Check in: 2069
Optimizing the human body has always been one of mankind's greatest dreams. Since time immemorial, some of the most powerful drivers of development have revolved around our bodies: to be younger, stronger, more beautiful and, above all, healthier. And we are well on our way. Statistically, we are the generation that lives the healthiest and stays young the longest. But our children will top us! Today, we're talking about what we humans need to do to make that happen. Because the journey into the future of medicine leads to nanobots in the bloodstream and health chips in the body. But what happens when we want to optimize our minds after our bodies? How will our children live when the brain-computer interfaces that are already being researched today work? What tasks will humans then turn to and how will we fit into the world's operating system? Will we then be able to upload our consciousness into a computer? And will we live in it forever? Check in and experience for yourself why Emilia is excited to become a cyborg in the year 2069.
If you want to get to know more about the first cyborg and our future in health, watch the recording of the whole event here.
"Mr. Future" Sven Gábor Jánszky (48) is Germany's most sought-after futurologist. He is Chairman of the largest scientific futurology institute in Europe. With his clear, friendly manner, he translates the scientific methods of futurology and makes them understandable and applicable to everyone. Without chakka and esotericism, he helps people and companies to recognize their future environment, to develop their desirable future image and to achieve their best possible future self. He is the most booked speaker at future events and strategy conferences in the German economy. Hundreds of companies and board members work with his future studies and forecasts. His strategy recommendations shape the future strategies in corporations and medium-sized businesses. As a future coach, he has guided many thousands of participants in his seminars, influenced readers of his books, and educated the many subscribers to his online courses to their best possible personal future self.
The futurologist has taught at various universities in Leipzig, Greifswald, Göttingen and Karlsruhe. His trend books "2030 - How much people can the future take?", "2025 - This is how we will work in the future" and "2020 - This is how we will live in the future" shape the future strategies of various industries. With his management strategy books "Rulebreaker - How people think whose ideas change the world" (2010) and "Die Neuvermessung der Werte" (2014), he became a mouthpiece for disruptive innovators in German business. His book "The Recruiting Dilemma" explains the rapid change of the labor market towards full employment, the decline of long-term permanent employment, and the dissolution of HR departments.
He is Chairman of the 2b AHEAD ThinkTank in Germany, President of the international "RULEBREAKER Society" and founder and Managing Director of the two investment companies "2b AHEAD Ventures" and "RULEBREAKER Management". As a consultant, Janszky coaches executive boards and entrepreneurs in strategy processes, leads innovation processes to product development and business models of the future. Jánszky is a sought-after interview expert in Germany's media and keynote speaker at strategy conferences and congresses. Sven Gábor Jánszky lives with his wife and three children in a small village between Berlin and Leipzig. He was vice youth team GDR champion in chess in 1988. He climbed Kilimanjaro four times and ran his 19th marathon in New York.
Dr. Randal Koene is a neuroscientist working on the functional reconstruction of brain circuits via neural prostheses and neural interfaces. Koene introduced the concept of whole brain emulation and is a lead architect of the scientific roadmap for its technological development. Aligned with this mission, Koene has built founding R&D teams for neurotechnology startups. He is the founder of the research non-profit Carboncopies Foundation, as well as the software architect of Voxa, which provided the electron microscope technology that acquired the 10 petabyte cubic millimeter mouse brain connectome data recently published in Nature. Dr. Koene’s publications, presentations and interviews are available at http://randalkoene.com.