Sally Wyatt speaking during Berlin Science Week, on 5 November

Berlin Science Week (1-10 November) brings together people from around the world in an effort to bring science and society together. Sally Wyatt has been invited to take part in an afternoon session on 5 November, to be held at the Dutch embassy in Berlin. The session will focus on the ‘future of a data-driven society’, and will include colleagues from the Netherlands and Germany.

Berlin Science Week features many sessions over a ten-day period – from blockchain to interdisciplinarity to visual storytelling in science, and much, much more.

The session in which Sally Wyatt will contribute explores the use of data, driving many new developments in our society. Industry, healthcare, information services and many other aspects of our daily life are changing rapidly due to new data technologies like artificial intelligence and computing. As these changes do not stop at borders between countries, it is essential to engage in an international debate to learn from each other, and that is why this event will bring together speakers from The Netherlands and Germany. To create an interesting discussion, speakers from different disciplines, both advocates as well as critics of the digital society, will take part.

After the presentations there will be an interactive discussion with the audience and a network reception.

If you happen to be in Berlin, you are very welcome to attend. Participation is free of charge but you do need to register.

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