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ITB-Personalities: Juliane Gaebler, Senior Product Manager, ITB Berlin

Juliane Gaebler, Senior Product Manager, ITB Berlin

Artificial Intelligence and Bearing fire feeling

The new things I am bringing to ITB Berlin 2017…

… an additional hall for the eTravel World at ITB Berlin 2017.  Beyond Travel Technology itself, and driven in large part by enthusiasm, e-commerce, e-mobility, e-tickets and e-books have become the fastest-growing segment at ITB Berlin.

I am hoping for satisfied exhibitors and visitors, innovative products for tomorrow’s tourism industry, and positive meetings.

ITB Berlin Convention: Humanoid robots – artificial intelligence in tourism

ITB Berlin Kongress: Humanoide Roboter - Künstliche Intelligenz im Tourismus

Last year’s key topic on the service provided by humanoid robots will be continued at the ITB Convention 2017 with a focus on artificial intelligence. Technology giants are investing heavily in researching and finding uses for artificial intelligence. People and the industry are being driven forward by innovation. It seems only a matter of time before the latest technology impacts on travel behaviour and parts of the tourism service chain.

ITB Berlin Convention: Mastering the challenges facing tourism in an age of global uncertainty and crises

ITB Berlin Kongress: Tourismus meistern in Zeiten globaler Unsicherheit und Krisen

Geopolitical crises and disasters, travel safety risks and artificial intelligence will be the main topics at the ITB Berlin Convention 2017. Over the course of four days and 200 sessions 400 speakers will highlight the current challenges facing the tourism industry.

ITB Berlin Kongress: Tourismus meistern in Zeiten globaler Unsicherheit und Krisen

ITB Berlin Kongress: Tourismus meistern in Zeiten globaler Unsicherheit und Krisen

Geopolitische Krisen und Katastrophen, Sicherheitsrisiken und künstliche Intelligenz sind die zentralen Themen auf dem ITB Berlin Kongress 2017. In 200 Sessions beleuchten 400 Referenten an vier Kongresstagen die aktuellen Herausforderungen der Tourismusbranche.