FP Tech Forum @ UNGA78
As artificial intelligence and other technologies transform the global landscape, policymakers are tasked with creating robust policy frameworks that keep pace with rapid technological change, support equitable growth, and manage evolving threats. Against this backdrop, Foreign Policy is proud to announce the return of the FP Tech Forum, set to take place during the 78th United Nations General Assembly, to explore how technologies are shaping geopolitics and development around the world.
This year’s forum will convene the leading minds in technology policy from governments, the private sector, academia, and civil society to explore guardrails on AI, the race for semiconductors and prospects for strengthening global supply chains, and the opportunities for tech deployment in the Global South, among other pressing issues.
The FP Tech Forum will present a series of conversations at the nexus of technology and geopolitics. As trends toward protectionism and techno-nationalism risk fragmenting global markets and inhibiting innovation, how can we continue to scale the transformative technologies that hold promise for equitable health outcomes, sustainability, and security? Join us to discuss these challenges, potential solutions, and the future of global tech policy.