In 2020, we worked intensively at the Foundation on issues related to digital accessibility, including implementation planned empirical research in the research project “Model of sharing content on the Internet in accordance with people with disabilities with applicable national and international law and the principles of WCAG 2.0 “(NCN 2016/22 / E / HS5 /Read more about Digital Accessibility 2020. Report by FREE[…]
Today we participated in an Oxford debate organized by EY Poland concerning the future of legal profession in the light of global AI and blockchain revolution. More than 60% of participants, who voted using Kahoot, opted for an evolutionary model of change, but the pace of technological advances should force us to rethink this stanceRead more about Oxford debate on the future of law and new technologies[…]
On 22 June 2017 we made a presentation during LegalTech Poland event for students, lecturers and general public at Warsaw Politechnique on two subjects: “On relationship between law and informatics” and “On future of electronic legal information systems”. More on this event at: https://legaltechpolska.pl/wydarzenia/legaltech-polska-2-za-nami/ttps://legaltechpolska.pl/wydarzenia/legaltech-polska-2-za-nami/.
FREE as the leading partner has signed partnership agreements with Foundation “Szansa dla Niewidomych” (eng. A chance for blind people) and Foundation “Girls Code Fun”. The cooperation will enable smooth execution of “Free Digital University” project for Polish seniors above 65 concerning digital skills and competences. We invite public municipalities to sign cooperation agreements withRead more about Partners in digital competences programme[…]
FREE is looking for partners wishing to take part in EU-financed activities regarding training of seniors (65+) with respect to basic ICT skills. The offer is addressed to local governments, universities as well as non-governmental organisations.