The first panel will take place on Friday, Afternoon at 14:30 in Kino 2.

Augmented Reality, AI & the Singularity–Will the Future be a Sci-Fi Nightmare? It will moderated by Reginald Grünenberg. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask and discuss experiences on a wide range of topics from Topics: A.I, Robots, Cyborgs, Time Travel, Parallel Universes, Space Travel, Virtual Reality. Panelist to be confirmed shortly.

PANEL 1 - Augmented Reality, AI & the Singularity – Will the Future be a Sci-Fi Nightmare?

Reginald Grünenberg

‘Reggie’ studied in Paris, Munich, Berlin and Tokyo and holds a PhD in political science, philosophy and history from the LMU Munich. He is also a philosopher, entrepreneur and writer-producer for cinema & TV. Reggie has published a number of non-fiction books, his first historical novel, the Nippon trilogy ‘The Discovery of the East Pole’ (German). He's written a sci-fi feature movie screenplay ‘Nippon Park’ and TV drama series ‘$even $isters’. Recently he published ‘Laws of Singularity’, a scientific paper inspired by science fiction and philosophy.

Stephan Balzer

Stephan Balzer is an entrepreneur, innovator and an influential voice in the Pan-European innovation community. With over a decade of technology experience, Balzer founded Berlin's idea incubation company, the red onion GmbH. He is also an ambassador for Europe by the American organization TED and organizes TEDx events in the 4 major German cities of Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and Frankfurt. In 2015 Balzer started a partnership with Singularity University (SU), a Silicon Valley based organization founded by Ray Kurzweil and Peter Diamandis and is now the SU Ambassador for Germany and head of Germany's first SU Chapter in Berlin. Stephan Balzer is a frequent speaker on innovation and technology, an avid art collector passionate about culture, and active citizen initiating constructive discourse on global challenges facing society.