Digitisation represents a major opportunity for the Czech Republic, which could help it in becoming one of the most developed countries in the world. Traditionally, the international conference Digital Czech Republic, organised by Institute for politics and society together with its partners, has helped to achieve this goal.
Among the speakers at the conference will be Kimberly Kagan (USA), Founder and President of the Institute for the Study of War, Rodrigo da Costa (Portugal), Executive Director of the European Union Agency for Space Programme, Mykhailo Fedorov (Ukraine), Minister for Digital Transformation of Ukraine, Didier Reynders (Belgium), European Commissioner for Justice, Ivan Bartoš(Czech Republic), Deputy Prime Minister for Digitalization and Minister for Regional Development of the Czech Republic, Deputy Prime Minister for Innovation, Education, Science and Technological Development, Deputy Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic Karel Havlicek, Director of the National Office for Cyber and Information Security Lukáš Kintr, Founder and CEO of Packeta Group Simona Kijonková and many other Czech and international guests.
Over the course of two days, we will focus on the pressing issues of today with nearly sixty speakers - top politicians, leading scientists and representatives of major companies -in the following panels:
This year's conference will also feature an accompanying interactive exhibition. Visitors can look forward to robots, a life-size 3D avatar with AI technology enabling voice communication, demonstrations of non-formal education, programming of ozobots, experiments with a thermal camera and much more. Confirmed exhibitors: