On March 27th there were inspiring lectures, exciting insights and open discussions. Many viewers joined the event from wherever they were online – saving time, money and CO2 travel emissions.
The Code to Responsibility
Responsibility is playing an increasingly important role these days – may it be in view of the climate change, the digitization, the business world or the society in general. Companies have to rethink their way of working. Employees and customers need to sharpen their understanding and use of technology.
In our conference, we wanted to show how the combination of digitization and responsibility can be a positive force for human-centered and sustainable business. With topics like creating brand purpose, changing company cultures, designing AI, improving healthcare, fighting climate change and much more.
You can watch the recorded sessions here.
Jeremy Waite - CSO IBM iX:
“Trees, Technology & Transformation”
Jeannette Gusko - Senior Regional Manager DACH, GoFundMe:
“It’s about time: Digitalization for the common good"
Kajal Odedra - Executive Director of the UK, Change.org:
"Digital activism in a global pandemic"
Noam Slonim - Distinguished Engineer at IBM Research AI:
“Project Debater – how persuasive can a computer be?”
Sarah Bernuit - Vice President Europe IBM Digital Strategy & iX:
“How to shape a responsible enterprise during crisis and beyond?“
David Linderman - Founder & Creative:
“Games People Play: Solving serious challenges with game theory”
Laia Abellán Ponce de León - Creative Strategist Facebook:
“Responsible Creative in the Digital Era”
Jan Pilhar Executive Director, IBM iX - Aperto:
“The Confidence Code: Trust in the Data Economy”
Jon André Løkke - CEO of Nel AS:
“Empowering Generations with Clean Energy Forever”
Anna Alex - Planetly:
“For Purpose, For Profit. Planetly – A New Generation of Startups”
John Cohn - IBM Fellow, MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab:
“Big Blue meets Mass Green - A path toward Green AI”