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About Time – Lomography creates memories at TEDxVienna

Lomography kindly provided us with cameras to use during the TEDxVienna About Time conference and we had a lot of fun with them. Over the last few years, instant cameras have been back on the market: no need to wait more than a few seconds to get the film in […]


What does AI have to do with creativity and compassion?

The TED2018 conference “The Age of Amazement” in Vancouver left me amazed indeed. I was sitting with my jaw dropped in Gartenbaukino on the broadcast event organized by TEDxVienna. But there was one particular talk that kept my brain busy for months after the live stream in April. It was […]


Speaking about Speakers! Meet the Speakers Liasion Team.

The conference is getting closer and every day we are getting more and more excited. Every year, all of the TEDxVienna teams work tog ether to create an exciting and inspiring experience. The part we all look forward to the most? The talks of course! But have you ever wondered […]


How to counteract climate change

“(…) Combatting climate change by capturing carbon isn’t just about saving a polar bear or a glacier. It’s about saving human lives.” – Jennifer Wilcox As fossil fuel consumption increases relentlessly, global greenhouse gas emissions also continue to rise. According to several estimates, a person  produces more than 20 tons […]


Everything you think you know about addiction is wrong

The way we shop, consume, the hours we spend online, our constant food cravings… All compulsive and often harmful. We are all addicts. Still, as long as we don’t become addicted to drugs or alcohol, a second thought on addiction is never on the table. If that is completely okay, […]


Confessions of a bad feminist

“We have this tendency to put visible feminists on a pedestal. We expect them to pose perfectly. When they disappoint us, we gleefully knock them from the very pedestal we put them on…Many women, particularly groundbreaking women and industry leaders, are afraid to be labeled as feminists. They’re afraid to […]