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Verena Fulde

Spokesperson, Corporate Blogger

Verena Fulde tries to understand how to make innovation and what’s the (social) impacts of Digitization will be (keyword: digital responsibility initiative). If you want to know what’s the benefit of a partnering between big corporations and start-ups, why Telekom has offices in Silicon Valley and Israel, what the Telekom Design Gallery is, or what topics are researched by Telekom Innovation Laboratories, she is the right person to contact.

She studied German literature, history and politics, and found the way to Deutsche Telekom through the sponsoring of the T-Mobile cycling team. She managed the international communication for the team until doping put an abrupt end to it. Then she switched to more classic corporate themes.

Articles by Verena Fulde

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Blog.Telekom

Israel - creative and candidly

Thinking about innovation and Israel, cyber security came first to mind. But the small country with 8.5 million people has more to offer when it comes to innovative solutions and products.

Digital Responsibility

Company

We need a “Digital Ethics” policy

The impact of artificial intelligence (AI) should not be underestimated – it can have positive as well as negative effects. That’s why Deutsche Telekom has defined its own obligatory policy for governing the use of AI.

A robot

Blog.Telekom

Robo Sapiens – how human can robots become?

Robots work on assembly lines, repeating the same task with the same precision for hours, days and even weeks on end. And they don't even complain. They are patient, fast and free of prejudices. And they never call in sick – at most, they might break down and...

ZEISS and Deutsche Telekom start Joint Venture

Media

ZEISS and Deutsche Telekom start Joint Venture

The two partners each hold a 50 percent stake in the joint venture that will drive the development of Smart Glasses technology in the areas of optics and connectivity.

Tel Aviv

Blog.Telekom

Israel – An unexpected Love

"Why Israel, of all places?", I thought. When colleagues from the Czech Republic approached me with a first request to organize a trip to Tel Aviv, for journalists, I hesitated for quite some time.

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