Michal Číž is responsible for the agenda of Digital Single Market and particularly innovative technologies, including artificial intelligence and blockchain. Michal worked for GLOBSEC organization, the leading foreign-policy and security think tank in Central Europe, where he was head of strategic forums department and supervised flagship events of the GLOBSEC organisation. At the same time, he was a project manager of the GLOBSEC Bratislava Forum, the most prestigious foreign policy and security conference in Central and Eastern Europe. Michal was member of the GLOBSEC organization since 2010 and was responsible for several projects including Warsaw Summit Experts' Forum organized on the side-lines of NATO Warsaw Summit. He earned his master's degree in international relations at the Matej Bel University in Slovakia and completed a semester at Catholic University of Leuven with the focus on European studies.