For us, it’s not only the matter of technical but also mental innovations. It’s about a new approach. This is our motto. Justyna Orłowska and Anotni Rytel, GovTech Polska, in conversation with Maciej Chojnowski
We are witnessing the final years of an industrial revolution in which routine, repeatable work is taken over by machines. And it’s a good thing, because it frees people to regain their talents, creativity, emotions. Paweł Łuksza and Dmitry Sudakov, the authors of the “Atlas of Emerging Jobs”, in conversation with Michał Rolecki.
New technologies are going to further polarize the labor market. We are going to have extremely well-paid, highly skilled people and “replaceable employees” working for peanuts. Professor Katarzyna Śledziewska and professor Renata Włoch in conversation with Maciej Chojnowski.
What would happen if artificial intelligence was trained on propaganda press texts? I shudder to think. That is why humans will always have to control AI. Including those who use algorithms to digitize the collection of the National Library of Poland.
The Japanese know that they have to get globalized and digitized. They have been trying to catch up for several years but they are still falling behind. Piotr Grzywacz, an innovator working for Japanese companies, was interviewed by Monika Redzisz.
When building a safe cyber world, it is worth starting with the identification of where and how much our functioning is linked to cyberspace – recommends Joanna Świątkowska, Ph.D., the initiator and the director of the CYBERSEC CEE congress in a conversation with Anna Zagórna.