Plataforma Portugal Now organizes Web-Conference and points out the five technologies that will enhance disruption in the coming years.
The Portugal Agora platform brings together in an online conference several stakeholders to debate the topic "Disrupt Portugal - 5 technologies for this decade". The initiative takes place on February 25, at 17 pm, on the Zoom platform.
We have entered what will be the most disruptive decade in human history. The confluence of various technologies will transform life as we know it. As we learn, work, live or move. Portugal has competitive advantages (talent, innovation centers and the start-up ecosystem) that should be used to position itself at the forefront of these waves of change.
In this debate, focused on the five technologies for this decade, the five axes that will leverage this disruption will be addressed - AI / Machine Learning, IoT, Blockchain, AR / VR e 3D Printing, through the challenge launched to five experts to present their perspectives and proposals.
The conference is free with prior registration in https://www.eventbrite.pt/e/bilhetes-web-conference-disrupt-portugal-5-tecnologias-para-esta-decada-141663359923
17.00h - Welcome and introduction
Carlos Sezões (Portugal Now)
17.10h - Presentations and debate
- Artificial Intelligence and Robotics - Leonel Moura, Artist
- IoT - Pedro Pinto, Schréder Hyperion
- Blockchain - Rui Serapicos, Portuguese Blockchain Alliance
- 3D Printing - Paulo Casimiro, Beeverycreative
- Virtual and augmented reality - Luis Bravo Martins, NextReality
18.15h - Closing
Rita Pelica (Portugal Now)
About Portugal Now:
The “Portugal Agora” project aims to create a vision, unfolded in strategic models for the country, for the coming decades. This will be achieved through a plural space of discussion, during a defined period, in order to determine where convergences are possible, which materialize in priorities, in which Portugal can develop. The project assumes strategic dimensions - Attractiveness, Knowledge, Entrepreneurship e Resilience - for Portugal and wants to link them to execution and action. Additional information at http://www.portugalagora.com/