The 2023 Euro-Atlantic Resilience Forum

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The fusion of new technologies like artificial intelligence, blockchain, Internet of Things (IoT), AR/VR, robotics, genomics, drones, mobile manufacturing and virtual reality will result in massive changes for society as well as for businesses, with huge impact on the defense and security sectors.

▪️In order to achieve a more resilient and prosperous world, we need to bring digitalization in the institutional culture. We need to invest in technological innovation, to build partnerships with private actors of strategic importance and to work together and engage at international level.

⚠️ All participants at the Panel„Building Hybrid Threats Resilience in the Era of AI and Disruptive Technologies” concluded that digital societies are more resilient:

👉Dragoș Tudorache, Member of the European Parliament, Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) Rapporteur on the AI Act.

👉Philip Lockwood, Head of the “Innovation, Emerging Security Challenges Division” at NATO.

👉Robert Wheeler, Senior Advisor, Jones Group International, with 32 years of service in the US Air Force, most recently served as DoD Deputy Chief Information Officer for Command, Control, Communications/Computers (C4) at the Office Secretary of Defense.

👉Vlad Grosu, Institute for Advanced Technologies, Romania.

👉George Bara, founder, Zetta Cloud, Romania.

👉Moderated by Adrian Dan.

👉The first edition of the Euro-Atlantic Forum for Resilience, organized in Bucharest, with over 1500 participants, welcomes the presence of over 60 speakers from Romania, the United States, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Turkey, Poland, the Czech Republic , Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine, Republic of Moldova, Estonia, Lithuania, Sweden, Finland, Israel, Republic of Korea and Serbia.

👉Organized by the Euro-Atlantic Resilience Centre

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