Insights from Hands on Data conference 2022

Key insights from the European Data Resilience panel

📢 Last month, we attended the Hands On Data (HOD) conference in Bochum, Germany. NILG.AI was one of the startup exhibitors, and we exchanged many ideas with other companies and participants 🤗.

As part of the “European Data Resilience” panel, we shared the stage with Prof. Viktor Mayer-Schoenberger (University of Oxford), Martin Wibbe (Materna Information & Communications SE), Christian Temath (KI.NRW Fraunhofer IAIS), and Sarah Yvonne Elsser.

Prof. Viktor Mayer-Schoenberger set the foundation for the discussion with the three cornerstones for European Data Resilience: ⚖️ regulation + 🛠️ tools + 🧠 mindset.

🧠🛠️ We are glad to contribute to strengthening the mindset component of our clients towards more data-driven decision-making while creating the right tools to empower businesses with data.

🚀🔬 More than resilience, i.e., reactively adapting to changes, let’s bring proactive innovation. Let’s be the agents that bring change to the world.

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