Who Stands to Win in the Global Competition for Supremacy in Artificial Intelligence?

06 Jun , 11:00–12:15
Technologies Shaping the Future
Congress Centre, conference hall D4
In partnership Huawei

Artificial intelligence technologies have become a key factor in the success of technology companies and far beyond: the use of AI leads to competitive advantages in all areas of business and human endeavours. Artificial intelligence has long since become a part of our everyday lives. Many countries have adopted their own national artificial intelligence strategies (China, the European Union, and Canada, among others), striving for leadership in this field and gaining a competitive advantage for their economies. Russia is also actively pursuing the development of its own national AI strategy, which will identify the goals, tasks, and approaches to the introduction of AI technologies as well as the regulatory scenarios for certain areas of the economy. The introduction of artificial intelligence technologies will help accelerate economic growth and form the Russian economy of the future, thus making it competitive on the global stage. What is AI? What tasks need to be addressed in the national AI strategy? What is the international experience in AI and what are the priorities of its development? While everyone is working to create strong AI, its potential is often compared to that of nuclear weapons. What stakes does Russia have in this global technological race? How can a balance be struck in terms of state regulation stimulating and restricting the development of AI? What are the key factors in the development of AI that require attention from the state? How can effective collaboration between business, science, and the state be organized for the development of AI?

Kirill Tokarev, Editor-in-Chief, Anchor, RBC

Maxim Akimov, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation
Borge Brende, President, World Economic Forum
Elena Bunina, General Director, Director of Organizational Development and HR Management, Yandex Russia
Alexander Vedyakhin, First Deputy Chairman of the Executive Board, Sberbank
Arkady Dvorkovich, President, World Chess Federation (FIDE); Chairman, Skolkovo Foundation
Alexander Dyukov, Chairman of the Management Board, Chief Executive Officer, Gazprom Neft
Jaap Zuiderveld, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Europe, Middle East, and India, NVIDIA
Vladislav Onishchenko, Head, Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation
Dmitry Peskov, Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation on Digital and Technological Development
Guo Ping, Deputy Chairman of the Board, Rotating Chief Executive Officer, Huawei
Maxim Fedorov, Professor, Director, Center for Computational and Data-Intensive Science and Engineering, The Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech)

Front row participant
Dmitry Dyrmovsky, General Director, Member of the Board of Directors, Speech Technology Centre