Ada Lovelace Festival joins Switzerland

Digital innovations are changing the world, how we live, work and communicate. In private life, social relationships, for companies and our jobs. What do these changes mean for our daily business and for the future? The Ada Lovelace Festival is the right place for questions like this and now comes to Switzerland.

After the great success of and response to Ada Berlin the festival now joins Zurich on 6. September 2019. With its highly competitive innovation sector Switzerland is a great location for bringing people in IT & tech together on one platform. Switzerland has been coming in first place in the ‘Global Innovation Index’ ranking of the ‘World Intellectual Property Organization’ (WIPO) for years followed by Sweden, Netherlands and United States, underlining its quality as a future-oriented country.

The Ada Lovelace Festival, named after the software pioneer Ada Byron Countess of Lovelace (1815–1852), is giving an opportunity for senior professionals, young professionals and students in IT & tech to connect and share their high-quality knowledge and experiences in an open-minded place. Get new ideas and find answers together with the participants across all levels in the tech-industry. Learn from leading experts, get in touch with present as well as future trends of the digital world and grow your skills.

Connect with other people at the festival to extend your network, get new ideas for business models and be prepared for the future market. The Ada Festival is about topics that move the economy and change society. For example:

– Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
– Machine Learning and Quantum Computing
– Data Science
– Female Entrepreneurship and Leadership
– Self-empowerment
– Product Development and Stakeholder Communication

We are looking forward to seeing you in Zurich and having a great time.

 

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