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CyberPeace Lab: Disruptive Technologies and Cyberpeace

29 March 2021 @ 15:00 - 16:00

 

As disruptive technologies permeate individuals’ and communities’ professional and private lives, it is crucial to assess their impact from a human-centric perspective. To reduce the risks associated with the development and (mis)use of disruptive technologies while amplifying the benefits, it is vital to assess the impact of disruptive technologies on cyberpeace and vulnerable communities worldwide. At the CyberPeace Institute, we work to ensure that such an impact does not hamper the creation of a cyberspace at peace, for everyone, everywhere. In other words, the core mission of the CyberPeace Institute is the achievement of cyberpeace where human security, dignity and equity are respected. Human security exists when services essential to human life and related to critical infrastructure are protected. Human dignity is represented by the protection of individuals’ beliefs, cultural rights, and the ability to participate in society. Finally, human equity exists as the safeguard of individuals against discrimination, bias, prejudice, and inequality. 

With this CyberPeace Lab, the CyberPeace Institute plans to gather insights on the current and potential impact of emerging and disruptive technologies on cyberpeace. Such impacts have not been fully explored nor analysed especially with a human-centric approach and with regard to vulnerable populations. Panelists will be asked to contribute with input and examples highlighting upcoming trends, challenges and opportunities of disruptive technologies and their impact on cyberpeace, articulated around human security, dignity, and equity. 

 

 

AGENDA 

CyberPeace Lab: Disruptive Technologies and Cyberpeace 

DATE: 29 March 2021 

TIME: 15:00 CET | 10:00 am EST | 7:00 am PST

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Time Focus Speakers
15:00- 15:05 Welcome remarks  Moderator: Ms. Monique Morrow, Senior Distinguished Architect for Emerging Technologies, Syniverse Technologies; Founder and President, The Humanized Internet; President, VETRI Foundation 
15:05 – 15:15 Keynote speech – Forecasting Disruptive Technologies: the Human Impact Dr. Jean-Marc Rickli, Head, Global and Emerging Risks, Geneva Center for Security Policy
15:15 – 15:25 Disruptive Technologies: Challenges to Human Security Dr. Giacomo Persi Paoli, Programme Lead for Security and Technology Programme, UNIDIR
15:25 – 15:35 Disruptive Technologies: Challenges to Human Dignity Ms. Eleonore Pauwels, Senior Fellow, Global Center on Cooperative Security
15:35 – 15:45 Disruptive Technologies: Challenges to Human Equity Prof. Mariarosaria Taddeo, Deputy Director, Digital Ethics Lab, Oxford Internet Institute
15:45 – 15:55 Discussion and Q&A The Lab will be live-streamed via YouTube. The audience will be able to submit questions and comments via the YouTube Chat.
15:55 – 16:00 Closing remarks Moderator: Ms. Monique Morrow, Senior Distinguished Architect for Emerging Technologies, Syniverse Technologies; Founder and President, The Humanized Internet; President, VETRI Foundation 

 

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