18 - 19 June 2018
2nd Annual Transatlantic Symposium on ICT and Policy “Leveraging People, Technology, and Information for a Smart and Connected Society” will be organized on June 18-19, 2018 at Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC, USA.
Registration is free, thanks to our sponsors. It will also be the final event of the PICASSO project.
Key topics? Cybersecurity and cyber resiliency strategy; Big Data, Cyber-physical Systems and Internet of Things; Artificial Intelligence, 5G and Beyond. We will also explore cross-cutting topics, such as policy considerations - privacy, security, standardization; expanding support for citizen science initiatives…
Keynotes and speakers? Peter Fatelnig, Minister-Councilor Digital Economy Policy, EU Delegation to the USA, and Dawn Tilbury, Head, NSF Engineering Directorate, National Science Foundation, will make keynote opening talks. There are 20+ outstanding speakers and panelists, from both academia and industry - including the general manager of global cybersecurity strategy @ Microsoft, the director of strategic partnership @Uber Technologies, the directors of two USA Big Data Innovation Hubs, the leaders of PICASSO Expert Groups in 5G, IoT/CPS, big data and policy, the leaders of European initiatives such as Big Data Value Association, FIWARE, Cyberwatching…
This Symposium builds on the success of the First Transatlantic Symposium on ICT Technology and Policy, held in Minneapolis, MN, USA on June 19th and 20th, 2017.
About the 2nd Annual Symposium - agenda, registration… : Wilson Center website here
About PICASSO and its contribution to EU-US ICT collaboration: here
In order to join in the webcast – the link is here