The Digital Safety Conference at the Castle
Mar 10, 2023
The Digital Safety Conference, held at the majestic Castle, was not just another event. It was a gathering of minds, a confluence of ideas, and a deep dive into the profound impacts of the digital realm on young people. In an age where technology is intertwined with our daily lives, understanding its implications has never been more crucial.
Tackling the Tough Topics: From Mental Health to Neurodiversity
The conference bravely ventured into some of the most challenging areas of discussion, from the heart-wrenching topics of suicide and self-harm to the complexities of neurodiversity in the digital world. These conversations, though tough, shed light on the pressing need to address the challenges faced by young individuals navigating the online world.
Digital Woof’s Stand: Bridging the Gap with Charities
Digital Woof proudly showcased its stand, demonstrating our AI and Academy for collaboration and innovation. Our interactions with various charities were both enlightening and heart-warming, revealing a shared passion for making a difference. The interest and positive feedback we received for our solution were a testament to the collective desire to help others.
Panel Between Academia, Charities and Safety Tech: Sharing Insights and Experiences
Being part of the expert panel was both an honour and a responsibility. The discussion was rich, diverse, and filled with insights from various industry leaders. Sharing my experiences and insights as the Founder of Digital Woof, I was reminded of the collective expertise we bring to the table and the potential for positive change when we collaborate.
Conclusion: Building a Safer Digital Future for Young People
The overarching theme of the conference was clear: a shared commitment to building a safer digital future for our young people. As we reflect on the event, it’s evident that collaboration between businesses, charities, and experts is the key to addressing the challenges of the digital age. Together, we can pave the way for a more secure and understanding digital environment for all.
Credit to Digital Safety CIC for the photography.
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