The Global Technology Summit—Carnegie India’s annual flagship event, co-hosted with the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India—brings together industry experts, policymakers, scientists, and other stakeholders from all over the world to deliberate on the changing nature of technology and geopolitics. Its aim is to create a new framework of engagement that addresses concerns of all stakeholders without hindering technological progress and innovation.
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Join us virtually from November 29 to December 01 for the 7th iteration of the Global Technology Summit, themed Geopolitics of Technology.
The sixth iteration of the Global Technology Summit prompted rethinking on national strategies toward globalizing technological systems that balance concerns of national sovereignty with those of global efficiency and innovation.
The fifth iteration of the Global Technology Summit addressed the balkanization of the internet, digital sovereignty, data localization, the future of data, and the changing nature of technology and geopolitics.
The fourth iteration of the Global Technology Summit identified possible strategies to balance cross-border data flows and privacy in the age of digital globalization with a focus on emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, fintech, and biotechnology.
The third iteration of the Global Technology Summit examined the impact of emerging technologies on society and developed strategies to balance innovation and regulation, keeping in consideration the extraordinary implications of emerging technologies on governance, development, and security.
The second iteration of the Global Technology Summit focused on new directions in tech-diplomacy, data protection, and building an innovation ecosystem as well as fields like digital finance, e-mobility, robotics, and smart cities.
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