What’s Next in Artificial Intelligence?

What’s next in AI? Which technologies will win the race and permeate tomorrow’s economy, politics and society? In the Science Year AI and with regard to the recently presented strategy of the federal government, the 5th Digital Future Science Match sets the course for new developments and necessary conditions in the field of Artificial Intelligence.

The Digital Future Science Match bridges cutting-edge computer science with business and society: Within one day, the conference offers short lectures and discussions. High-ranking scientists present current research, representatives of the high-tech industry show the latest applications, and high-level representatives of politics will address the relevant questions of our future.

Among our keynote speakers are German Federal Minister of Education and Research Anja Karliczek, Christoph Meinel, CEO & Scientific Director at Hasso Plattner Institute, Christof Schütte, President of the Zuse Institute Berlin and the MATH+ Cluster of Excellence as well as the co-chair of the Data Ethics Commission of the Federal Government, Christiane Wendehorst.


Date: 14 May 2019
Time: 9:00 am to 17:00 pm
Place: KOSMOS, Karl-Marx-Allee 131A, 10243 Berlin, Germany



Purchase your ticket now at the  price of 490 € excl. VAT (583,10 € incl. VAT) and test Tagesspiegel BACKGROUND Digitalisierung & KI free of charge until 31 May 2019 as new subscriber.

The conference languages are English and German.



About Digital Future Science Match

The Digital Future Science Match is an international digital conference held every spring in Berlin in honor of the invention of the Z3 computer by Konrad Zuse in May 1941. The Digital Future Science Match is a meeting place for forward thinkers, lateral thinkers and those who think outside the box – a meeting of 1,000 minds from science, business and politics as well as young talents to play their part in shaping the digital future. The conference will be held for the fifth year in a row in 2019.

For more information please contact Clarissa Köhler at digital-future@tagesspiegel.de.


A review of the Digital Future Science Match 2018 can be found here.

Impressions 2018: