With nearly 120 registrations our EU Tech Chamber Policy Commission Digital Panel on “New Technologies: Chances and risks for the citizen” was a great success.
We have discussed, in the middle of a global transformation, on the one hand that regulations becomes increasingly important and on the other hand it is a stumbling block for change, is protecting the status quo. Where is the right balance?
On behalf of the Policy Commission, we would like to express sincere thanks to our keynote speaker Daniel G. Andujar with his insightful presentation shared on the new technologies, to our Panelist Father Martin Maier SJ, Paul Nemitz and Matthias Pfeffer for contributing a great panel through touching some key topics, to Henning vom Stein, for welcome address leading to the discussion and to our Board Member of the Chamber Stefan Stempian for the deep dive into our Chamber.
Last but in least, heartfelt thanks to our all participants for the event. See you next time!
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