Online Discussion on Personal Data Protection (GDPR) and Innovation
On the occasion of the European Day for the protection of personal data, the non-profit social innovation platform MADE Group, in collaboration with the innovation and entrepreneurship hub of the Technopolis of Athens, Innovathens powered by Samsung, invite the public to the online discussion "GDPR & new on Thursday, January 28, 2021 at 12.30 p.m.
The discussion will explore, among other things, what does the GDPR Regulation mean for innovation and research? How is it adopted and implemented by bodies and international organizations during the development of transnational collaborations? How can the regulatory framework encourage or limit the progress of innovation?
Registration / Tracking Link: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUucO2srjotHtegKUQIG2OEbbnSvGhbd4X8
Program of the event "GDPR & Innovation"
|| 28.1.2021 || 12.30-14.00
Mandalena Kaili, MADE Group
-Antonios Oikonomou, Project manager / INNOVATHENS powered by Samsung
-Gerasimos Tzamarelos, Responsible for Educational Programs / INNOVATHENS powered by Samsung
3. Personal data as an obstacle or opportunity for innovation projects
-Truly Media: Personal Data, Misinformation and Social Balance, Antonios Ramfos, Athens Technology Center
-CALIPER: Linking Research and Innovation for Gender Equality, Dr. Emmanuel Danos and Dr. Maria Flouri, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National Technical University of Athens
-MINDMED: Health digitization, research and protection of sensitive personal data, Dr. Konstantinos Votis, CEO MINDMED, Level XNUMX Researcher Institute of Information & Communication Technologies, CERTH
-ChildRescue: The protection of personal data and humanitarian action in the context of innovation programs. The contribution of the Greek Red Cross to the research program ChildRescue, D.Mr. Antonios Avgerinos, President of the Greek Red Cross
4. Concluding remarks
-Alexandros Spyridon, Lawyer, D.N., LL.M. (LSE), Legal Adviser European Law Observatory on New Technologies-ELONTech
-Eva Kaili, MEP, rapporteur on the cyber security framework, Head of Center for AI & STOA Committee.