Foundations of ICT for decision makers
C4DT is organizing the 7th edition of the “FICT for Decision Makers” course. The target audience is managers and executives, without any technical prerequisites. The audience will gain in-depth understanding of the digital ecosystem.
Trust and Safety Research Conference
The Stanford Internet Observatory and the Trust and Safety Foundation will host a two-day conference focusing on cutting-edge research in trust and safety for those in academia, industry, civil society, and government.
The Inaugural Chief Data Officer & Information Quality European Symposium
In 2022, the #MITCDOIQ will bring the globally renowned Chief Data Officer & Information Quality Symposium (CDOIQ) hosted at MIT to Europe for the first time, in cooperation with the Competence Center Corporate Data Quality (University of Lausanne – UNIL) and the Swiss Data Science Center (ETH Zurich & EPFL). The CDOIQ Symposium has established itself as one of the most important data events to exchange innovative ideas, best practices and to promote the adoption of the CDO role.
The Opendata.ch/2022 Forum is a conference that offers experts and the curious the opportunity to learn and exchange the newest findings around open data and open knowledge. The forum will take place on June 23rd at the BFH in Bern.
With this year’s theme «Open Knowledge, What’s Next?», they will be looking at the future of open data and open knowledge.
Demystifying the Commercial Potential of Privacy-Enhancing Technologies
By 2025 the total amount of data created, captured and consumed is predicted to reach 175 zettabytes. However, much of that data’s value is being wasted due to distrust, as there is fear that the data would be exposed when used, computed on or shared with collaborators, possibly leading to trade secrets being leaked or data protection legislation fines.
Privacy-Enhancing Technology Summit Europe 2022
Privacy, security, and regulatory constraints create difficulties for data-driven projects. This includes initiatives involving sensitive data being processed, accessed, monetised, bought, sold, shared, aggregated, or analysed. To unleash the power of sensitive data for these functions, Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (PETs) are being deployed by many different sectors. Industries benefiting range from financial services to healthcare to pharmaceuticals to […]
Applied Machine Learning Days – AI for Media & Democracy
By joining forces, C4DT and IMI aim to offer a track dedicated to societal issues related to information and technology, at the intersection between media and trust in the digital world.
Applied Machine Learning Days – AI & Healthcare
The track “AI & Healthcare” aims at bringing together researchers from academia, public health, start-ups and industry to share experiences and best practices, to jointly discuss the potential of AI in the transformation of healthcare towards a trustworthy system with improved patient and society outcomes.
The Rule of Law, Democracy and the Future of Europe in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
The Rule of Law, Democracy and the Future of Europe in the Age of Artificial Intelligence in collaboration with Fondation Jean Monet pour l’Europe and EPFL.
Applied Machine Learning Days – AI & Cybersecurity
In this track, we explore the role of AI for cybersecurity – its blessing and its curse – and how the private sector, government and academia should collaborate to reduce the threat landscape of AI systems as well as to isolate them with safeguard mechanisms that make it easy to shut down if things start to go wrong.
Campus Lecture with Chelsea Manning
Chelsea E. Manning is a technologist and network security expert whose actions showed the world that the conscience of individuals can make urgent change through bravery and determination. She speaks on the social, technological, and economic ramifications of Artificial Intelligence, and on the practical applications of machine learning. She is a vocal advocate for government transparency and queer and transgender rights as @xychelsea on Twitter and through her op-ed columns for The Guardian and The New York Times.