The day after Studio Shift fades out, we got another trick up our sleeves. The Event gathers tech-lovers together for a whole afternoon and evening of workshops, international keynote speakers and people to change ideas with. On October 13th, no one will walk away uninspired about their digital future. Guaranteed.
The event is on invitation only. But maybe you're one of the lucky few for whom we can arrange a ticket. Contact us by email and let us know why you really, really want to be there.
Our guest speaker, Mark Gallagher, has spent his career working in the global sports business of Formula 1 motor racing. This includes 15 years spent on the management boards of two well-known teams, Jordan Grand Prix and Red Bull Racing, and later as Managing Director of the Cosworth Formula 1 engine company.
He will teach us how a data-driven environment such as Formula One encourages continuous improvement.
Whenever a customer chooses to buy your company’s digital product, they’re expressing trust in your business. Digital trust refers to the level of confidence that customers, employees and other stakeholders have in your company’s ability to protect its data and technology resources. As the digital business ecosystem continues to grow, your organisation's ability to cultivate digital trust will become increasingly vital to its success. In this panel discussion with experts like Kat Zhou, we will dive into the specifics of digital trust and how leading companies build digital trust towards their users.
In a world of deepfakes, it will soon be impossible to tell what is real and what isn’t. As advances in AI, video creation and online trolling continue, deepfakes pose a real threat to democracy and individual and societal manipulation. This crisis of misinformation which we now face has since been dubbed the “Infocalypse.” Nina Schick reveals shocking examples of deepfakery and explains the dangerous political consequences of the Infocalypse, both in terms of national security and what it means for public trust in politics. She also unveils what this means for us individuals and how unprepared governments and tech companies are for what’s coming.