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The Inaugural Annual Research Symposium of UL Research Institutes, held from July 31 to August 2, 2023, at Northwestern University’s Kellogg Global Hub, proved to be an inspiring and thought-provoking event. The 3-day symposium featured engaging panel discussions and presentations from esteemed internal and external speakers, all centered around the theme of “Building resilience for a sustainable future” – UL’s 1st Grand Challenge Commitment.
Throughout the symposium, the experts delved deep into the pressing issues of sustainability and its vital role in shaping a resilient future for humanity. They tackled various aspects of the subject, including environmental protection, technological advancements, social responsibility, and economic strategies. The range of perspectives and insights shared by the speakers added a comprehensive dimension to the discussions, making it a truly enriching experience for all attendees.
The symposium’s interactive nature fostered meaningful dialogues and networking opportunities among researchers, academics, and industry professionals. Attendees were able to gain new knowledge, explore innovative ideas, and exchange valuable experiences that will undoubtedly contribute to their future research endeavors.
The event’s venue, Northwestern University’s Kellogg Global Hub, provided an ideal setting for such an intellectually stimulating gathering. The state-of-the-art facilities and conducive atmosphere enhanced the overall learning experience, leaving a positive impression on all participants.
The symposium’s focus on sustainability and research matters undoubtedly made it a significant event in the academic community. With this event, UL Research Institutes has demonstrated its commitment to addressing real-world challenges and paving the way for a sustainable future. The information and insights shared during the event will surely inspire further research and collaboration among attendees, sparking a continued drive towards positive change and global impact.
In conclusion, the Inaugural Annual Research Symposium of UL Research Institutes was a resounding success, leaving participants motivated and better equipped to contribute to the advancement of knowledge and solutions for a sustainable future. As we look forward to future symposiums, the ripple effect of this event is bound to be felt in academia, industry, and society at large. #sustainablefuture #researchmatters #ULRISymposium.
In Episode 141 of “The Data Diva” Talks Privacy Podcast, Debbie Reynolds talks to Craig Hamill, Director of Innovation and Technology at UL Research Institutes. We discuss digital safety, which is an extension of social media, and his work in creating standards and guidelines to ensure that technology is used responsibly. He is also working on building the lab of the future and driving innovation to create a better world. We discuss the potential issues of digital safety, privacy, and transparency that come with the development of AI and ML tools, such as Generative AI models, deep fakes, and Quantum Computing. He highlights the need for standards and safety to protect people from exploitation and misinformation. People are increasingly looking to trust companies and brands with their data in exchange for services and products, but transparency is key in order to ensure that the data is not being misused or sold to third parties. Companies should also provide the option for people to delete their data if they are not comfortable with it being used. We discuss the importance of transparency and accountability when it comes to data and technology, as well as the need for fact-checking and proofreading. We also discuss the implications of taking information at face value, the need for digital safety, and his hope for Data Privacy in the future.
Audio and full transcript here: https://lnkd.in/g9jBjC_A
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