What if the Internet would not have been created?
Would we be able to share our lives, homes, cars with people around the world?
Would there be a startup ecosystem as it is here today?
Let’s celebrate the occasion of 50 years of Internet and pioneers who have changed the world forever!
There will likely never be another event like this that honors the Internet’s creators while contemplating its future. Join us and the MIT Media Lab for a live stream of the Net@50 event (https://xconomy.com/net50/agenda) in Boston!
This unique gathering of the World Frontiers Forum, in partnership with Xconomy, celebrates the 50th anniversary of the first message over the ARPANET. The event will feature keynote talks, chats, and interactive panels that examine the challenges and opportunities facing the Internet’s next 50 years.
Join us to celebrate the invention that created an ecosystem, which we are all part of. Sign up now! Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/startupnight-tech-meetup-50-years-of-the-internet-tickets-64712099632?utm_source=startupnight&utm_web=meetup&utm_campaign=startupnight2019
- 18:00 Opening
- 19:00 Welcome Speech and Keynote (30min) Prof. Dr. Wulf Bauerfeld: 50 years – a humorous look at the Internet’s past, present and future.
- 20:00 Start of the live stream
We will have enough pizza and beer for everyone :)
This event is brought to you by hubraum, the tech incubator of Deutsche Telekom (https://www.hubraum.com), and Startupnight, one of Europe’s largest startup events, where startups present themselves to corporates, investors and potential customers. It will take place for the 7th time on Friday, September 6th 2019 in the heart of Berlin with 4,000+ participants and 250+ startups from around the world in different focus areas.