If you haven’t done it yet, hurry up and get your #rp15 ticket! Pre-sale ends today, Monday, at High Noon. Later, in the afternoon from 4 pm to 9 pm during pre:publica, ticket holders can pick up their bracelets and badges while having yummy food and drinks.
She is a Chinese global technology ethnographer, owner of a famous Internet dog and ardent Zygmunt Bauman fan. We are happy to have Tricia Wang talk at this year's re:publica about "How to avoid curses in the era of Big Data".
#unit is the World’s First Queer Tech Festival at FritzClub / Postbahnhof Berlin on May 8th.
Stay on the Scene, like a living machine. An architect and engineer by training, Carlo Ratti practices in Italy and teaches at MIT as head of the Senseable City Lab. We proudly present the visionary for a different smart city at #rp15.
We need unified copyright laws in Europe, demands Julia Reda. At #rp15, together with Hakan Tanriverdi, she will present some ideas on cross- border policy schemes for Internet access in the European Union.
This year, the MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin #MCB15 is going to be even more international and multi-faceted – and is profiting from the close cooperation with the State Media Authority Berlin-Brandenburg (mabb) and the re:publica. Here are the highlights.
Join the international and diverse GIG community on stage and in the GIG Maker Space at #rp15 next week. And you can already meet us at the Warm-Up this Sunday, May 3rd!
Topic of interest at our Public Value Journalism sub-conference will be nothing less than the future of journalism. Held in cooperation with the German Federal Agency for Civic Education (bpb), our aim is to incite exciting discussions and debate.
We welcome children of all ages to join us for #rp15 – and parents and guardians as well, of course! Explore and discover our child friendly spaces and this year’s GIG Makerspace!
Accessibility at the re:publica doesn’t end at the wheelchair ramp! Hearing impairment or language should not constitute any kind of obstacle for participants at the #rp15 either.
The sixth, and last, part of our Finding Europe series by our media partner euro|topics explores how European media deals with anonymity on the Internet.
Will you once again have to choose between numerous workshops, talks, and events? Anna Lena Schiller of Adobe is a visual thinking expert and will be using her live-illustration skills to round up the key facts and findings at re:publica 15.