New Forum to Facilitate Collaboration in Developing Enabling Technologies
The forum aims to serve as a platform for stakeholder interaction, promoting information exchange and cooperation through co-creation.
Experts in the forum will focus on uncovering the transformational potential of emerging technologies, designing strategies to address future challenges. By creating a conducive environment for collaboration, the Forum will encourage stakeholders to work together in identifying the most promising technologies of the future and developing a pathway for their implementation.
Through this collaborative approach, the Forum hopes to accelerate the development of enabling technologies and bring about transformational changes in various sectors. The Forum’s emphasis on co-creation and stakeholder engagement will enable experts to gain a broader perspective and generate innovative solutions to complex problems.
The launch of this forum marks an important step forward in fostering collaboration and innovation in developing the enabling technologies of the future.
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