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Agenda

10:00 - 10:30

Plenary session. Opening of the Forum

Heading:
Andrey Vorobyev, Director of the .RU/.RF Domain Coordination Center
10:30 - 12:00

Session 1. Data Economics: international cooperation and technological leadership

Heading:
Alexey Sidoruk, Digital economy

Data-based management is at the heart of modern socio-economic development. To do this, projects and initiatives are being developed and implemented aimed at building the necessary ecosystem for working with data, including personnel, regulatory, technological and other aspects. Thanks to this, a high-tech innovative environment is being formed aimed at the digital transformation of economic sectors, the creation of advanced solutions, and international cooperation is developing. For the effective implementation of these strategies, mechanisms for coordination of stakeholders are needed, and during the session it is proposed to discuss the experience of development institutions in this area.


The key issue of the panel discussion is the role of development institutions in shaping the data economy at the national and international levels.

12:00 - 12:15

Coffee break

12:15 - 13:45

Session 2. Formation of strategies for the development of artificial intelligence

Heading:
Andrey Neznamov, Sberbank
Formation of strategies for the development of artificial intelligence both at the national and international levels. Many countries, including Russia, China, India, Brazil, South Africa and others, are discussing national strategies in the field of artificial intelligence. The G20 has already adopted the principles of artificial intelligence in 2021. The Big Seven began the AI-Hiroshima process in 2023. The US president has issued an executive order on artificial intelligence. The EU is developing a bill on artificial intelligence. The Council of Europe is working on a legally binding Convention on AI. UNESCO has adopted the recommendation "Ethics and AI". The UN has established an Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence. A group of government experts has been discussing the very sensitive issue of lethal autonomous weapons systems for ten years. All these trends are of great interest to the Russian Internet community.
13:45 - 14:45

Lunch

14:45 - 16:15

Session 3. Cybersecurity, Cybercrime and Internet Security

Heading:
Irina Levova, Internet Research Institute
Information security is an area that is constantly evolving and adapting to new threats and challenges. In this session, we would like to discuss the main trends that will be relevant in 2024 and the near future.


The panelists will discuss the following topics:

  • Strengthening the protection of critical infrastructure, service providers, telecom operators, industrial systems, medical facilities and other important facilities from targeted and complex attacks
  • Development of industry practices and standards, strengthening responsibility for violations in the field of information security, insurance of cyber risks
  • The use of new technologies, including artificial intelligence, both to improve security measures and to enhance attacking capabilities
  • Development of trusted software development mechanisms (including And)
  • Detecting and countering fakes
16:15 - 16:30

Coffee break

16:30 - 18:00

Session 4. Data Management and Trust

Heading:
Karen Kazaryan, Digital Economy
Data exchange and technology development are still considered as the basis of public administration, economic development and social well-being. As a result, the issue of regulatory regulation of data management processes aimed at streamlining and stimulating their use in combination with mitigating the associated risks is relevant for countries with different legal cultures and traditions. The removal of existing barriers to building a "data-driven society" is being discussed by the world's leading economies today. The key task here is to find new legal mechanisms that would ensure free and secure data exchange between all participants in the ecosystem, as well as protect the rights and interests of data subjects and owners.
18:00 - 18:30

Cocktail

10:00 - 10:30

Presentation of the Virtuti Interneti Award and traditional lecture by the laureate

10:30 - 12:00

Session 5. Inclusivity is a new reality

Heading:
Alexey Goreslavsky, Internet Development Institute
An inclusive approach makes digital products and resources accessible to all users, including people with disabilities and disabilities.


At the section, experts will discuss:

  • How and when did interest in the topic of accessibility of digital products in Russia arise
  • How do teams implement an inclusive approach in their products
  • What metrics and is it even possible to measure the success of the implementation of an inclusive approach in digital products
  • How an inclusive approach allows you to expand business opportunities
  • Why an inclusive approach has become a new reality in the digital world and how it can change the domestic OT market.

Experts will also talk about their experience in implementing an inclusive approach and share real cases.

12:00 - 12:15

Coffee Break

12:30 - 14:00

Session 6. Ecology and sustainable development

Environmental impacts occur at all stages of the digital technology lifecycle. Digital technologies can help reduce environmental damage, but at the same time they can entail significant negative consequences for the environment.


Digital technologies can be used to monitor emissions and pollution levels, assess the consequences of actions already taken, as well as to eliminate these consequences and develop new approaches in all sectors of the economy, helping them become more sustainable.


Within the framework of the section, we will try to draw attention to the problems of sustainable development and environmental protection, as well as talk about finding solutions to these problems and projects that contribute to this. Special attention will be paid to building the potential of a more closed digital economy, including measures to improve energy efficiency, extend the life of digital devices, promote the optimization of production and consumption, encourage reuse and recycling, and restore scarce resources.

14:45 - 16:15

Session 7. Global Digital Compact, WSIS +20

Heading:
Roman Chukov, Center for Global IT-Cooperation
16:15 - 16:30

Coffee Break

16:30 - 18:00

Session 8. The topic is not defined

18:00 - 18:15

Free microphone

18:15 - 18:30

Summing up the Forum

Heading:
Andrey Vorobyev, Director of the .RU/.RF Domain Coordination Center