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DEEP DIVE ON… #1 Reinventing public services to meet future challenges

The urban future that we are already shaping needs to be intelligent, green and resolutely people-oriented, in the words of industry leader Huawei.

We’re all witnessing how digital transformation disrupts core services –healthcare, education or transportation, to mention a few–, and how essential these tech-powered solutions are to overcome present and future challenges. But, as we explore their infinite potential, it’s imperative to ensure that an intelligent city leads to more inclusive and efficient public services.

Partnering up with Huawei, we’ll try to share success stories and answer some open, critical questions about future-proof public services:

  • Digitization of government information turns into improved public services for citizens?
  • How can technology empower an accessible, world-class education for all, wherever it’s needed?
  • Can healthcare be safer and more efficient if digitized?
  • How can we achieve the digital transformation of tax regulation? Can digital solutions build an enhanced tax data governance?
  • Can tech help speed up both trade and regulatory procedures?

Join us on April 13 for a set of live sessions to learn and discuss how to empower the next generation of public services.

Keynotes
How to enable the next generation of public services?
Thought-provoking inspirational talks from top executives from Huawei’s Global Government Business unit, plus first-class government players. Let’s open controversies and trigger reflection about innovation in public services.
Thomas Xu
Thomas Xu
President, Public Safety Enterprise BG, Huawei
Miquel Rodríguez
Miquel Rodríguez
Commissioner of 2030 Agenda, Barcelona City Council
Discussion Panel
Improving urban lives through digital innovation
How digital technology and AI can help improve urban lives? How can we harness ICT technologies for inclusive public services? What challenges still lie ahead? What is the impact of pandemic? Governmental representatives and executives joining from different points around the globe share success cases and open the debate for audience interaction.
Seah Han-Yong
Seah Han-Yong
Senior Director, Smart City Principal Business Architect, Huawei
Rosa Suriñach
Rosa Suriñach
Coordinator, Partnerships, Advocacy and Outreach, City Resilience Global Programme, UN Habitat
Jaanika Merilo
Jaanika Merilo
Advisor to Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Digital Transformation, Government of Ukraine
Dr. Hila Oren
Dr. Hila Oren
CEO, Tel Aviv Foundation
Miquel Rodríguez
Miquel Rodríguez
Commissioner of 2030 Agenda, Barcelona City Council
MODERATOR: Peter Goulding
MODERATOR: Peter Goulding
Global Government Industry Expert, Huawei
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