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Sereena Abbassi

Activist, Public Speaker, Consultant and Writer
Sereena is the Worldwide Head of Culture & Inclusion at M&C Saatchi Group. She is committed to creating organisational transformation that is grounded in creative and strategic thinking. She was the Founder of All Here, a social enterprise that connected individuals, brands and agencies; supporting them to think more critically about the world and the work that they create.

Activist, Public Speaker, Consultant and Writer
Sereena is the Worldwide Head of Culture & Inclusion at M&C Saatchi Group. She is committed to creating organisational transformation that is grounded in creative and strategic thinking. She was the Founder of All Here, a social enterprise that connected individuals, brands and agencies; supporting them to think more critically about the world and the work that they create.

Last year Sereena was nominated as one of Campaign's 50 Trailblazers of the Future and Stars of 2018, Pitch Magazines 100 Creative Superwomen, and The Dots 100 top Black Creatives. Sereena currently sits as an advisory board member to The Other Box and Masculinity In The Workplace, as well as having sat on the Diversity in Marketing and Advertising Summit (DIMA) advisory board. Sereena sits as a Board of Trustees for the charity Sour Lemons and was one of the judges for this years' New Blood D&AD category: Mckinsey Design & The Case.
She is currently working towards a part-time masters in Postcolonial Culture & Global Policy at Goldsmiths, University of London.

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Kenza Ait Si Abbou Lyadini

Senior Manager for Robotics and Artificial Intelligence
As Senior Manager for Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, Kenza is driving the RPA and AI solutions within the IT department of Deutsche Telekom. She leads the consulting of the Robotics and AI hub and her role resides in helping the business units of Deutsche Telekom identify automation and AI use cases and develop the best solutions to cover their automation needs.

Senior Manager for Robotics and Artificial Intelligence
As Senior Manager for Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, Kenza is driving the RPA and AI solutions within the IT department of Deutsche Telekom. She leads the consulting of the Robotics and AI hub and her role resides in helping the business units of Deutsche Telekom identify automation and AI use cases and develop the best solutions to cover their automation needs.

She studied Telecommunications Engineering in Spain, Project Management followed in Germany, then Chinese as a foreign language in China. After spending some years developing hardware in Spain and a stopover in Shanghai during the world Expo in 2010, Kenza joined T-Systems in Berlin in 2011. She has a track record managing big projects, such as ICT outsourcing tenders, agile transformations, new IT applications or new network architectures for Deutsche Telekom.

In December 2018 Kenza was awarded with the Digital Female Leader Award in the category IT/Tech, and in April 2019 with the Engineer Power Women Award from Deutsche Messe, for her engagement and commitment for more Diversity in the IT and AI world.

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James Beacham

James Beacham

Dr. James Beacham searches for answers to the biggest open questions of physics using the largest experiment ever, the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.  He hunts for dark matter, gravitons, quantum black holes, and dark photons as a member of the ATLAS collaboration, one of the teams that discovered the Higgs boson in 2012.  In addition to his research, he is a frequent speaker at popular sci/tech/art events around the world, including the American Museum of Natural History, the Royal Institution, SXSW, and the BBC.

Dr. James Beacham searches for answers to the biggest open questions of physics using the largest experiment ever, the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.  He hunts for dark matter, gravitons, quantum black holes, and dark photons as a member of the ATLAS collaboration, one of the teams that discovered the Higgs boson in 2012.  In addition to his research, he is a frequent speaker at popular sci/tech/art events around the world, including the American Museum of Natural History, the Royal Institution, SXSW, and the BBC.

His talk, “How we explore unanswered questions in physics”, was featured on TED and has been viewed more than 1.5 million times. He contributes to podcasts, radio shows, and documentaries, and has been featured in The New York Times, Wired, and Gizmodo, among others. Beacham trained as a filmmaker before becoming a physicist and regularly collaborates with artists. In 2015 he launched Ex/Noise/CERN, a project exploring the connections between particle physics and experimental music and film.

