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Interview on web accessibility by Ewa Fabian

Interview on web accessibility by Ewa Fabian

In the latest online interview, attorney Ewa Fabian discusses the key issues related to the implementation of the directive on digital accessibility in Poland. Our research has confirmed that a large number of entities have still not implemented the digital accessibility assumptions provided for in the provisions of the Digital Accessibility Act. Courts in PolandRead more about Interview on web accessibility by Ewa Fabian[…]

The essence of AI and liability for the damage it causes

The essence of AI and liability for the damage it causes

On May 28, 2021, we took part in the conference where we presented the paper “The essence of AI and liability for the damage it causes” as part of the National Scientific Conference on New Technologies Law ELSA Łódź. At the end of April 2021, the European Commission published a draft EU regulation on liabilityRead more about The essence of AI and liability for the damage it causes[…]

Libraries, community centers, teacher training centers are sought after to join….

Libraries, community centers, teacher training centers are sought after to join….

We invite employees of public libraries, community centers and teacher training centers to participate in our educational projects completely free of charge. We have a free place for remote training (6 hours of lessons) in the Konin, Elbląski, Łódzki, Warszawa Zachodnia, Świecie and Siedlce sub-regions (50 people per sub-region). We conduct classes remotely from ScratchRead more about Libraries, community centers, teacher training centers are sought after to join….[…]

We continue with Scratch remotely despite lockdown

We continue with Scratch remotely despite lockdown

We continue to teach teachers and children remotely how to program despite the pandemic and the lockdown. In times when children are confined to their homes, it’s best to teach ScratchJr or Scratch remotely. You do not need three of them to have access to computer classes, and children have learned to work even onRead more about We continue with Scratch remotely despite lockdown[…]