The key to a new, more inclusive world? | Digital Dialogue
Thursday 25 February | 18:00 JST, 09:00 GMT | #FTDigitalSociety
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The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated the pace and need for digital transformation in the economy and society. Now is the opportunity for countries around the world to harness transformative technologies in the context of this new reality.
Financial Times Live, in partnership with the Cabinet Office of Japan, is delighted to host an online discussion on how digitalisation can help to solve the world’s most pressing issues around inclusive economic recovery, urbanisation and the climate emergency, by creating a new digital agenda for 2021 and beyond.
Key talking points
How best can the deployment of digital transformative technologies such as Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, and big data help boost social inclusiveness?
To what extent is digitalisation contributing to the revitalisation of rural areas, and by extension, the economy?
How can digitalisation contribute to achieving a circular economy?
World-class business leaders and speakers
International Telecommunication Union, United Nations
Senior Managing Executive Officer
Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting Co., Ltd.
Tokyo Bureau Chief
The unique potential of digitalisation to create a more inclusive, environmentally conscious society
With leaders and thinkers involved in the digital ecosystem, and build relationships
The strategies, as well as the challenges, in building an effective digital infrastructure
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