In this context, we were able to attract speakers from a wide range of industries and scientific disciplines. Young professionals and students from Germany and Poland took the opportunity this year to promote interdisciplinary exchange in Europe.
On Wednesday, June 15, 2022, the event started with a Get-Together in the City Hall, followed by a Guided City Tour.
Thursday June 16, 2022 was composed of various presentations on the topic of artificial intelligence followed by guided panel discussions.
Keynote speaker Laura Nurski, Research Fellow of Bruegel, presented the topic "How AI can impact the quality of work" and showed how artificial intelligence can improve but also worsen future work, provided that various factors such as autonomy, flexibility and challenge, among others, can be disturbed in their balance.
Christophe Carugati affiliate fellow at Bruegel and expert on competition and digital policies followed up with a presentation on digital regulation, using artificial intelligence in the European Union as an example, highlighting the complexity of the resulting decision-making.