The 2019 summit looked at the challenges that these issues present, and at the policy and technology solutions now emerging including the “Online Harms White Paper”
Minister for Digital and Broadband, DCMS
Writer and campaigner
Head of UK Government Office for AI
Co-founder and CCO, The Conduit
Executive Director, Datum Future (photo by Leo Cackett)
Head of Digital Health and AI, NHSX
Chief Commercial Officer, Faculty
Deputy Director for Trust & Identity, DWP
Design and Product Director, 87%
Co-founder and CEO, PUBLIC
Co-Chair, UN Global Working Group Bureau for Big Data
Director of Policy, Professionalism and Public Affairs, BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT
Policy Director, Internet Matters
CEO, Life Moments
Co-founder and CEO, No Isolation
Co-founder and Partner, Arc Group
Director of Strategy, Beyond
Head of Technology, CAST
Strategy Director, DigitalAgenda
Chief Data Officer, Lloyds Banking Group
Head of Innovation, Cisco UKI
Group Director of Information Services, Northumbrian Water Group
Director of Digital Society, BT
Technology is changing our economy fast. But too many business models work against the public interest. How can tech business, and government, do more for the common good?
How can it make the internet safer? What regulation is needed to ensure a fairer internet? How can we protect innovation?
Digital’s effects on online behaviour, mental health and concerns over privacy and online safety. How can we get past the problems that it creates? What are the wellbeing benefits that digital promises for us?
Delegates attended from across business, startups, big tech, policy, think tanks, the not-for-profit sector, academic and consumer groups.
Summit tickets included 1 year’s free membership for the DigitalAgenda Network. Discounts and free places apply for network members. If you are not sure whether you or your company is a member of DigitalAgenda, please do not hesitate to contact [email protected]
One of the best informed & most constructive debates I've participated in.
Thanks for raising the bar on what an event on this theme should be like.
Surely one of the best events I have attended - organised with hard work and dedication.
8:30 AM Registration and refreshments start
9:15 AM Summit Introduction and the DigitalAgenda Report Discussion
09:40 AM Speech ‘Tech for good, profit with purpose’
09:50 AM Panel discussion: Power, Responsibility and the Economy
10:30 AM Ministerial Keynote
11:00 AM Coffee Networking Break
11:45 AM Fireside Chat: AI revolution – opportunities and challenges
12:15 PM Panel discussion: Regulation and Innovation
1:00 PM Lunch Break
2:10 PM Fireside Chat: Caroline Criado-Perez, the author of the Invisible Women
2:40 PM Panel discussion: Technology and Society
3:30 PM Looking to the future
4:10 PM Closing Keynote
4:20 PM Close
The 2nd summit returned again to the modern Knowledge Centre at the British Library in Euston. The venue consists of a state-of-the-art theatre is the perfect setting for a day of ideas, debate and networking.