Digital Impact Week

Emily Speaks on Panel at Digital Impact Week in London November 2019 “Future Predictions”

Hosted by Dr. Jane Thomason, CEO of Fintech Week, Emily discussed the role of regulations and their current lack of clarity in shaping the future of blockchain/cryptocurrency usage globally.  She argues that there is a need for global consistent clarity on the treatment of cryptocurrencies in order to move the eco-system forward.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y602Z6pnwAY&list=PLqD6iZ9zx8SnoPcf1bSTHcHttZlGS8ehK&index=13&t=0s

 

INSEEC U.

Emily participates as Judge in INSEEC U. pitch series in London November 2019

Fabulous pitching session with our startup seminar group @INSEEC U. in London! Thanks to everyone involved Pyxo Anna Carel Gigascope EIYU Avenir Santé Afrique (ST SolutionS) Morvan BARBAROUX and special thanks to jury members Founders Factory Français à Londres Startup Funding Club bim! business accelerator Emily Landis Walker Perdie Alder aisling byrne.

Resilience First Briefing in London

Emily participates in Resilience First Briefing in London “Keeping London’s Traffic Moving”

As a previous Board member of London First Security and Resiliency and current Board member of the CSSC – both designed to make London a safer city-  Emily attended a session held by Resilience First www.resiliencefirst.org with a profoundly interesting keynote address by Gareth Powell, Managing Director, Surface Transport, Transport for London (TFL).  The key take-aways show that TFL has been significantly innovative in technology and AI which manage the transport system that keeps this city moving providing open source data and sharing with and learning from other cities.  The sophistication of the monitoring systems, while not noticeable to the average traveler, is significantly valuable to avert accidents and to keep the transport moving with all the events, weather conditions, and normal disruptions.