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Quirin Berg

CEO and producer
Quirin Berg and Max Wiedemann founded Wiedemann & Berg Film in 2003, followed by their TV company W&B Television in 2010. The combination of cinema and TV, the focus on high-quality and commercial projects, pioneering spirit, a great team and the early collaboration with outstanding creative people have made Wiedemann & Berg one of the most successful production houses in Germany.

CEO and producer
Quirin Berg and Max Wiedemann founded Wiedemann & Berg Film in 2003, followed by their TV company W&B Television in 2010. The combination of cinema and TV, the focus on high-quality and commercial projects, pioneering spirit, a great team and the early collaboration with outstanding creative people have made Wiedemann & Berg one of the most successful production houses in Germany.

Their first feature “The Lives of Others” was awarded an Oscar® for best foreign language film in 2006. Their wide scope of TV projects includes not only television feature films and series for all major German broadcasters but also highly acclaimed and internationally awarded mini-series such as „German History X“ and „Line of Separation“.

The focus on their role as pioneering producers reflects in having produced the first German Pay-TV series for TNT Series/Turner Broadcasting followed by “4 Blocks”, which already achieved cult status. The producers and their productions have received numerous awards.

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Diane Drubay

Artist and museum founder
With her vision of a future respectful of people and the planet empowered by museums Diane accelerates the transformation of museums internationally since 2007.

Artist and museum founder
With her vision of a future respectful of people and the planet empowered by museums Diane accelerates the transformation of museums internationally since 2007.

Her values inspired the creation of the movement We Are Museums, and beforehand, the museum digital strategy agency Buzzeum. She also founded the Museum Think Tank Berlin, co-founded Museomix and is currently the conference curator of Museum Connections. Previously, she worked at the French Ministry of Culture and Communication and at the Henner Museum in Paris.

Martin Eyerer

Martin Eyerer

Martin Eyerer lives for the beat: For the last 25 years, he has been travelling the globe as a top musician and producer. His track record includes producing a #3 hit on US Billboard as well as gold albums in the UK and Australia, and 150 successful releases on popular labels such as Get physical, Renaissance, My Favorite Robot, Rejected, and his own label, Kling Klong. In 2012 he co-founded Riverside Studios in Berlin, a 1700m2 complex overlooking the Spree, now hosting the likes of Pan-Pot, Booka Shade, and David August to name a few.

Martin Eyerer lives for the beat: For the last 25 years, he has been travelling the globe as a top musician and producer. His track record includes producing a #3 hit on US Billboard as well as gold albums in the UK and Australia, and 150 successful releases on popular labels such as Get physical, Renaissance, My Favorite Robot, Rejected, and his own label, Kling Klong. In 2012 he co-founded Riverside Studios in Berlin, a 1700m2 complex overlooking the Spree, now hosting the likes of Pan-Pot, Booka Shade, and David August to name a few.

As Chief Innovation Officer, Eyerer leverages his creative influence and artistic perspective to drive the development and curation of Factory Berlin, where the intersection of art and technology gives rise to innovative solutions for the society of tomorrow.

Christiane Frohmann

Christiane Frohmann

Christiane Frohmann is an author, publisher and cultural philosopher based in Berlin and on the Internet. With eriginals berlin, she was one of the first German e-book publishers in 2011. Founded in 2012, Frohmann Verlag is a pioneer and trend-setter in the field of digital literature and culture.

Christiane Frohmann is an author, publisher and cultural philosopher based in Berlin and on the Internet. With eriginals berlin, she was one of the first German e-book publishers in 2011. Founded in 2012, Frohmann Verlag is a pioneer and trend-setter in the field of digital literature and culture.

Christiane Frohmann is also co-founder of the event platform orbanism.com and ambassador of #vielfaltdurchlesen (=diversity through reading).

Toni Guillan

Tony Guillan

Tony is interested in creative uses of technology that empower citizens to shape culture and change society. He works with partners across Coventry to explore the combined potential of 5G, game design, immersive technologies, big data and machine learning for the UK City of Culture in 2021 and beyond. Digital projects will enable co-creation and participation in culture, create innovative new ways of telling stories, and develop “tech for good” applications for health, wellbeing and the environment that have real social impact.

