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When it comes to technical accomplishments, it tends to be the newness of an innovation that captures people's attention, not questions of what do we actually use this for. But for Jeff Kowalski, CTO of Autodesk, form does not trump function.
We are pleased to announce that the Factory is one of our new partners at #rpTEN. Together with Factory, Germany's largest start-up campus, we'll be making sure that re:publica TEN brings together business leaders and start-ups.
In a series of articles published in cooperation with our media partner euro|topics we examine how the refugee crisis is being dealt with on the web. The third article in the series looks at who benefits from the anti-refugee propaganda circulating on the Internet.
Media partners have been essential to all past re:publicas – and #rpTEN is no exception. We're proud to present our next four awesome partners.
Be a helper at re:publica TEN! Start signing up today, 15 March 2016, at 15:00.
Get the awesome #rpTEN shirt and special edition poster before they hit the re:publica merch stand. Stand out and literally shine with the new #rpTEN collection. We're also giving away some free merch!
What if if wormholes were discovered tomorrow? What if there were portals which could transport you from one part of the earth to another. Amar Bakshi is making this a reality.
Did you know that you can attend re:publica as part of your official educational leave for further education?
Our journey through history continues and in this edition we look at the "motto-less" re:publica 2011. It was the final #rp event at the Kalkscheune and the Friedrichstadtpalast and focused closely on the Arab Spring.
After founding a record label and a music festival, Ruth Daniel, co-director of In Place of War, supports artists and creative communities in conflict and war zones.
In cooperation with our media partner euro|topics, we want to show with this series how the refugee crisis is being portrayed on the web. In the second part, euro|topics observes how people's inhibitions about making racist comments online have fallen away.