Journalist the New York Times will tell to Muscovites about new technologies


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The author of The New York Times bestseller “it’s a lie. Search engines, Big Data and the Internet know all about you” Seth Stephens-Davidowitz will participate in an open discussion “How new technologies are changing the state,” the press service of the summer program in Binary X Strelka District.

Stevens-Davidowitz as a former researcher of big data at Google will tell you how digitalization affected the economy and discuss the concept of the digital economy of the state and the principles on which it should be based: the use of information technology for the convenience of citizens. In addition to the debate he will explain how the interaction of citizens and the state is changing under the impact of technology, and how the state generates the digital economy.

About why to develop the technologies necessary infrastructure, legislation and the confidence of international partners, will tell the expert of the Federation Council Commission on information society development Artem Geller the discussion will be moderated by academic supervisor of the program “data Journalism” HSE Tina Berezhnaya.

Informed about new technologies and resources required to transition to digital model, Muscovites told the co-founder of the largest crowdfunding platform Kickstarter’s Charles Adler and founder of the online encyclopedia Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales.

Binary Strelka District to the x — series of educational events about digital technology and innovation, the speakers of which are the world’s business leaders, scientists, public and political figures.

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