Will Technologies Save the World?

Davos 2020. Will Technologies Save the World?

Panel discussion


This panel discussion on the emerging technologies will provide leading tech companies CEOs, and government officials an opportunity to share their thoughts and reflections on the benefits and challenges of new technologies. The panel will inspire global leaders and innovators to develop cutting-edge innovations to solve future challenges in support of the sustainable development.


Relevance of the topic:

Significant inventions in AI, robotics, virtual reality, big data, biotech, 3D printing, FinTech, space exploration, genetic engineering are dramatically changing our every-day lives. But where these changes lead to?

Technology could further create unexpected effects on the labor market, particularly considering the automation of some functions, which is likely to lead to the disappearance of jobs and to the restructuring of the labor market. 

At the same time, there are so many areas where technology are improving the world around us: mechanized agriculture, improved communication, medicine, education, etc. 

World Economic Forum:

  • 4 days
  • 7 themes: Healthy Futures, Better Business, Beyond Geopolitics, Fairer Economies, Tech for Good, How to Save the Planet, Society & Future of Work
  • 607 public speakers
  • 150 webcast sessions

The future is here

About Speakers

Alex Chubay

Alex Chubay

CTO at SoftServe

Alex leads technology strategy and execution, creating a sustainable competitive advantage through continuous technology-driven innovation.

Vitaly Sedler

Vitaly Sedler

CEO and Co-Founder of Intellias

Under his leadership, Intellias featured in 2019 The Best of The Global Outsourcing 100 List by IAOP, and recognized by GSA UK Awards.

Oleksiy Skrypnyk

Oleksiy Skrypnyk

Co-founder at ELEKS

Oleksiy Skrypnyk has created and transformed ELEKS into one of the leading software engineering companies in Eastern Europe.

Oleksandr Bornyakov

Oleksandr Bornyakov

Deputy Minister of Digital Transformation in Ukraine

Oleksandr has MBA degree in Columbia University of the New York City. Co-owner and co-founder of various business projects.

Kira Rudyk

Kira Rudyk

Member of Parliament, former CEO of Ring Ukraine

Kira is known as one of the 100 most successful women in Ukraine and within the top 33 managers in Ukraine.

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