On the 29th of July, Christian Kromme, ChinaTalk’s Ed Sander and Simone van Neerven engaged in a Humathon discussion on how this period can and should reshape the relationship between technology & economy.
Under the guidance of moderator Eva Helmond they tackled issues ranging from new economic ecosystems and swarm organisations to self-driving cars, the social crediting system and the question of whether Europe should learn from the US, China or neither.
You can watch the full panel discussion below or a selection of short clips on the Humathon website.
Pictures by Renée Doorn
Hosted at The Hague Tech
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