Artificial Intelligence
in the Czech Republic and Poland

09. December 2020 (9:30 - 11:00)

Development and use of AI technologies are playing an increasing role in ensuring the competitiveness of Central European countries. In an online expert debate and report presentations organized by Centre for International Relations, Poland, and Aspen Institute Central Europe, experts will take a closer look at the AI in both private and public sectors and compare the current situation in Poland and the Czech Republic. The panel discussion will be based on the outcomes of a comparative analysis prepared by a team of authors for Aspen Institute CE and the Center for International Relations.

comparative analysis


The event will be held in English and streamed live on the Facebook event.


9:30 – 9:40 Welcome remarks

Malgorzata Bonikowska, CIR and THINKTANK president
Milan Vašina, Executive Director, Aspen Institute CE

9:40 – 10:00 Report presentation

Zbigniew Gajewski, partner in THINKTANK
Daria Hvizdalova, partner, Mainware / JHV ENGINEERING
Martin Faťun, Technology Centre of CAS

10:00 – 10:50 Round table discussion

Michał Jaworski, Microsoft Poland
Dalibor Kačmář, National Technology Officer, Microsoft Czech Republic
Vladimír Dzurilla, Chief Digital Officer, Czech Republic
Justyna Orłowska, Prime Minister’s High Representative of GovTech Polska
Guillermo Alda, Co-Founder, Managing Partner, GoodAI Solutions, Czech Republic
Piotr Mieczkowski, General Director of Digital Poland Foundation

10:55 – 11:00 Closing remarks

• Malgorzata Bonikowska, CIR and THINKTANK president
Sara Polak,, Aspen Young Leaders Program alumna

The project is implemented under the umbrella of the Polish-Czech Fund 2020.


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