Dallos Bogit 2014-ben ismerhette meg a magyar nagyközönség a Dal című műsor döntőjében, ahol a legjobb négy közé került, majd később ősszel James Blunt előzenekaraként érte a megtiszteltetés. A tehetséges énekesnő azóta is a szenvedélyének a zenének él, több teltházas koncertet adott, dalai pedig megtalálhatók a lejátszási listák élén is. Munkája egy részét digitálisan végzi, így számára adatai, laptopja, illetve online felületeinek a védelme kiemelten fontos.
The talk show with the stars of science in English starts at 2.52!
Talk show participants
1. rész (18.00-18.30)
Magyarország egyik legismertebb mentalistája nem hisz a véletlenekben. Uri Geller tehetségkutatójának győztese világszerte rendezvények ezrein kápráztatta el megmagyarázhatatlan produkcióival a közönséget. Danny fantasztikus memóriával, hihetetlen emberismerettel és elképesztő manipulációs készséggel minden generáció gondolatait megmozgatja. Saját televízióműsorának immár a Viasat3, Story4 és a TV2 is helyet adott, ahol – Berki Krisztiántól Vágó Istvánig – Magyarország legtöbb hírességét már megdöbbentette. Danny Blue sosem távozik anélkül, hogy kérdőjeleket hagyjon maga után valódi benyomást téve bármely közönségre.
Renáta pszichológusként és a Dora Natura cég vezetőjeként dolgozik. Több mint tíz éve foglalkozik többek között a megfelelő egyensúly megtalálásával, ami a mai, adatok vezérelte világban is kiemelten fontos. A sikeres szakember szerint nem törvényszerű, hogy a munka és a család kettősségében egyik a másik kárán valósul meg. Pszichológusként nemzetközi projektben is részt vett.
2. rész (18.30-20.00)
World famous American astrophysicist, author, science communicator, director of the Hayden Planetarium in New York, and research associate in the Department of Astrophysics of the American Museum of Natural History. His YouTube videos are followed by millions of people, he produces a popular podcast and had cameo appearances in several films and TV series (including The Big Bang Theory, The Simpsons, Futurama and Family Guy). He is the host and editor of National Geographic's new series “Cosmos: Possible Worlds” and had previously hosted the channel's “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey” series. His show “StarTalk”, which brings science to the viewer through humour and celebrity guests, was nominated for an Emmy Award. He holds more than 20 honorary doctorates and has been awarded one of NASA's highest civilian honours for his work.
Andy Weir is a novelist and former software engineer. His literary breakthrough came with “The Martian”, which was made into the 2015 science fiction film with the same title, directed by Ridley Scott and starring Matt Damon. The author has since published several books, most recently “Project Hail Mary”. He avidly studies and follows orbital mechanics, astronomy and of course, the history of human spaceflight as a hobby, so the books he has written are as faithful a portrayal of extraterrestrial adventures as possible.
One of the leading figures in data security and Europe's number one ethical hacker. Specialising in social engineering, he speaks to major corporations around the world and is a regular guest at some of the industry's most prestigious conferences. He is a cybersecurity advisor to the Cyber Smile Foundation, where he works on the prevention and management of cyber bullying. His work highlights the importance of data security, demonstrating how simple and easy it is to exploit systemic vulnerabilities.
Internationally renowned and one of the most influential PhD medical futurists in his field, he is on a mission to forge a closer relationship between digital technologies and methods and healthcare. He has published two books on the subject, one entitled “My Health: Upgraded” and the other “The Guide to the Future of Medicine”. Bertalan is also an international award-winning English blogger (MediQ), a lecturer in the world's first university course on social media and medicine at Semmelweis University, and a regular contributor to Webicina.com. He has been invited to lecture at Singularity University's exclusive Futuremed course for students at NASA headquarters, and has also been asked to speak at Harvard, Stanford and Yale.
The well-known businessman is of the opinion that the fate of a country is determined in the long term by its entrepreneurs and companies. He says he is looking for solutions and companies that create something new, exciting and socially useful. This is why he became a founding member of Startup Hungary. In his early career, he was involved in the development and standardisation of first-generation wireless networks at the Finnish company, Nokia. After his first mobile gaming company PDAdmill, he co-founded the automotive software development company NNG, where he developed and took the iGO Navigation system to the international stage. He devotes his energies to supporting and supporting Hungarian technology start-ups as an advisor and angel investor.
MVM Future Talks
The most important star experts talked about issues that affect the future of us all!
Social media site algorithms, our phones and other systems that analyse our daily habits know more about us than we do ourselves. Do we know what will happen to the data stored by our
digital devices? What do we think a data-driven future will look like, if we are unable to even cope with the data-driven present? Is it conceivable that the infinite amount of data stored
in the human brain will one day be accessible to machines?
MVM Future Talks, the virtual talk show roundtable brought together some of the most respected experts from home and abroad to answer these pressing questions on 18 November for tens of thousands of viewers. The show can be rewatched here until the 2nd of December.
Celebrity guests at the event includes Andy Weir, the popular American science fiction writer and author of the bestselling books The Martian and The Hail Mary Mission, and
Neil DeGrasse Tyson, American astrophysicist and author, renowned science communicator with millions of YouTube followers and appearances on TV shows such as “The Big Bang Theory” and
The event also featured Jamie Woodruff, one of Europe's foremost ethical hackers and cybersecurity experts. Guests from the US and the UK joined online, while Hungarian star experts were present in person in the Budapest studio. Viewers were able to ask Bertalan Meskó, medical futurologist, and Péter Balogh, co-founder of software company NNG, start-upper and angel investor, live online. The online talk show was hosted by Nóra Ördög, a well-known television personality, and Gergely Szirmai, host of the YouTube channel Hollywood News Agency, which is followed by hundreds of thousands of people.
Arc of Enlightenment in a rational, civilized world:
Data → Facts → Information → Knowledge → Insight → Wisdom
Neil deGrasse Tyson
My first book was so horrible I have deleted all copies of it. Thankfully, it was before the Internet, so there are no lurking caches of it anywhere.
Thanks to our modern era, facts are incredibly easy to come by. A few web searches for your subject matter, and you have all the information you could dream of.
Artificial intelligence generates hypotheses human scientists haven't thought of. It means machine-learning algorithms could guide humans toward new experiments and theories.
I always said that A.I. doesn't take away the art of medicine. It's the opposite.
Computers will never be secure