Berlin (GER), February 2018 - On 14 May 2018, the fourth Digital Future Science Match will be held in Berlin, Germany. The event is an international digital conference held in Berlin every spring in honour of the invention of the Z3 computer by Konrad Zuse in May 1941.
The Digital Future Science Match has a distinguished record in bringing together many speakers with excellent scientific credentials. In this year’s keynote speeches and five-minute short presentations, around fifty leading academics will be presenting the latest research findings and their visions for a digital future. About 1,000 delegates from science, industry, and politics are expected to attend. The conference language is English.
Tribute will also be paid to a prominent figure who has made a significant mark in shaping the digital era, an honour which includes the individual’s enrolment as a new member in the "Hall of Fame of the Digital Age".
The Digital Future Science Match 2018 is a joint effort of six renowned scientific institutions: Hasso Plattner Institute, Zuse Institute Berlin, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence, Berlin Big Data Center, Einstein Center Digital Future, and Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society - as well as the "Tagesspiegel" publishing house.