At the advent of the AI age, threats to democracy are what keep many decision-makers in the public and private sector up at night. In his keynote, former Executive Director of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society Urs Gasser will share reflections from his own work on the past, present, and future of digital technology and its interactions with some of the rights, processes, and institutions at the core of democracy. The keynote will be followed by a panel discussion.
- Urs Gasser, Professor at the Technical University of Munich and Member of the Board of directors, Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, Harvard University
In discussion with:
- Alexander Barclay, Delegate for Digital Policy, Canton of Geneva
- Caitlin Buchman, CEO/Founder of Women at the Table
- Jérôme Duberry, Managing Director, Tech Hub, and Senior Researcher, Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy
- Laura Bullon-Cassis, Postdoctoral Researcher, Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy
Urs Gasser is Professor of Public Policy, Governance, and Innovative Technology at the Technical University of Munich, where he serves as Dean of the TUM School of Social Sciences and Technology and Rector of the Munich School of Politics and Public Policy. Before his appointments in Munich, Urs was Professor of Practice at Harvard Law School and from 2009-2021 Executive Director of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, where he remains a member of the board of directors.
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