Tony is interested in creative uses of technology that empower citizens to shape culture and change society. He works with partners across Coventry to explore the combined potential of 5G, game design, immersive technologies, big data and machine learning for the UK City of Culture in 2021 and beyond. Digital projects will enable co-creation and participation in culture, create innovative new ways of telling stories, and develop “tech for good” applications for health, wellbeing and the environment that have real social impact.

He previously led Tate’s flagship digital commission the IK Prize and has fostered collaboration between artists, technologists and audiences for national institutions, including Tate, The Space, Liverpool Biennial, Imperial War Museums and the Canal & River Trust.

Stein Olav Henrichsen

Stein Olav Henrichsen

Stein Olav Henrichsen was appointed director of the Munch Museum in 2010. Since he began his term, the decision to build a new Munch Museum in the Oslo harbour area has been resolved – with the opening scheduled for 2020. Under his leadership, the Munch Museum has raised its own income from 5-7% to 36%. Moreover, visitor numbers have increased by 100% in five years, and the amount of international activities has nearly tripled.

Stein Olav Henrichsen was appointed director of the Munch Museum in 2010. Since he began his term, the decision to build a new Munch Museum in the Oslo harbour area has been resolved – with the opening scheduled for 2020. Under his leadership, the Munch Museum has raised its own income from 5-7% to 36%. Moreover, visitor numbers have increased by 100% in five years, and the amount of international activities has nearly tripled.

After completing his education in 1973, Henrichsen performed as a musician in a broad range of musical styles up until 1994. Beginning in 1989, he led the contemporary music ensemble BIT20, and from 1993 the company for modern opera, Opera Vest. From 2007 until 2010, he was Director of the Bergen National Opera.
He has founded and led several cultural institutions and networks, has served on a number of boards both in Norway and abroad, and sat on several government committees related to cultural politics.

Antje Hundhausen

Antje Hundhausen

VP Brand Experience, Telekom
Antje looks back on 20 years in executive positions. The business administration graduate and music and art expert is in charge of Deutsche Telekom’s brand unit, 3D Brand Experience. In this capacity, she is responsible for brand communication in the region.

VP Brand Experience, Telekom
Antje looks back on 20 years in executive positions. The business administration graduate and music and art expert is in charge of Deutsche Telekom’s brand unit, 3D Brand Experience. In this capacity, she is responsible for brand communication in the region.

Together with her team, she develops and implements concepts for Future Workplace, corporate trade fairs, digital labs such as Fashion Fusion, international retail, and is responsible for the Deutsche Telekom Group’s art collection.

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Louis Moreno

Louis Moreno is a Lecturer in Visual Cultures and Research Architecture at the Department of Visual Cultures and Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths, University of London.

Louis Moreno is a Lecturer in Visual Cultures and Research Architecture at the Department of Visual Cultures and Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths, University of London.

He is also the joint programme leader of the BA History of Art at Goldsmiths and member of the art collective ‘freethought’ who co-curated the 2016 Bergen Assembly in Norway.

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Elise by Olsen

Editor, publisher and curator
With an expansive list of art- and fashion projects, she has collaborated with institutions such as British Fashion Council, 89plus, Business of Fashion, Thaddaeus Ropac, Central Saint Martins, TEDx, and brands such as Galeries Lafayette, AnOther Magazine, SSENSE and Gucci.

Editor, publisher and curator
With an expansive list of art- and fashion projects, she has collaborated with institutions such as British Fashion Council, 89plus, Business of Fashion, Thaddaeus Ropac, Central Saint Martins, TEDx, and brands such as Galeries Lafayette, AnOther Magazine, SSENSE and Gucci.

She currently serves as the Editor-in-Chief of Wallet, a new publication dedicated to critical dialogue within the fashion industry: the business, the money, the politics. In Wallet’s past she has examined topics such as authority, publishing, education, retail and casting, speaking to the major financial and political clout of an increasingly global industry. Prior to founding Wallet, Elise was internationally recognized as “the world’s youngest editor-in-chief” at age 13 in international press.

Evrim Oralkan bei THE ARTS+

Evrim Oralkan

Cofounder of Collecteurs
Historically-important artworks are meant to be seen, experienced, and discussed. This is why Evrim cofounded Collecteurs, a public-benefit corporation with a mission to give the public access to the millions of unseen artworks in freeports, storage facilities, and private homes.

