Byrke Lou speaks on innovation and the future of tech for businesses, daily life, and the entertainment industry at the most renown conferences of tech and innovation, including SXSW (over 400.000 attendees), Summit L.A. (the world’s preeminent ideas festival, with AL Gore and Gary Veynerchuck as keynote speakers), re:publica, the International Festival for Animated Film Stuttgart (the leading event for animated film, with 100.000 visitors), Tech Open Air Berlin (20.000 attendees), and many more. As a panelist, she discussed the future of AI and AR with the CEO of PIXOMODO, the CEO of LANDR, the Head of the Cultural and Communications Department of the Federal Foreign Office Germany, the Head of Marketing of Fraunhofer HHI, and more.
In 2015, she funded “movLab,” an interdisciplinary group for research on the impact of digitizing human bodies and for the production of (performance)art with DIY technology.
From 2017 to 2019, she held the first courses on VR, AR, XR, and AI for music, performance art, space, and fine art, as well as on ethics for AI, at the University of Art Berlin.
Since 2016, she has spoken especially on the effects of virtual and augmented reality, digitization, artificial intelligence, and other emerging technologies on our future, our society, the music ecosystem, and the future of work and creative work.WHO IS BYRKE LOU
Byrke Lou speaks on the impact of new and emerging technologies. In particular, she analyzes their impact on our future lives, future businesses, the future of entertainment, and the future of creative processes.
Byrke Lou holds keynotes on the impact of new and emerging technologies on different areas of our future lives.
Byrke Lou produces research labs, which explore topics relevant to your business. If you feel your team should explore a new way of working, collaborating, and generating ideas, please get in touch.
Byrke Lou curates exhibitions, panels, events, and shows. If you need programming around specific technologies, topics, or questions, get in touch.
Byrke Lou teaches art and media as well as tech-related artistic practice, from sculpture to performance art. Byrke Lou teaches at the postgraduate university level.