Don’t miss these talks on Day 2 of Web Summit

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From captivating storytelling to a ChatGPTeacher, Day 2 is jam-packed with something for everyone. Here are our top picks.

With Day 1 of Web Summit wrapped up, it’s time check out the most popular discussions for Day 2 – as chosen by the Web Summit staff.

Are you hoping to get a crash course on compelling narration? Or maybe you’re searching for a solutions-based approach to the climate crisis. Either way, we’ve got you covered.

Here are six talks taking place on Day 2 that you won’t want to miss.

Storytelling: How to build trust and drive growth

Crafting a compelling narrative is key to any brand’s success. But that’s not the only ingredient needed to captivate an audience.

For tech innovators, gaining trust hinges on transparent and succinct communication.

Join this session as Tilo Bonow – an investor, renowned communications strategist for high-growth tech ventures, and seasoned entrepreneur – unveils essential communication strategies.

ChatGPTeacher: How tech is shaping the future of learning

How is technology reshaping the way we think about education, and what is the future of learning?

From AI-driven personalisation to virtual classrooms and beyond, discover the intricate interplay between innovation and traditional teaching methods.

Leading speakers, including Cointelegraph editor-in-chief Kristina Lucrezia Cornèr and Technovation founder and CEO Tara Chklovski share their insights.

The world is on fire. Here’s a realistic plan to save it.

We spend a lot of time talking about the ecological crisis, and not nearly enough time figuring out solutions.

Climate activist Sage Lenier takes to the stage to shed a light on what a realistic and just transition could be, and the role the industry must play in leading us towards a more circular and equitable economy.

How to be funny while being serious

Using comedy to make a serious point is not new humour. This type of comedy can help us uncover the absurd and expose the outrageous.

In this session, writer and producer Jolyon Rubinstein joins Don’t Panic founding partner Joe Wade to illustrate how we can use laughs to get a point across.

How to train your AI

Datasets are the lifeblood of AI, but they are finite and often unrefined. Can they be improved? Can we create datasets that are a perfect fit for AI’s purpose?

Join Contextual AI CEO Douwe Kiela to explore these questions and discuss how better, more accurate AI can be created.

How Japan has gone mainstream with virtual characters

The VTuber (virtual YouTuber) revolution in Japan has gone mainstream, appearing everywhere from TikTok and livestreaming to broadcast television.

Through the use of cutting-edge tech, anime characters now inhabit the same space as famous actors and influencers.

Sega co-COO Shuji Utsumi and AKA Virtual CEO Jia Shen discuss how this is transforming character, gaming and entertainment spaces in Japan.

For a full list of what to expect on Day 2 of Web Summit, check out the schedule.

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Cut out images of four speakers (from left to right): Sheila North, former MKO Grand Chief of Bunibonibee Cree Nation, Ayọ Tometi, creative entrepreneur, tech advisor and co-founder of Black Lives Matter, Sage Lenier, founder and climate activist at Just & Sustainable Future, and Sara Sabry, founder, CEO and astronaut at Deep Space Initiative.

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