Digitization represents a crucial opportunity for the Czech Republic, thanks to which it can move among the most developed countries in the world. To achieve this goal, the international conference has traditionally helped Digital Czech Republicorganised by Institute for politics and society.
Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, Vice-President of the European Commission Dubravka Suica, Vice-President of the European Parliament Dita Charanzová, Minister for Regional Development Ivan Bartoš, Estonian Minister of Health and Labour Tanel Kiik, Vice-President of the Chamber of Deputies Karel Havlíček, Senator and Vice-President-designate of ALDE Timmy Dooley, Executive Director, Czechia. Digital Eva Pavlíková, MEP Ondřej Kovařík, Director of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights Michael O'Flaherty, Professor of Economics Jan Švejnar, Director General of the Finnish National Agency for Education Minna Kelhä and many other Czech and foreign guests.
Over the course of two days, together with almost four dozen speakers – top politicians, leading scientists or representatives of major companies, we will focus on the currently burning issues within the following panels:
The Czech Republic on the way from the assembly plant to the brain room
Progress and new challenges of eGovernment
Internet, Artificial Intelligence, Bitcoin... and What Comes Next?
Financial Technology of the Future
Smart eMobility for the 21st Century
eCommerce, Where is it Going and What is it Building?
Democracy and the Digital Society 2.0
Digital security in the age of cyber wars