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Sochi to Host the Global Technology Leadership Forum

Source: TASS

The main theme of the event will be the development of end-to-end technologies in Russia.

The Global Technology Leadership Forum will be held on December 5–6 at the Sochi Main Media Centre. RVC and the NTI Platform organized the Forum with the support of the Government of the Russian Federation. The agenda of the Forum is focused on the development of end-to-end technologies — advanced areas that will determine the face of the global economy and the leadership potential of states in the new decade. Among them, there are artificial intelligence, quantum technologies, robotics and sensorics, distributed registry systems, wireless communications technologies, new manufacturing technologies, virtual and augmented reality. The development of end-to-end technologies is a priority of the state programs “Digital Economy of the Russian Federation” and the National Technological Initiative.

The Forum will host stress tests and presentations of roadmaps for the development of high-tech areas based on end-to-end technologies, strategic sessions with the participation of state corporations, presentations of technology consortia, and events of the National Technology Initiative community. The Forum will bring together representatives of high-tech companies, investors, research and educational organizations, authorities, and development institutions.

Maxim Akimov, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation:

“Today, the world is undergoing significant structural changes: a knowledge economy is replacing the industrial model of development, digital technologies are becoming a substantial factor in socio-economic growth. Russia has all the necessary resources for active inclusion in the global technological agenda. This work requires a serious transformation of the interaction system of all participants in the innovation ecosystem, including large corporations and development institutions. In this sense, the Forum is a strategic platform where new models of state technological policy will be designed.”

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