8:45 - 9:15 Networking


Welcoming speech:

Paweł Szrot, Deputy Head of the Chancery of Prime Minister

Opening remarks:

Marek Zagórski, Minister of Digital Affairs

Jacek Leśkow, Director of NASK

           Sebastian Szymański, the University of Warsaw

10:00 - 11:15

IGF opening session "Regulating the Internet - how far should we go?" (D9+ panel)

Moderation: Krzysztof Szubert, Visiting Fellow, University of Oxford. Strategic Advisor NASK. Member of the Council of the NCBR. Former Secretary of State & The Government Plenipotentiary for the Digital Single Market

11:15 - 11:30 Coffee break


11:30 -13:00 – Four parallel thematic sessions

Session 1. Open data and civic tech in the service of local governments and citizens - On-line participation tools
The City is Ours Association / Code for Poland

Session 2. Competences of the future - how to prepare oneself for changes related to technological progress and digital transformation
Google Poland Sp. z o.o. / Digital Economy Lab of the University of Warsaw

Session 3. Digital Ethics in Polish business 4.0
Central Mixer of Intelligent Technologies CMIT, Faculty of Management of the University of Łódź / Digital Workforce Sp. z o.o. / Digital Teammates S.A

Session 4. Internet for users with disabilities
Ministry of Digital Affairs

13:00 - 13:45 Lunch break


13:45 - 14:45 Four parallel thematic sessions

Session 1. Automatic Decision Making in Polish Business and Administration
Digital Centre Foundation / The Jagiellonian Club

Session 2. Taxation of the digital economy - how to do it justly?
The Association of Employers of the Internet Industry IAB Poland / MDDP

Session 3. How to care for the development of fast and secure e-commerce, popularising the usage of digital payments?
Visa Poland Sp. z o.o. / Digital Poland Foundation

Session 4. The Internet of Things in the Service of sustainable development
Polish Office of Electronic Communications

14:45 - 15:00 Coffee break


15:00-16:00 Four parallel thematic sessions

Session 1. How does development of AI change the image of the struggle against cybercrime and how does it influence the development of technologies facilitating on-line security?
Coalition for Polish Innovations

Session 2. Code of Digital Services – A revolution or evolution of responsibility of service providers of the information society?
Leviatan Tradesmen Confederation / OLX Group Sp. z o.o./Panoptykon

Session 3. The Digital Sustainability Forum – and what next? The role of a strong ecosystem in the construction of sustainable digital policies
Microsoft Poland Sp. z o.o. / Digital Centre Foundation / Digital Poland Foundation

Session 4. The Educational Anti-Smog Network - Artificial Intelligence. Synergy on the way to clean air
NASK / Microsoft Poland Sp. z o.o.

16:00 - 16:15 Coffee break


16:15 - 17:15 Four parallel thematic sessions

Session 1. Internet in the family – Establishing good habits
Empowering Children Foundation / NASK

Session 2. Supporting the development of private enterprise on the basis of analytical platforms integrating open data of the public sector
PwC Poland Sp. z o.o. / Polish Chamber of Electronic Economy/ Ministry of Digital Affairs

Session 3. Is Artificial Intelligence the breakthrough we are hoping for?
Google Poland Sp. z o.o.

Session 4. Is technology taking work away from us?
Polish Institute of Economics

The organizer reserves the right to make changes to the conference's agenda.

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