IoT for Sustainable Development Goals: Reducing Inequalities in Development Countries (SDG10)

Track:
International Cooperation & SDGs
What:
Panel
When:
1:30 PM, Tuesday 18 Jun 2019 (1 hour)
Where:
Musikhuset Aarhus - Store Sal
Discussion:
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While IoT and AI have been pervasive to sectors including healthcare services, manufacturing, urban planning, finance and education, it can also serve as a channel for providing emergency services and reducing exploitation by eliminating human rights violation, especially in development countries.

This session will explore how AI and IoT technologies could serve as a platform for the provision of emergency services that survivors and victims of natural disasters or wars can use to report their safety to their families and friends, and also connect the victims to places for shelter, protection and rehabilitation.

Participant
United Nations
Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on Reforms
Moderator
ITU - International Telecommunication Union
Vice Chairman of the ITU-T Study Group 20 (SG20)
Participant
Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES)
Leader of Smart Cities Initiative
Potential
World Economic Forum
Lead for Internet of Things, Robotics and Smart Cities
Potential
European Commission
Deputy Head Smart Mobility and Living
Participant
Brazilian National Research and Education Network (RNP)
R&D Manager
Potential
UNPARALLEL
Chief Science Officer

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