medical School and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute were honored as digital pioneers on stage and inducted into the “Hall of Fame of the Digital Age” by an academic jury of the Zuse Institute Berlin.
Digital Science Match is a platform for connecting cutting edge research, high-tech economy, leading young researchers and start-ups. The topics are big data and artificial intelligence, digital sovereignty, digital technologies, predictive simulation and high performance computing. The language of the conference is English.
Stephen Wozniak received the award on the display of an iPhone from Tagesspiegel editor Sebastian Turner and Christof Schütte, the director of the Zuse Institute Berlin, at the Digital Future conference in Berlin-Friedrichshain. Tagesspiegel hosted the event in cooperation with the The Zuse Institute Berlin and the Einstein Center Digital Future.
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