Join Holyrood Communications as we seek to answer this question across two days of exciting discussion, featuring key policymakers and thought leaders from across Scotland and further afield.
In our 2021 edition we discussed the lessons we can learn from the role of AI and automation throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, reviewing its future within the public sector as the Scottish Government prepares to publish its upcoming AI Strategy.
The online event examined how the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a shift in cyber security threats and with the Scottish Government preparing to launch its new cyber security strategy, sessions also looked ahead to the future of cyber security policy in Scotland.
The 10th Digital Health and Care Conference provided a unique opportunity to develop a key understanding of how digital technology can support Scotland health and social care sector and deliver innovative new ways for improving the experience of patients and staff.
Holyrood Connect's 3rd Annual Cyber Security NI conference in 2021 edition examined how the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a shift in cyber security threats, and offered the latest thinking on how your organisation can protect itself.
Part of Holyrood's Scotland the Recovery series, this event focused on gender and the importance of creating an post pandemic economy that works well for all.
Sessions will look at the needs of specific groups who have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic, as well as wider population mental health; distress interventions and suicide prevention; and the recovery and renewal of mental health services, which faced many challenges before we were faced with those linked to COVID-19.
Holyrood's Renewable Energy Summit heard how we can begin delivering the objectives we have set for ourselves as we pursue a Green Recovery.