Open Door Day of libary of the Deutsches Museum
Lectures/readings in GERMAN
In the Lesesaal, as an exception the reading will be "aloud" on that day:
2 pm | Science Fiction
The translator Gregor Runge talks with curator Frank Dittmann about the science fiction classic »Die Maschine steht still« by E.M. Forster, whom he translated from English into German.
The narrative shows a lot of technical achievements, which could only be realized decades later.
3 pm | mathematics
You would like to know how to squares three-digit numbers like Protected content barely seven seconds? Or the frightening product Protected content 178 with a few quick maneuvers humus-free? How this works, in his head, show Christian Hesses magical tricks, which he betrays in his work "Mathe to go."
4 pm | history of technology
One of the pioneers of Modernism was »Werner von Siemens«, who laid the telegraph cable to North America and Vorderasien and built the world's first electric tram.
On the occasion of his 200th birthday, Johannes Bähr captures a fascinating picture of this extraordinary entrepreneur and his epoch.
5 pm | Artificial intelligence
The machines are awake. They drive cars autonomously, learn to cook and play, paint and play, think and debate. How artificial intelligence and "smart machines" will change our lives is the theme of Ulrich Eberl's lecture, which has a very special guest: his house robot Nao Bluestar
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