For its first post-pandemic, fully on-site comeback, Data Natives Conference will guide 5000 expected visitors on a hybrid tour to explore the galaxy from the vantage point of data science. On five stages, the event will be hosted by Dataconomy, Europe’s leading portal for news, content and expert opinion from the world of data-driven technology.
Superstars of the data science and artificial intelligence ecosystem, startup enthusiasts, innovative corporations, decision-makers and thought leaders will meet in Berlin from 31 August to 2 September.
The best-known data science unicorns and enthusiasts from around the world, young aspiring founders and data scientists, will embark on a unique journey to the galaxy of Data Science and AI. They will gather for learning, connecting, and collaborating with a particular focus on Blockchain and Web3 on day three.
Three days of content
- Day One: AI Ethics and Sustainability
- Day Two: Healthcare and Social Issues
- Day Three: New Content on the verge of data and blockchain, web three, and the Metaverse
Data Natives’s mission is to connect data experts, inspire them, and let people become part of the equation again.
The story of Data Natives began in 2015 when Greek entrepreneur Elena Poughia found her purpose in Berlin: to create a place to go for the European Data Science Community. As a data enthusiast herself, she believes in leveraging data to make our world a better place. During the past few years, she established and shaped a unique conference concept: Data Natives became an annual 3-day data experts festival with keynote speakers, panels, networking concepts, startup pitches, and an epic Berlin party finale. On its growth journey, the Data Natives team successfully onboarded the important players needed to build a future society with good use of Data and AI: corporations, science, academia, politics, media, the design industry, and the startup community. It also endeavoured to bridge the gaps between corporations and startups, matching data scientists and AI experts with companies, and making an impact through Data Design Thinking and Data Visualisation.
The Data Natives community is diverse, but united by a shared purpose: to contribute to building a sustainable future with the help of data and machine learning.
DN22 confirmed speakers
For this year, Data Native’s confirmed speakers already include: Caroline Lair, Founder at The Good AI, Mike Butcher, Editor-at-large at TechCrunch; Clara Rodríguez Fernández, deep tech reporter at Sifted, Mina Saidze, Lead Data Analytics & Tech Evangelist at Axel Springer SE, Lubomila Jordanova, CEO & Co-Founder Plan A & Co-Founder at Greentech Alliance, Berlin Chief Digital Officer Ralph Kleindieck, and many more international data natives and AI experts, leaders, and thought leaders in data science, Artificial Intelligence, Sustainability, Blockchain and Web3.
The conference will kick off from its main stage with the topic of Ethical AI, with Kenza Ait Si Abbou, Director Client Engineering DACH at IBM, followed by workshops, networking, conference sessions, matchmaking, and an exhibition.
What can you expect from this year’s conference? Here are the for tracks designing the content
Data Natives 2022 will delve into how data can transform economies and create opportunities, hosting thinkers, doers, and innovators whose focus is shaping a brighter future for all. Also, we will talk about Phyton, NLP, transformer networks, and augmented analytics. All this while interacting with the freshest startups in the ecosystem.
We aim to bring data and tech professionals and established companies together to collaborate, diversify, and ease the transition into the Blockchain space by sharing their thoughts on the future of tech trends, changes, and inspirational stories. Four tracks design the conference’s content:
1. Future Society
The Future Society track hosts thinkers, doers, and innovators whose focus is shaping a brighter future for all. Whether through impact initiatives, data, and AI governance, or any other emerging tech, this stage is for those who want to change the world.
Cutting through all the usual conference jargon in startup presentations, we bring you unfettered insights from the freshest startups throughout the conference.
Let’s talk business – the debates of the Data Economy track are meant for those who want to know how to ethically use data to transform economies and create opportunities for business growth.
4. Data Science
Deep dives into Python, NLP, transformer networks, AutoML, graph databases, augmented analytics & smart passion projects live in our Data Science Track. Most of our attendees flock to the Data Natives conference to learn something new, and this track is where that happens.
DN22 Full agenda
Please check the full agenda on our website:
Data Natives is made possible by the generous help and support of our sponsors and community partners: IBM, SAP, Big Bang Food, Siemens Energy, Neti, Penfabric, Popsinc, Paretos, HowtoHealth, SMP, Factory Berlin, Hands on Data, Imdena, ICT Spring, Sesamers, Sigma Squared, Uhlala Group, Women in Data, Developer Nation, Helsinki Data Science Meetup, Womens Authors of Achievement, W all Woen, Contextual Solutions, Nections and many more.
We can’t wait to see you!
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