What’s next In breast augmentation?
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    "I don't know if you ever thought about it but if you look at the 20th century through my perspectives as a plastic surgeon, it's an amazing era where human beings became able to transform their own body."

    "But the 20th century wasn't the age of nature it was the age of excessiveness where we didn't care a lot about our environment and this led to a lot of fake looks especially in esthetic surgery."

    "We can now harvest fat anywhere in the body where we have it in excess, isolate the fat cells called the adipocytes and inject them where we need. (...) For a woman with small breasts and large hips, we can harvest her fat, centrifuge it and isolate those fat cells and inject them through tiny little needles, tiny little holes (...) inside the breasts. Doing so we can of course augment the size of breasts up to two cups and we get rid of the excess fat."

    "There's a way to combine implants with that and it's called composite breast augmentation. We inject fat all around the implant that smoothens the edges and it's a great to get a natural look."

    "Soon we will be able to create implants custom made for everyone, exactly the one you need for your anatomy."

    "There is a definitive trend in the breast augmentation where towards more natural looks and the next generation of implants will be organic and haute-couture which meaning that they will be tailor-made to your anatomy and your needs."



How is the aerospace industry changing with digitalization?
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    "In the aerospace industry the race has just started, it aims to more efficient production systems"



How will we use stem cells to treat degenerative diseases in the future?
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    Jonathan Weitzman is the Director of the UMR Epigenetics and Cell Fate in Paris, France

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What is the future of smart computers?
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    ESCP EUROPE Graduate with a major in entrepreneurship, now COO/CMO @Stample ( a Paris and Los Angeles based startup building a social platform to curate and share knowledge.


Engage through technology in Education?
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    Vincent Uriarte's talk on using modern technology to revolutionize the education system, given at WikiStage ESCP event in Madrid.


Are We Closer to Digitalization in Healthcare in Europe?
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    WikiStage ESCP Europe - Berlin campus.

    "80% of insurance apps have zero updates, no reviews or have not even been used".


Phil Chen – Virtual Agency: Unlocking VR's Potential
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    2015 Future of StoryTelling Summit Speaker: Phil Chen
    Chief Content Officer, HTC & Cofounder, Vive
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    Virtual reality pushes the capabilities of computers like no other current technology; putting a 3D world in front of you and making it interactive requires a lot of power. But the payoff? A new medium that directly engages with you, multiplying your perspective and allowing a new kind of empathy. Phil Chen, Chief Content Officer of HTC’s Vive, is working to intensify that experience by stressing interactivity—not just putting you into a virtual world, but encouraging you to engage with it. You can stick your head inside a jet engine or walk inside your own brain. At FoST, Chen will discuss how interactivity makes VR a tool for learning, for communication, and for storytelling—a way to add a new dimension to our lives.

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Seeing Eternity in a Daffodil: making robots, making life
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    Human beings have always been fascinated with making life, in its many forms, and with all of the tools and technologies of the day at our disposal. Our cultures, histories, and myths are steeped in tales of the making (and taking) of life: gods who make human beings to do their biddings; gods who transform themselves into human beings, if only temporarily; ancestral figures who transform themselves into humans; strange hybrids of gods and human beings with blends of skills and powers, as well as the misappropriation and abuse of them.
    In this talk, Dr. Genevieve Bell will explore a distinct set of narratives about making life by focusing specifically on those that employ technology. Specifically, she will examine how, where, and why we might locate robots within this larger set of cultural and historical conversations.
    The word “robot” had immediate and global resonance when it first appeared in the 1920s, in no small part because it conjoined centuries of literary and technical activities. We had already built mechanical objects (and indeed mechanical people), and we had imagined making life. Thus the very idea of the robot immediately typified a rich and contested cultural history of technical strivings and literary imaginings; and it has ever since.


12 Minutes of Passion about Electric Vehicles
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    Afeez Alade at WikiStage ESCP Europe 2015 London on electric vehicles and his company TryMyEV


Design thinking: Ulrich Weinberg at TEDxBratislava
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    Ulrich Weinberg introduces design thinking and his experiences that confirmed his past approaches to the creative process. He is convinced of the power of group-based innovation that can help in many different industries.

    In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)