Challenges Create Opportunities! How US and Europe can obtain autonomy and sovereignty in a new digital world

Thursday, Apr 7, 2022

All major platforms, technologies, AI-models, and businesses to manage data in the field of security, safety, and risk mitigation- are mostly at home in the United States or China. At the same time, Europe is trying to find a clear position by execution is decentralized and slowed by bureaucracies. Once more, governance, regulation, and taxation are the terms that define Europe’s AI and deep tech policy. What can be done to accelerate the process? Is Europe lagging behind loosing its chance to obtain and retain autonomy and sovereignty in a new digital world order? How realistic is Europe’s dream of becoming a viable central hub and a connector between US/China and the exporter of “AI for good”?

Target Audience

This event is directed towards entrepreneurs, investors, government, research institutions and corporations.

Format:            Virtual Panel Discussion
Platform:         Zoom Webinar
Length:             1 hour
Date:                Thursday, April 7th, 10AM PT | 1PM ET | 7PM CET

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Aleksandar Stojanovic Aleksandar Stojanovic, Executive Chairman and Co-Founder at AVA Information Systems GmbH
Tyson Barker Tyson Barker, Head, Technology and Global Affairs Program, DGAP
Courtney Bowman Courtney Bowman, Global Director of Privacy and Civil Liberties Engineering, Palantir Technologies
Anastassia Lauterbach Anastassia Lauterbach, Managing Director EMEA The ExCo Leadership Group, NED, Professor for AI, Public Speaker and Writer, Leadership Coach
Beatriz Botero Beatriz Botero, Co-Founder Edgelands Institute, Assistant Professor at Sciences Po Law School, and Faculty As

This event is organized by

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The Transatlantic AI eXchange is a platform that aims at accelerating and expanding the global economic, social and academic leadership of the US and Germany in the human-machine economy.

Through webinars, workshops, conferences and one-to-one coachings, the Transatlantic AI eXchange fosters exchange on AI and creates the grounds for entrepreneurs, researchers, investors and policymakers to build long-term partnerships. Thereby, the Transatlantic AI eXchange supports the ambitions of the German government’s $6 billion “AI made in Germany” strategy and the US calls for “techno-democracies” to join forces globally.