A Transatlantic Dialogue on Data-Driven Innovation
|08:30||Registration with light refreshments and networking|
|08:50||Welcome remarks by DWIH and GACC NY|
|09:00||Keynote by Volker Bouffier, State Minister
of the State of Hessen
|09:10||Panel discussion on the challenges and opportunities
of data-driven innovation
|10:00||Networking between US and German participants|
Prof. Dr. Andreas Hackethal, Faculty of
Economics and Business Administration,
Goethe University Frankfurt
David Dabscheck, Founder, Giant Innovation,
Adj. Professor, Columbia University
Prof. Dr. Kristina Sinemus, Minister for
Digital Strategy and Development, Hessen
André König, CEO, Estrapadus
Moderator: Katrin Zimmermann, Director New York, TLGG
Data-driven technology has already begun upending the way we do business, science, and how we communicate in the 21st century. Much like crude oil in past industrial and technological revolutions, data has become a coveted resource that requires extraction and refinement. Concerns about privacy and security seem to conflict with the vast potential for technological and scientific innovation. As with historical paradigm shifts, data-driven innovation demands a new way of thinking and increased international and intersectoral collaboration.
The German American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. and the German Center for Research and Innovation (DWIH) New York invite you to a panel discussion and networking event, which will be opened by Volker Bouffier, Minister President of the State of Hessen. A visiting German delegation from the state of Hessen of targeted experts will provide US-based attendees a prime opportunity to network and exchange.
Bringing together academics, industry professionals, regulators and technology partners from both sides of the Atlantic, the event will highlight successful use cases of data-driven tech and forecast the future of industry and science in the age of digital innovation.