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As part of our partnership with ArtCenter, our Women in Tech event series invites alumna from their network into the Factory Berlin community.

As LabTwin CEO, Magdalena Paluch is on a mission to humanize technology for the Life Science industry and equip scientists with the tools needed to accelerate scientific discovery.

For this, the first event in the series, she will speak about her experience building a Vertical AI Startup with a significant focus on creating a symbiosis between human and machine.

Join us to hear Magdalena explain what makes a Vertical AI Startup unique, what it takes to combine AI and subject matter expertise to solve problems for a particular type of customer/industry and how to design a company and product that lays the foundation for a symbiosis between human and machine.

AGENDA

6:30pm- Doors open

6:50 – 7:00 pm Factory Berlin Welcome

7:00 – 8:00 pm Talk by Magdalena Paluch, LabTwin

8:00 – 8:30 pm Networking

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Magdalena is a user experience designer and entrepreneur with over 13 years experience in building new technologies. In her previous role as Director at Boston Consulting Group Digital Ventures, Magdalena led corporate-backed startups and innovation initiatives in Europe and the U.S. She was also an Innovation Strategist at Toyota, where she identified and implemented emerging technologies in mobility and robotics. Magdalena brings her user-centric design approach, strategic thinking and business insights to LabTwin where she leads a multi-disciplinary team of experts.

ABOUT LABTWIN

LabTwin is the world’s first voice and AI-powered digital lab assistant, working alongside scientists at the point of experimentation. Access data, coordinate experiments, take notes and record results in real-time from anywhere in your lab just by talking to LabTwin.

ABOUT ARTCENTER

ArtCenter comprises a diverse community of singularly creative individuals drawn together by the desire to leverage the power of imagination to create change in ways big and small. Through the Factory Berlin – ArtCenter partnership, two creator communities are brought together to exchange knowledge and vision, with both alumni and current students being integrated into the Factory Berlin programs and network.

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Summary

When

October 30

6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Where

3rd Floor, Google Zukunftswerkstatt, Factory Görlitzer Park

Category

Member Event, Public Talk

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