NL GovTech Hub is set to contribute to the innovation of our public sector. With this series of meetups, we offer a stage to startups, researchers, policymakers and others working on a future proof government.
Ultimately, we want to improve the lives of citizens and promote innovative collaborations between the private sector and government. We do this by gathering a community of like-minded people to discuss their innovation experiences in the GovTech sector.
We invite everyone interested to learn more about the NL GovTech Hub to our regular meetups with diverse speakers from different spheres. You will hear about their experiences and will have a chance to ask questions after the presentations. Join us! The meetups are free, informal and fun.
is a Senior Consultant within Deloitte’s Digital Ethics Team. She focuses on advising clients on ethical considerations in the development and deployment of digital technologies, such as the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence. Roos has a background in the philosophy and ethics of technology. Before joining Deloitte, she worked as a researcher at Rathenau Instituut on the social and ethical implications of digitalisation. She aims to help organisations use data and technology in a thoughtful way and for the better.
is an expert on Digital Ethics, Technology Policy and AI Governance, from a Dutch, European and US perspective. As manager of the Digital Ethics team at Deloitte, Kolja is working with a wide range of multinational corporations and government agencies to help build digital solutions that are aligned with human values, respect the rule of law and support society. Currently, he is active in the public sector and financial services industry to build policy frameworks that guide the development of digital solutions to simultaneously empower the organization's core mission and respect fundamental human rights.
with a background in predominantly law enforcement, having worked in the UK and internationally on everything for organised crime, large scale corruption to terrorism cases. His focus now is upon making a company Isuna BV a success in the Netherlands. The topic of his presentation is "How Digital Communities can Streamline Government".
Isuna are a RegTech company that want to simplify regulations and standards so that they are achievable and cheaper to implement. Their focus at this moment is on cyber security and data privacy.
With their partners NEN they are helping businesses build their resilience and awareness. They have a software solution that is both transforming how companies operate and positively disrupting the way that companies communicate with each other.
Tickets for Exponential GovTech - NL GovTech Hub Meetup #10 can be booked here.
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