GeoTech Cues by Atlantic CouncilAug 21, 2020
Why a well-intended ‘Digital Platform Agency’ may not fit our global, networked world
GeoTech Cues by Atlantic Council
Ultimately, when considering the reality that "Statutes and Regulatory Models Adopted for the Industrial Era are Insufficient for the Realities of the Internet Era", any solutions must consider where the metaphoric puck is going vs. where the puck is.
In the News by Atlantic CouncilJul 24, 2020
The geopolitics of digital identity: Dr. David Bray and Lord Tim Clement Jones
In the News by Atlantic Council
Lord Tim Clement Jones, Geotech fellow, and Dr. David Bray, director of the Geotech Center, discussed the issue of digital identity in a recent event at the IdentityNorth Summit. Lord Jones pointed out how technologies for securely connecting an individual’s digital presence to their identity are not new, but have yet to be applied at a national scale, or in a universal manner that would be necessary to maximize their impact. He recognized, though, that certain applications of digital identity technology might be of concern to ordinary people; though he might be comfortable using his digital identity as part of the United Kingdom Parliament’s new system for MPs to vote, the average citizen might take concern with their votes being tabulated digitally, or being connected to other facets of their online identity.
Event Recap by Stewart ScottMay 27, 2020
Event recap | Data salon episode 1: Notice, consent, and disclosure in times of crisis
Event Recap by Stewart Scott
On Wednesday, May 27, 2020, the Atlantic Council’s GeoTech Center and Accenture hosted Dr. Jennifer King, Director of Consumer Privacy at the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School, and Ms. Jana Gooth, legal policy advisor to MEP Alexandra Geese, for the inaugural episode of the jointly presented Data Salon Series. The event was co-hosted by Mr. Steven Tiell, Senior Principle, Responsible Innovation at Accenture and Dr. David Bray, Inaugural Director, GeoTech Center at the Atlantic Council.
Lord Tim Clement-Jones is a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s GeoTech Center. He is the Liberal Democrat Digital Spokesperson in the House of Lords, the former Chair of the House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence (2017-2018), and a former member of the Select Committees on Communications (2011-2015). Lord Clement-Jones is Co-Chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Artificial Intelligence, Deputy Chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on China, and Vice Chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary Groups on Publishing; Writers; and Intellectual Property. He is also the Chair of the Advisory Council of the Institute for Ethical AI in Education and was Chairman of the UK Liberal Party from 1986 to 1988 where he played a major role in the merger with the Social Democratic Party to form the Liberal Democrats. Lord Clement-Jones was made CBE for political services in 1988 and a life peer in 1998. He was Federal Treasurer of the Liberal Democrats from 2005 to 2010.