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Dutch

Digital

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2019

 
 

Friday 21st of June

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About

DDD 2019

 

This is the one you

don’t want to miss.

Behind every big change lies a big wonder why. This change, which has a huge impact on economics, society and the way we live, is propelled by anonymous forces and a big pool of solution designers ready to face any wicked problem popping up in days of diffusion. These changemakers, these questioners and solutioners, they work behind the scenes. No-one knows their name. Only their fame. They are the heads, hearts and hands that shaped this digital era worldwide.

The Dutch digital industry is growing big time and working overtime on system changes that truly matter. Once a year, it is time to shine, to share and to cheer.. At Dutch Digital Day, the entire industry gets their injection of next-level inspiration. Talent and masterminds gather for interactive sessions, keynote speakers, performances, pilot projects, mind-blowing cases, moral discussions (Black Mirror, we are watching you…) and innovation in the making. Friday 21th June, it will be DDD again. Meet: the makers. Don’t miss out.


LAST YEAR'S SPEAKERS

 

THE LINE-UP FROM 2018

 
 
 

Neil Harbisson

 

The Renaissance of our Species

 
 

Neil Harbison's talk last year, explored how taking an active part in our own biological evolution is no longer a theory, but an option. Becoming technology, instead of using or wearing technology, opens up the possibility of having additional organs and senses beyond the ones confined to our species.

 
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Thijs Van Vuure

 
 

What is it Like to Be a Bird?

 

Thijs van Vuure’s childhood dream was to become a bird. In his quest to fulfill this dream he started the project ‘What is it Like to Be a Bird?’. Thijs' talk explored the boundaries between bird-ness and human-ness, and how these seemingly uncrossable borders can be dissolved by simple permutations.

 
 
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Nell Watson

 

The emerging field of machine ethics

 
 

The emerging field of machine ethics offers a revolution in how ethical analyses and transactions can occur. By making ethical decisions computable, we can give a sense of morality to machine intelligence. Learn how we can best program these fuzzy aspects of ‘humanity’ into machine intelligence, in a way which respects differences of opinion and creeds, and yet provides adequate protection for humans and machines.

 
 
 
 
 

Aernoud Bourdrez

 
 

Think like a lawyer, don't act like one

 

By showcasing iconic and hilarious examples of politics, sports and public life, Bourdrez showed us how conflicts arise and can be recognized by the same characteristics over and over again. If you recognize these patterns, you will be able to break through the pattern and solve the conflict. Bourdrez succesfully handled conflicts in more than 40 countries.

 
 
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Leon Spikker

 

Robotic fabrication in architecture

 
 

Léon Spikker is co-founder and architect at Studio RAP (Robotics Architecture Production). By merging design with production, they're making buildings that are as efficient as they are beautiful. Léon explained their journey as a start-up, the projects they've been building and the vision they're pursuing in his talk.

 

Schedule 

 

What you want,

When you want it

 
 
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13:00

 

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Intro

Welcome at Dutch Digital Day

 
 
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13:30

 

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Intro

Opening Dutch Digital Day by moderator Jim Stolze

 
 

18:00

 

drinks

 

Drinks

Drinks & food

 

Past Editions

 

Have a look at

What ddd is like

 
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Sponsors

 
 
 

Friends

 
 
 

Partners

 
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Dutch

Digital

Day

 

2019

 
 

Friday 21st of June

Get your early bird

tickets: