The event will provide an excellent opportunity to present and discuss the main policy drivers of the digital transformation of European industry and society. It will also present how the EU research & innovation agenda can best contribute to these objectives. The event will also present the Horizon 2020 Work Programme, and serve as a unique networking platform for ICT enthusiasts and professionals. Martel will be there supporting the NGI and 5GPPP networking sessions. We are eager to know more digital enthusiasts for new challenges.
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The NGI Forum 2019, at its third edition, is the flagship event of the Next Generation Internet (NGI) initiative, which brings together some of Europe’s top internet innovators, researchers and policymakers, who are shaping the internet of tomorrow.
This year’s edition, on 25th September 2019, will be co-located with the MyDataConference in Helsinki, and it will be an opportunity to share knowledge with leading experts from a variety of disciplines, including privacy and trust, decentralised data governance, discovery and identification, artificial intelligence, and more.
The event will include a mix of specialist talks, open discussions and interactive working groups. The emphasis is on stimulating discussion and the free exchange of ideas between researchers, SMEs & startups, industry players, policy makers, and civil society.
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The Internet Governance Forum (IGF) was set up as an open discussion platform of the United Nations for key legal, political, social and technical issues relating to the internet.
The IGF is designed according to the “multi-stakeholder” model, meaning that all the relevant societal groups are equally involved in preparations and implementation: from governments, civil society, business, academia, international organisations and the technical community. This is particularly of note in terms of representatives from developing and newly industrialising countries, who otherwise tend to be under-represented.