Business programme

The Digital Footprint: Looking to the Future

17 Jun , 12:00–13:15
Modern Technology for Humanity: Building a Responsible Future
Pavilion G, conference hall G1
In partnership with the Advanced Technologies Development Center (ATDC)

Today, almost every action a person takes as a participant in the economy leaves a digital footprint – how we earn, how we spend, what we buy, where we invest, and even how we relax and what we are interested in. Everything is collected into a single digital twin in the familiar offline world. This is a world that can be analysed and thus built and developed according based on easily comprehensible vectors and mathematical laws. This creates almost limitless possibilities. Changes that lead to the creation of new business models, the transformation of relations between the government, business, and consumers, the birth of a new economic environment, alternative methods of communication, production, and consumption, and immersion in a single digital world. What digital systems are states building? How is digital transformation changing the economic space? Public and private information systems: competition or cooperation? What new trends will this bring tomorrow? How will this change us?

Vladimir Lavitsky, Head of Publishing Syndicate Service, Kommersant

Jahongir Abdiev, Deputy Chairman of the State Tax Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan
Altynbek Abduvapov, Chairman of the State Tax Service under the Ministry of Finance of the Kyrgyz Republic
Alexander Demyanov, Managing Director,, State Development Corporation VEB.RF
Mikhail Dubin, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Advanced Technologies Development Center (ATDC)
Ashot Muradyan, Deputy Chairman, State Revenue Committee of the Republic of Armenia
Andrey Tsyper, Executive Director of Media, Rambler&Co
Vasiliy Shpak, Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation

Front row participants
Armen Beniaminov, Vice President, Chistaya Liniya
Alexander Chernoshchekin, Senior Vice President, Head of the Medium and Small Business Unit, Promsvyazbank