The future of safety technology and creating a safe online world - what the ideal world for suppliers and users can look like
This session will discuss and highlight the future benefits of a well-established safety tech sector. Where are we on this journey? Where are we heading? What does the ideal world really look like for the sector from both the provider and the end-user perspective? What difference will it make to the online lives of UK and global citizens? This session is run by the Safety Tech Innovation Network, Crisp and DCMS.
Safety Tech Challenge Fund Supplier Briefing
The Safety Tech Challenge Fund will drive the development of innovative technologies that help keep children safe in end-to-end encrypted environments, without compromising user privacy. During this event, government stakeholders and PUBLIC will provide an introduction on the fund - including key objectives, application requirements and process - which will be followed by a Q&A session where potential applicants will be able to ask questions about the fund.
Future of Online Trust & Safety with TSPA and DTSP
Join the Trust & Safety Professional Association and the Digital Trust & Safety Partnership for a virtual event to examine the future of the trust and safety field. The first-of-its-kind forum will feature speakers from tech platforms and civil society who deal with these issues firsthand everyday.
How Can Innovation Deliver Safer Experiences Online?
Join PUBLIC for a panel session considering the priorities for tackling hate speech on social media and entertainment platforms. Panellists confirmed: Caroline Dinenage, Minister of State for Digital and Culture Elizabeth Kanter, Director of Government Relations at TikTok Danny Stone, Director at Antisemitism Policy Trust Sign-up now for a free attendee place.
The Rise of Safety Tech panel at Leeds Digital Festival
This panel, organised by CRISP as part of the Leeds Digital Festival. In this session, the panel of regional tech leaders and Government representatives will explore the emergence of safety tech, the incredible growth already being seen in the industry, and tackling the challenges ahead: detecting online harms, identifying bad actors and creating a safer online environment for users.
LORCA Live: Virtual Cybersecurity Conference
Disinformation is running rife. Organisations don’t know where the hidden insecurities in their supply chain are lurking. And trust in technology – and the way in which people’s data is being used – is all too low. Enter: cybersecurity. From 29-31 March 2021, LORCA Live will bring a global ecosystem together to explore the role cybersecurity can play as an enabler for the emerging technologies set to define our world. Join LORCA Live by registering for free to access all the content from the three-day event, including daily live broadcasts and workshops from experts and cyber innovators.
Safety Tech 2021: Unleashing the Potential for a Safer Internet
One in five people have stopped engaging with a website or online community because of harassment or abuse. But while many companies are trying to put measures in place to safeguard their online communities, the resulting impact is that human moderators are becoming overwhelmed by the emotional and psychological toll of dealing with the internet’s dark underbelly. CogX is proud to be hosting the world’s first safety tech conference, curated by Department of Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport (DCMS) and, Department for International Trade (DIT).
Safety tech events which have already taken place.