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Hannah Davis is a programmer/artist/musician based in New York. She is interested in everything, but at the moment is focused on data sonification, generative music, weird datasets, and possible futures. She is currently working on TransProse, a program that translates literature into music. She has a master's degree from NYU's ITP program and her work has been featured in TIME, Wired, Popular Science, and others.



After 5 years at Aldebaran Robotics (SoftBank group), where he led the teams of software engineers developing NAO’s and Pepper's artificial brains, Gwennael Gate is now the co-founder of Angus.ai, an AI company offering a suite of APIs making it easy for developers to build machines that can perceive their environment.


Researcher in Residence

Julian works for Wooga, the Berlin based developer of mobile games like Jelly Splash, Pearl's Peril, and most recently Futurama - Game of Drones. After heading analytics and data science for Wooga for a couple of years, he most recently moved to a ‘researcher in residence’ role. In this new capacity he focuses on the (rare, but sweet) projects that yield both tremendous business impact and meaningful scientific contributions. He also is a Ph.D. candidate at Humboldt University's school of business and economics in Berlin. He recently spent three months at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business as a visiting researcher, deep diving on purchase decisions in the free-to-play and freemium business model. An economist by training, he developed a strong interest in machine learning in recent years, especially in its application to game design and marketing. His research in the field has been recognized by a best paper nomination at CIG 2014 and a best paper award at AIIDE 2015.


VP of Research

Along with a unique crowd of data scientists, cryptographers and developers, his current focus is on using machine learning to crack natural language understanding, and bring life to the Internet of Things without compromising users’ privacy. He holds a PhD in Statistics from the London School of Economics, and an MSc in mathematical engineering from Ecole Centrale Paris. Before joining Snips, Joseph worked at the NASA-Jet Propulsion Laboratory, at the French Commission for Atomic Energy, and with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. He also co-founded Science.ai, a startup that is bringing the semantic web revolution to science.


Graphics coder

Johann 'cupe' Korndörfer is a graphics coder for the demogroup mercury. Having done some kind of computer graphics since his childhood, he found the proper outlet for this drive in the demoscene, where he is active since 2008. While he works as a rendering engineer in VR for his day job, at night he codes mostly size-limited productions, as restrictions tend to stimulate his creativity.


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. It claims that for the twelfth year running the number of countries that have gone backwards in democratic terms exceeds those that have advanced. There is a falling back . Some countries in this period have tipped towards authoritarianism, not only Hungary, but also Turkey, which under Erdoğan has returned to a more despotic and less liberal system in political, cultural and religious terms. Countries generally thought of as democracies are also experiencing problems, witness the rise of populist and anti-establishment forces (Italy providing the latest case in point).

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suggested that a majority (78%) of the world’s citizens support representative democracy , but 66% (in the 38 countries polled) want greater participation and more direct democracy . Up to 49%, however, voice support for government by experts –technocracy– while no less than 29% advocate a strong leader or a military government.

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Some authoritarian systems and dictatorships are becoming more hard-line. Under Putin and his ideology , Russia is set to hold presidential elections on 18 March, which the incumbent would have won anyway (although probably not with the 70% turnout and 70% of the popular vote he covets) without resorting to so many ruses and restrictions. It is a country that under Yeltsin was becoming more democratic (and foundering), and has gone into reverse in democratic terms (although recovering in geopolitical and self-confidence terms) under Putin, who is admired by extreme-right leaders in the West such as Marine Le Pen.

The paradigmatic case is provided by Xi Jinping’s China . It is the system that wields most control over its citizens, thanks to the new technologies of which the Chinese themselves are such prolific users. Its citizens lack any significant appetite for democracy, but they do covet more freedom (to consume, but also to express themselves) and a rule of law (in order to know what it is they are dealing with and to halt corruption). The National People’s Congress has bowed to the will of Xi and the Communist Party and done away with the constitutional principle limiting the Premier and the General Secretary of the Party to serving two terms. Xi has thus turned disregarded the power-limiting rules introduced by Deng Xiaoping in the wake of Mao Tse Tung’s excesses, which collectivised power in the Standing Committee of the Politburo and established term limits; Deng’s reform had been effective in constantly renewing the leadership, forestalling a cult of personality… until now. The regime claims that it is relying on popular support for taking a step that evokes an imperial past.



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