At the TEDxVienna “On The Rise” event last October, we had the honor of having AI researcher Dr. Mennatallah El-Assady give her first TEDx talk on explainable AI and how interactive human-AI collaboration interfaces can be used for effective problem-solving and decision-making.
How Letting Bacteria Work for us Could Revolutionize our Economy: An Interview with Stephen Wallace at TEDxVienna On the Rise
Environmental issues are one of the biggest challenges mankind has to face in the 21st century. There is an urgent need to replace conventional processes in industries and our daily lives with greener alternatives. Synthetic biology may be one way in which
Smart technologies make our lives easier: from smart maps that find the fastest way home through evening traffic to sprinklers that take light and plants into account before watering. One field of smart technology that is particularly fascinating is intelligent, artificial materials.
On October 8th we held our 12th TEDxVienna conference, On the Rise, an event about matters of increasing importance to all of us. The day was filled with sixteen inspiring ideas, great food, stimulating interactives, and plenty of networking with like-minded individuals. In
Less than one week until we welcome you all at Volkstheater for a day full of ideas and eye-opening experiences, where you will be sure to learn something new and exchange your thoughts with people from all over the world. Several topics
The 28th of July marked this year’s Earth Overshoot Day. This means that humans have used all biological resources that Earth can naturally regenerate by next year, and we are critically reminded again that we are living on loaned energy. In 1971,
What do cancer and heart disease have in common? – An Interview with Dr. Nicholas Leeper at TEDxVienna UNTOLD
Cancer and heart disease are two of the world’s leading killers. Is there a link between them? Is there a way to find a cure that can treat both diseases simultaneously?
When was the last time you shared your children’s pictures online or pictures and information on someone else’s child? How aware are you of your digital footprint and privacy? As a society, where do we draw the line between a parent’s right to
From the moment we wake up to the moment we fall asleep, there are countless decisions we have to make. They range from seemingly insignificant micro-decisions about snoozing the alarm or taking a left or right turn to big decisions about moving
Collective rationality seems to be an unreachable goal for humanity. The more access we have to a free good, the more we risk the well-being of the community in the pursuit of attaining the individual goals we set for ourselves. This scheme