Cofounder of Collecteurs
Historically-important artworks are meant to be seen, experienced, and discussed. This is why Evrim cofounded Collecteurs, a public-benefit corporation with a mission to give the public access to the millions of unseen artworks in freeports, storage facilities, and private homes.

As a long-time collector himself, Evrim launched Collecteurs to empower collectors and make it easy for them to digitize, manage, and exhibit their collections without needing the capital to open a private museum. In late 2018, he joined other socially-conscious PBC’s like Kickstarter and Patagonia to ensure that the public’s benefit is always the priority for the company.

Franceesca Polo bei THE ARTS+

Francesca Polo

COO at Vastari
Francesca has an art history background with a Masters Degree from the Courtauld Institute, specialising in Early Modern Prints. She has experience in the commercial and museum sectors both in Italy and the United Kingdom, including at Christies and the British Museum.

COO at Vastari
Francesca has an art history background with a Masters Degree from the Courtauld Institute, specialising in Early Modern Prints. She has experience in the commercial and museum sectors both in Italy and the United Kingdom, including at Christies and the British Museum.

As a co-founder and COO at Vastari, Francesca has been focussing on coordinating the team's efforts in developing technology products and data insights that have already facilitated hundreds of exhibition collaborations amongst museums and the private sector alike. Francesca has recently become a board member of the International Committee for Exhibition Exchange.

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Aleksandra Przegalińska

Assistant Professor at Kozminski University, currently Research Fellow at the Center for Collective Intelligence at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Boston
Aleksandra has a PhD in philosophy of artificial intelligence and majored in Sociology at The New School for Social Research in New York, where she participated in research on identity in virtual reality, with particular emphasis on Second Life.

Assistant Professor at Kozminski University, currently Research Fellow at the Center for Collective Intelligence at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Boston
Aleksandra has a PhD in philosophy of artificial intelligence and majored in Sociology at The New School for Social Research in New York, where she participated in research on identity in virtual reality, with particular emphasis on Second Life.

In 2011 she worked as the Chairman of Media Regulation Working Party at the Council of European Union in Brussels. Aleksandra's current primary research interest include consequences of introducing artificial intelligence systems to people's social and professional sphere as well as wearable technologies and human/bot interaction.

Assaf Reeb

Assaf Reeb

Assaf Reeb is a designer, digital fashion pioneer and a co-founder at IVA, a Berlin and London based startup working on use cases for digital fashion assets in virtual environments. Assaf is among the first AR creators on Instagram utilizing the platform in an artistic manner and an official Lens Creative Partner at Snapchat.

Originally from Tel Aviv, Reeb graduated in 2013 from Central Saint Martins MA Fashion where he studied under the tutelage of Prof. Louise Wilson OBE. His final collection was selected for inclusion in the Central Saint Martins MA Fashion catwalk presentation as a part of the official London Fashion Week schedule. In 2015 Reeb received an award for excellence in Fashion Design from the Israel Lottery Council for Culture & Arts.
He was selected to take part in a collaborative collection with British heritage brand Pringle of Scotland and his designs were exhibited in a presentation in PFW and went on to production to be sold by high end retailers in London, Paris, New York and Monaco.

Assaf Reeb is a designer, digital fashion pioneer and a co-founder at IVA, a Berlin and London based startup working on use cases for digital fashion assets in virtual environments. Assaf is among the first AR creators on Instagram utilizing the platform in an artistic manner and an official Lens Creative Partner at Snapchat.

Originally from Tel Aviv, Reeb graduated in 2013 from Central Saint Martins MA Fashion where he studied under the tutelage of Prof. Louise Wilson OBE. His final collection was selected for inclusion in the Central Saint Martins MA Fashion catwalk presentation as a part of the official London Fashion Week schedule. In 2015 Reeb received an award for excellence in Fashion Design from the Israel Lottery Council for Culture & Arts.
He was selected to take part in a collaborative collection with British heritage brand Pringle of Scotland and his designs were exhibited in a presentation in PFW and went on to production to be sold by high end retailers in London, Paris, New York and Monaco.

