KIELTYKA GLADKOWSKI takes part in the National Data Strategy Forum organised by techUK; a webinar on Public Attitudes to Data and AI, on Thursday 17th of November 2022.
This webinar will be a chance to hear about new insights from the second wave of the tracker survey, from lead policy officials from CDEI (Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation). It will also include a panel discussion with leaders from government and industry, on building public trust in responsible data use. Public trust is crucial to unlocking the potential benefits of better data use; without it, organisations will lack confidence to invest in innovative data-driven technologies and the public will not opt-in or adopt them. The National Data Strategy sets out the government’s commitment to driving safe and trusted use of data as well as to build trust in responsible data use.
On December 7 2022 KIELTYKA GLADKOWSKI KG LEGAL will take part in the Discussion on “The New World Order: The Implications of Rising US – China Friction “– a panel with INSEAD and WSJ senior journalists.
The panel gives a great opportunity to learn more about the current political state concerning the two economic giants. It is certain, that the discussion will cover most crucial issues and answer many important questions such as: Are we entering a new Cold War? To what extent will the US and Chinese economies decouple? What are the long-term ripple effects of China’s zero-Covid policy for the rest of the world? What are the possible scenarios for Taiwan, and what could that mean for the balance of power in Asia?
On 7 December 2022, KIELTYKA GLADKOWSKI is taking part in the Digital Ethics Summit organised by techUK. techUK and partners will bring together academics, philosophers, lawyers, technology experts, policy makers and other key stakeholders at techUK’s sixth annual Digital Ethics Summit.
The Digital Ethics Summit agenda aligns closely with global developments within ethical technology.
On 20-21 October KIELTYKA GLADKOWSKI KG LEGAL took part in the online events of the Data People Summit organised by Ataccama in Boston, Massachusetts. The main events included leadership sessions, fast-track training and Ataccama products launch.
The Summit gave an excellent opportunity to upskill, learn about data management and train with the best experts and professionals in the field.
The courses included topics such as data management capabilities, cloud data management, and data ethics. They were organised by John Bottega (President), Mike Meriton (Founder & COO), and Diana Ascher (Head of Research) from EDM Council, which is the leading advocate for the development and implementation of Data Standards, Best Practices and comprehensive Training and Certification programs.