Live from the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos
JANUARY 17, 2019 • BLOG POST
IN THIS ARTICLE
- Emerging technologies, utilizing the wealth of data and capabilities of AI and machine learning, could be the tools we need to flourish as a society
- The main roadblock on this journey to utilize technology for a better world lies in the limitations of our conventional computing solutions
- CEO & President Antonio Neri will speak at two sessions during the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos on January 23
President and CEO Antonio Neri will take the stage during the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos to discuss the future of computing
The unprecedented pace of technological change means that our systems of health, transportation, communication, production, distribution and energy – just to name a few – will be completely transformed. Managing that change will require new types of computing. The opportunities ahead are remarkable if we can harness technology effectively. And it's not just our systems that will change. New types of compute will enable us to look beyond enterprise objectives, to put technology to use for the good of society and help solve some of the world's most challenging problems.
During this year's World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, CEO and President Antonio Neri will join leaders from around the world in exploring how technological innovation can yield unparalleled transformations for businesses, governments, organizations and individuals during the age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Watch the sessions on January 23, and be sure to check out Antonio’s blog to learn more about the future of computing – read it here.
Speakers: Gary A. Haugen, Arne Sorenson, Henrietta H. Fore, Antonio Neri, Richard Quest
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On the Forum Agenda:
- Expanding data collection and measurement
- Implementing benchmarking and ESG standards
- Fostering greater coherence of regulatory regimes
This session was developed in partnership with CNN.
Speakers: Antonio Neri, Jeremy O'Brien, Nicholas Carlson, Amy Webb
The emergence of next-generation computing technologies from quantum to neuromorphic, photonic and more, represents an estimated market value of over $8 billion, or nearly 25% growth by 2024. How are government and business players seizing opportunities to invest in digital infrastructure as we tip from monoculture to multiplicity?