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The Next Web is an online magazine and yearly series of international conferences with special focus on new technologies and disruptive start-ups in Europe. The Next Web site was founded by Tim Berners-Lee as a platform to bring together European Internet entrepreneurs and developers. As a result of his vision, the web has become one of the most important worldwide web communities. The Next Web Annual Meeting is one of its kinds, with leading speakers from Europe and North America gathering to share ideas and detail plans for the next year.
Starting with the presentations of the speakers, the Next Web conference moves on to hand-picked topics, hand-selected participants, and keynotes from the previous years. The topics this year are on innovation, disruptive technology, artificial intelligence, digital creativity, and future security. Among the featured speakers are Sir Richard Barrow, entrepreneur and philanthropist; Dr. Peter Norton, professor of computer science at MIT; Dr. Joost van Slothe, director of research at Philips; and Bertrand Russell, professor emeritus at University College London.
The Next Web conference Amsterdam is co-hosted by the Amsterdam Media Center and the Institute of Technology. The conference’s focus is to foster cooperation among European media companies and to foster technological innovation. The participants attend a series of workshops, seminars, and discussions that give them the chance to share ideas and experiences. The conferences have been known to include guest speakers from Google, Apple, Amazon, Cisco, DBA, and Microsoft. The Netherlands-based venue is also used for business meetings, receptions, weddings, receptions, and anniversaries.