Assaf worked with several designers including Walter Van Beirendonck, Ann-Sofie Back and Richard Nicoll. His work has been featured in various publications including Wallpaper*, Italian Vogue, Interview Magazine, Vogue.fr, Style.com, The Guardian, Dazed Digital and others. In 2016, The Royal Opera House in London used Assaf Reeb’s designs as costumes in “Obsidiean Tear” Ballet production by choreographer Wayne McGregor. 

Cloe Schöps bei THE ARTS+

Cleo Schoeps

Head of Art Sponsorship Partnership for UBS
Cleo has a master’s degree in Art History from the University of Lausanne as well as a degree in Archeology and German Literature. As Head of Art Sponsorship Partnership for UBS, one of the largest Financial Service Providers worldwide, she is firmly rooted in both the corporate and the cultural world and Cleo gained a deep understanding of the workings and motivations of both worlds.

Head of Art Sponsorship Partnership for UBS
Cleo has a master’s degree in Art History from the University of Lausanne as well as a degree in Archeology and German Literature. As Head of Art Sponsorship Partnership for UBS, one of the largest Financial Service Providers worldwide, she is firmly rooted in both the corporate and the cultural world and Cleo gained a deep understanding of the workings and motivations of both worlds.

She is a strong believer that a great collaboration is the result of a relentless effort to understand each other's needs and in the spirit of partnership be willing to step outside of the box and redefine the way one collaborates over and over again. Groundbreaking long-term projects such as the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative are examples of how much can be achieved for both parties sometimes in unexpected places and ways.

Olga von Schubert

Olga von Schubert

Olga von Schubert is research associate and project manager in the Directorate of the House of World Cultures (Haus der Kulturen der Welt), where she is currently responsible for the New Alphabet School and the Library 100 Years of the Present. Previously, she worked in the curatorial team at hürlimann+lepp and the German Hygiene Museum in Dresden.

Olga von Schubert is research associate and project manager in the Directorate of the House of World Cultures (Haus der Kulturen der Welt), where she is currently responsible for the New Alphabet School and the Library 100 Years of the Present. Previously, she worked in the curatorial team at hürlimann+lepp and the German Hygiene Museum in Dresden.

She studied Comparative Literature and Art History in Berlin and holds an M.A. in Contemporary Approaches to English Studies from Goldsmiths College London. As a freelance curator she was responsible for the exhibitions Alles zur Zeit - Über den Takt, die unsere Leben bestimmt (2017) at Vögele Cultural Center near Zurich and Die Irregulären - Ökonomien der Abweichung (2013) at Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst in Berlin. Her essay '100 Years of Now' and the Temporality of Curatorial Research was published by Sternberg Press in January 2019.

Tea Uglow auf der Frankfurter Buchmesse

Tea Uglow

TL Uglow ('Tea') is Creative Director for Google's Creative Lab in Sydney. She works with cultural and creative organisations around the world exploring the space between technology and the arts and what can happen where they intersect. Tea has a history in the arts, a love of literature, and a problem with staying focused. She speaks graphics geek, a bit of web-dev, some Python, a touch of digital strategy, remedial project management, and really bad French. Her likes include physical/digital, pen and ink, and carefully organised chaos doubt.

TL Uglow ('Tea') is Creative Director for Google's Creative Lab in Sydney. She works with cultural and creative organisations around the world exploring the space between technology and the arts and what can happen where they intersect. Tea has a history in the arts, a love of literature, and a problem with staying focused. She speaks graphics geek, a bit of web-dev, some Python, a touch of digital strategy, remedial project management, and really bad French. Her likes include physical/digital, pen and ink, and carefully organised chaos doubt.

At the moment the "interests" list contains: augmented audio, digital books, proximity tech, non-linear storytelling, and the physical web... plus a few things that are less tech-geek like uncertainty, small people, and yoga.

Harry Verwayen bei THE ARTS+

Harry Verwayen

Harry Verwayen- Executive Director Europeana Foundation, the operator of the Europeana platform. Across Europe, museums, galleries and archives digitize their collections. Europeana supports these organisations in their digital transformation by making these collections available as widely as possible so that people can find and use them. For work, for learning or just for fun.

