Whitsun Dialogue Styria 2019

Professor Iris Eisenberger will be speaking at this year’s Whitsun Dialogue at Seggau Castle in Leibnitz, Styria. From 5 to 7 June 2019 participants will discuss the challenges and opportunities of digitalisation in the European context. Topics include autonomous vehicles, robotics and AI.

The “Geist & Gegenwart” (“The spirit & the present”) Whitsun Dialogues have been taking place at Seggau Castle biennially since 2005. The aim is to reflect on the challenges and problems facing Europe and produce statements and publications to contribute to an ongoing dialogue about the future.

The Whitsun Dialogue 2019 will focus on the future in a digital Europe.

Speakers and participants will discuss questions such as: What kind of developments are possible and which are unavoidable? And how can we (still) control these developments? How should Europe position itself in global competition? How will digitalisation change our economy, the world of work and our society? What, in turn, does that mean for communication and (political) decision-making processes? What ethical and social challenges does digitalisation bring?

Whitsun Dialogue Styria 2019
“Digital Europe. No borders, no limits?”
5-7 June
Seggau Castle, Leibnitz

Further information on procedure, programme and attendance at: www.pfingstdialog-steiermark.at/en