DIALOGUES ON DIGITAL IDENTITY I PART B I Can we choose our identity? A global issue.
After the interesting discussion with our guest speakers, on the main issues arising from the development of a digital identity , during the Dialogues – Part A webinar, we continue our research and we deepen our exploration among different countries, cultures and national policies.
From Australia and Brazil to Japan and EU, questions may be the same but the answers and the tools vary.
Join our live discussion Dialogues-Part B , on the 31st August, at 12 pm CEST time zone.
Rob van Kranenburg, IoT Council
Mantalena Kaili, ELONTech
Jenny L. Davis
Senior Lecturer, School of Sociology, The Australian National University
[New Book: How Artifacts Afford: The Power and Politics of Everyday Things (MIT Press 2020) : A conceptual update of affordance theory that introduces the mechanisms and conditions framework, providing a vocabulary and critical perspective.]
Liaison-European Law Observatory on New Technologies • AI4EU • Founding Member Oxford Blockchain Foundation
Tatiana Revoredo is a founding member at Oxford Blockchain Foundation and a strategist in blockchain from Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. Additionally, she is an expert in blockchain business applications from MIT and the CSO of theglobalstg.com.
DataPrivacy CMO , President of Tokyo Chapter at Government Blockchain Association
CollaboGate Japan株式会社 , 共同創業者 CMO 栗原宏平
An online event, powered by MADE GROUP, a non-profit platform for social innovation projects, registered at Athens Chamber of Commerce.
Co-organized by IoT Council and ELONTech