Harry Verwayen- Executive Director Europeana Foundation, the operator of the Europeana platform. Across Europe, museums, galleries and archives digitize their collections. Europeana supports these organisations in their digital transformation by making these collections available as widely as possible so that people can find and use them. For work, for learning or just for fun.

Our work is guided by creative collaboration, supportive teamwork and the idea that sharing and reusing cultural content can positively transform the world. Prior to this Harry worked at the Amsterdam based think tank Knowledgeland where he was responsible for business model innovation in the cultural heritage sector. Harry holds a MA in History from Leiden University and has worked over ten years in the Academic Publishing Industry. Mediocre tennis player, reasonable cook, aspiring photographer.

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Holger Volland

Holger Volland serves as Vice President and member of the executive board of Frankfurter Buchmesse. He is responsible for international business development and sales and heads the book fair’s office in Beijing. He is also founder of an annual think tank event for technology in culture: THE ARTS+. As an author he publishes about digital change in culture and the creative industries. His latest book "The creative Power of Machines" (Beltz, 2018) explores the cultural aspects of artificial intelligence.

Holger Volland serves as Vice President and member of the executive board of Frankfurter Buchmesse. He is responsible for international business development and sales and heads the book fair’s office in Beijing. He is also founder of an annual think tank event for technology in culture: THE ARTS+. As an author he publishes about digital change in culture and the creative industries. His latest book "The creative Power of Machines" (Beltz, 2018) explores the cultural aspects of artificial intelligence.

Prior to joining the book fair, Holger served as head of marketing and communications with the German Booksellers and Publishers Association and head of brand communications at MetaDesign AG. Before, he led Leipziger & Partner as Managing Director, a digital marketing and communications consultancy which he founded in Berlin. He has held positions in media such as journalism, radio, television and online development and design and curated numerous exhibitions in Buenos Aires and Berlin. Holger studied information science at Freie Universität Berlin. He led the launch of the New Economy Business School as its founding director and also enjoyed a tenure as lecturer at Hochschule Wismar and Mediacampus Frankfurt.

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Dr. Nathalie Weidenfeld

Author
Nathalie was born in France and grew up bilingual. She studied American Literature & Cultural Studies, completing her PhD in 2005.

Author
Nathalie was born in France and grew up bilingual. She studied American Literature & Cultural Studies, completing her PhD in 2005.

She has been a lecturer at LMU (Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich) for Film Theory & Analysis and published both fiction and academic books.

James Cameron Wilson

Cameron-James Wilson

British fashion photographer and visual artist
With over a decade of experience in the industry, Cameron was seeking inspiration in a new medium and began experimenting in 3D modeling and CGI when he created Shudu – the World’s First Digital Supermodel.

British fashion photographer and visual artist
With over a decade of experience in the industry, Cameron was seeking inspiration in a new medium and began experimenting in 3D modeling and CGI when he created Shudu – the World’s First Digital Supermodel.

He has since founded The Diigitals, an all-digital modeling agency created to demonstrate the potential of 3D fashion modeling and showcase its application for innovative brands. Cameron hopes to champion diversity in both the fashion and digital worlds and collaborate with creators from emerging economies and under-represented communities.

Roberto Zicari

Roberto Zicari

Roberto V. Zicari is professor of Database and Information Systems (DBIS) at the Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany.
He is an internationally recognized expert in the field of Databases and Big Data. His interests also expands to Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Ethics of AI.  Roberto is currently working on the definition of an assessment process for Ethical AI, called Z-inspection.

Roberto V. Zicari is professor of Database and Information Systems (DBIS) at the Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany.
He is an internationally recognized expert in the field of Databases and Big Data. His interests also expands to Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Ethics of AI.  Roberto is currently working on the definition of an assessment process for Ethical AI, called Z-inspection.

He is the founder of the Frankfurt Big Data Lab at the Goethe University Frankfurt, and the editor of the ODBMS.org web portal and of the ODBMS Industry Watch Blog. He was for the past five years a visiting professor with the Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology within the Department of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research at UC Berkeley (USA).

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