Conference 2019 – Keynote and Plenum: Videos/PPT


Keynote and Plenum: Videos/PPT

Videos were recorded at the conference with support of the TUGraz video portal TUbe.

Please find links to Welcoming Remarks, Keynotes and Final Discussion – Plenum below.

Welcoming Remarks

(Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Dr.h.c.mult Harald KAINZ, Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Frank KAPPE, Assoc. Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Karl LOHNER, Former Swedish Ambassador to Japan Dr. Lars VARGÖ, Prof. em. Dipl.-Psych. Dr. Dietrich ALBERT;

Moderator of Welcome Remarks and Keynotes: Prof. em. Dr. Anders TÖRNVALL

”Digital Austria – Status & Initiatives”

Prof. Dr. Stefanie Lindstaedt, CEO and Scientific Director of Know-Center; Head of Institute of Interactive Systems and Data Science, TU Graz; Chairperson of the Advisory Board of the Austrian Digitalization Agency

“Making Society 5.0 a Reality”

Dr. Dr. Yuka Harayama, Former Executive Member of Council of Science and Technology Policy, Cabinet Officer, Japan; Elsevier Foundation Board Member

“Trustworthy Human-Centric AI”

Dr. Fredrik Heintz, Department of Computer and Information Science, Linköping University; Member of the European Commission High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence

“Citizen-Centered Design for Human-Technology Symbiosis” (pdf)

Dr. Dr. Norbert A. Streitz, Scientific Director of Smart Future Initiative

“Why Human-Centered is Necessary? How Can We Digitalize? Trial Answers From University of Japan”

Prof. Dr. Yoshiro Imai, Reliability-based Information Systems, Kagawa University; Multimedia Processing

“Big Data & Artificial Intelligence”

Prof. Dr. Horst Bischof, Vice Rector for Research, Graz University of Technology; Applied Computer Science; Member of the European Academy of Sciences

Final Discussion – Plenum


Sylvia Andrews from the Austrian radio station Ö1 conducted interviews at the Conference which were published as part of the series “Digital.Leben”.
Please find links to the podcasts below: (Unfortunately, the podcasts are available only in German.)

Ein Roboter für Demenzkranke

Ideensuche für digitale Bildung