This moderated dialogue will explore the principles behind responsibility in managing data in marketing, politics and banking, including concepts such as “explainability,” the distinction between personalization and profiling, inclusion and exclusion through data. It will examine how to enhance trust through responsible practices and good governance, to assure this technology serves people.
Ana Botín and Nadia Calviño.
The state of trust: an update
Trust and value in the global economy
Banking on trust: leadership, responsiveness and resilience
Moderator: James Harding, Founder, Tortoise.
Speakers: Richard Edelman, Mariana Mazzucato and Ana Botín.
In data we trust - or do we?
Introduction: E. Glen Weyl.
Dialogue on Europe: peace, prosperity, and mistrust
Moderator: Matthew Goodwin.
Speakers: Carl Bildt.
Competition in the digital age: ensuring a diverse economy
Moderator: Wim Mijs.
Speakers: Luiz Awazu Pereira da Silva, Greg Medcraft, Barry C. Lynn and Cecilia Bonefeld-Dahl.
Case study: the path to trust in Argentina
The outlook of trust
Moderator: James Harding.
Speakers: José Antonio Álvarez, Pablo Hernández de Cos, Martin Gilbert.
Plenary conclusions: James Harding.
Populism and trust in Europe with Professor Matthew Goodwin
With: Professor Matthew Goodwin.
Filling the green financing gap
With: Eila Kreivi, Peter Sweatman, and Ana Rivero.
Trust in digital currencies: what we know, what we don’t know and what we need to know
With: Jean-Pierre Landau and John Whelan.