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Foreign Policy Tech Forum

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September 21
9:00 am - 12:30 pm EDT
Add to Calendar September 21 9:00 am September 21 12:30 pm America/New_York Foreign Policy Tech Forum

How can global leaders foster greater connectivity in an increasingly fractured world?

As the digitalization of global economies accelerates, and geo-strategic competition intensifies, governments around the world are developing tech-focused policies that will affect supply chains, impact the ability to trade and operate across markets, and influence the future of global health.

Trends toward protectionism and techno-nationalism could fragment global markets, inhibit innovations’ potential to reach scale, and undermine international collaboration needed for health, safety, and security in the digital age. How can governments, private industry, academia, and civil society work together to mitigate the risks and scale transformative technologies that will be essential to more equitable health outcomes, sustainability, and security?

FP’s second annual Tech Forum will convene the principal minds in technology policy for a series of conversations on the most pressing issues facing the world today. This event will be held in person in New York and will also be livestreamed to a global audience.

Join the conversation online using #FPTechForum.

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Free
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Foreign Policy
Phone:
(202) 728-7300
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Venue

Space 54
226 E. 54th St.
New York City, NY 10019 United States
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Phone:
(551) 202-9338
Website:
https://space54nyc.com/

How can global leaders foster greater connectivity in an increasingly fractured world?

As the digitalization of global economies accelerates, and geo-strategic competition intensifies, governments around the world are developing tech-focused policies that will affect supply chains, impact the ability to trade and operate across markets, and influence the future of global health.

Trends toward protectionism and techno-nationalism could fragment global markets, inhibit innovations’ potential to reach scale, and undermine international collaboration needed for health, safety, and security in the digital age. How can governments, private industry, academia, and civil society work together to mitigate the risks and scale transformative technologies that will be essential to more equitable health outcomes, sustainability, and security?

FP’s second annual Tech Forum will convene the principal minds in technology policy for a series of conversations on the most pressing issues facing the world today. This event will be held in person in New York and will also be livestreamed to a global audience.

Join the conversation online using #FPTechForum.