Trust in Digital Life
Trust in Digital Life is a membership association comprising leading industry partners and knowledge institutes who exchange experience, share customer, market and technology insights, with the intention of improving the quality of trustworthy digital services and platforms available through joint research and development. Our vision is of a vibrant European Digital Single Market that benefits and can be trusted by both businesses and citizens. Find out more about what we do.
TDL held a roundtable on Building Trust in Artificial Intelligence, hosted by the Representation of the State of Hessen to the EU. In April 2018, the European Commission published its strategy on the opportunities offered by AI, followed in December by a ‘Coordinated Plan on Artificial Intelligence’. The roundtable participants were asked to address many of the issues identified in the strategy for Europe. The roundtable comprises representatives from academia, industry, and the European institutions. The opportunities and challenges associated with all the topics under discussion stimulated a lively debate, sparked ideas and generated insights on how we can move forward into an AI future. The event included lunch and networking.
TDL is taking a key role in the CyberSec4Europe project, announced by the European Commission, alongside TDL members Goethe University Frankfurt, the University of Murcia, KU Leuven and NEC Laboratories Europe GmbH. CyberSec4Europe is one of four pilot projects chosen to lay the ground work for building a European network of centres of cybersecurity expertise which will help to reinforce research and coordination of cybersecurity in the EU. CyberSec4Europe was launched at a kick off meeting hosted by the Representation of the State of Hessen to the European Union in Brussels on 28 February and 1 March, including a public event with guest speakers on the first evening.
Brussels, 20 March 2019
TDL ran a two hour roundtable on 'Building Trust in Artificial Intelligence', hosted by the Representation of the State of Hessen to the EU. The topics covered were:
• Making the compelling case for a successful AI-driven economy
• Addressing the perceived trustworthiness of AI systems
• Developing skills and technologies to further the widespread adoption of AI-based solutions
• Facing the ethical, cybersecurity and privacy-related challenges
• Can Europe become a global leader in AI?
Brussels, 25/26 October 2018
TDL held a two-day event on 25/26 October in Brussels hosted by JonesDay. The event also played host to two of the Thursday
afternoon side events of the 40th International
Conference of Data Protection and Privacy
Commissioners (ICDPPC). The topics covered were:
• GDPR – six months on, what’s been learnt, what’s missing?
• PSD2 – potential use cases and cybersecurity issues
Follow the link below to find the conference report
Brussels, 22 May 2018
The growth of the EU cybersecurity market – in terms of products, services and processes – is being held back, not least due to lack of a recognised cybersecurity certification scheme. TDL is pleased to announce a half-day roundtable event on 22 May in collaboration with New Europe and the Press Club featuring key policymakers and influencers discussing details of certification in the context of the upcoming cybersecurity act.