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August 2018

#LEAI: Leipzig talks Artificial Intelligence

in #TechTavern/Leipzig/Society/Start up
Can Leipzig become one of the world's Artificial Intelligence hubs?
Can Leipzig become one of the world's Artificial Intelligence hubs?

With simply explained concepts, witty jokes and a melting pot of friendly faces from all corners of the earth, everyone can learn more about what technology means for us, and how our lives might change in the near future – while having fun.

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Bridges of (Com)passion: fuel for creatives

in Business/Glocal/Leipzig tips
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    © Greenline Tankstelle Mockau
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    © Greenline Tankstelle Mockau

Go in for gas… come out with your own novel? #DoItInMockau

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Luxembourg: a poetic time capsule

in Poetry/Travel

Luxembourg, 1979 – from the pen and perspective of an Australasian poet, in English & auf Deutsch.

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Leather, paper, feather – castles

in History/Literature/Travel
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    Moritzburg Castle, Germany. (Photo: Lito Seizani)
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    Schwerin Castle, Germany. (Photo: public domain)
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    Ludwigslust Palace, Germany. (Photo: Lito Seizani)

Renaissance and Baroque surprises lie just a train ride (or a few) away.

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Germany: “the most feminist country I’ve ever lived in”

in My Leipzig/Opinion/Society
Street art in Berlin, Germany.
Street art in Berlin, Germany.

“Throughout my twenties, I lived and worked in the United States, India and France, before settling in Germany. Each new country has revealed a new dimension of womanhood and has given me some small, subjective insight into what it means to be female across different societies.”

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1003 Nights: “Memoir of an Anarchist City”

in History/LEIPGLO/Literature/Society
Urban art in Leipzig Plagwitz.
Urban art in Leipzig Plagwitz. Public domain photo

“Of course, Charlemagne couldn’t destroy that Leipzig spirit: and neither would the Habsburgs, Napoleon, Hitler, or Stalin.” (1003 Nights literary contest winner – mixed genre)

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