Andrey Belyaninov welcomed the Participants of the Round-table of the "Digital Evolution" Forum

14/08/2021 10:00

On August 12, a round table meeting "Implementation of national projects - decision-making based on data" took place within the "Digital Evolution" Forum.

Andrey Belyaninov, Secretary General of the International Union of Non-Governmental Organizations “Eurasian Peoples' Assembly” addressed the participants of the round table with a welcoming speech.

Alexander Levashov, editor-in-chief of TAdviser was the moderator of the round table.

The focus of the discussion was on the systematic approach to digital transformation, standards and legal aspects.

Key speakers were:

  • Oleg Kachanov, Deputy Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation;
  • Denis Volkov, Head of the Digital Development Department of the Voronezh Region;
  • Stanislav Kazarin, Vice Governor of St. Petersburg;
  • Evgeny Miroshnikov, First Deputy Governor of the Belgorod Region;
  • Sergey Kuchin, Director for Regional Relations, “Rusatom Infrastructure Solutions”;
  • Natalya Kasperskaya, President of “InfoWatch” Group of Companies, Chairman of the Board of ARPP "Otechestvenny Soft";
  • Alexander Senokosov, Head of Information Technology Support Department - Deputy Head of the National Defense Management Center of the Russian Federation;
  • Victoria Kuznetsova, Director for Regional and Sectoral Digital Transformation, ANO RT-Digital Transformation;
  • Dmitry Razumovsky, Deputy Governor of the Kaluga Region;
  • Dmitry Ontoyev, Head of the analytical department of the Moscow Department of Information Technologies;
  • Boris Makevnin, General Director of “Tsifrum”, a private institution for digitalization of the nuclear industry (State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom);
  • Sergey Gumerov, founder, CEO of Digital Twin (online);
  • Alexander Zorin, Director for Regional Policy, ANO Digital Economy;
  • Dmitry Grishin, Product Director, Rusatom Infrastructure Solutions;
  • Dmitry Shushkin, expert of the Council for Informatization and Digital Economy of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly;
  • Alexander Monosov, General Director of “Budget and Financial Technologies” LLC;
  • Dmitry Dyrmovsky, general director of the group of companies CRT;
  • Alan Salbiev, expert of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly, founder and head of the Academy of Systems Analysis;
  • Pavel Basin, Co-Chairman of the Council for Informatization and Digital Economy of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly;
  • Alexander Arkhangelsky, Head of the Center for Federal Projects, Block for Cloud and Digital Solutions, Public Joint Stock Company Mobile TeleSystems;
  • Gennady Kopaev, Head of Digital Transformation of Government Institutions in the Central Federal District, Softline Group of Companies;
  • Pavel Svarnik, Director of the Center for Strategic Development and Digital Transformation, Lanit-Integration LLC;
  • Victor Zubarev, Head of the development center Innopolis Research Institute "Voskhod".

The speakers identified key issues and problems of transformation:

  • the need to perceive the global restructuring of processes as the basis for the need for digitalization;
  • fragmentation of data;
  • lack of specialized staff and 50% of the future professions are related to digital technologies.

Participants shared successful solutions and cases, and discussed risks and threats, including personal data leakage and the likelihood of artificial intelligence errors.

Special attention was paid to the concept of "digital twin", its tools for decision-making, the controversy of the use of children's biometrics and the humane side of the digital transformation issue.

There was noted the need to work with values ​​and beliefs in society on the topic of digital transformation, the need to educate the management team, the population and make changes, discussing with the community the key points to gain support and participation.

All participants agreed that:

  • for a successful transformation there is a need in a regional center of competence for working with data;
  • there is a need in a unified systemic and legislative base as a regulatory condition for transformation.

Experts from large IT companies, deeply immersed in the topic of regional digitalization, took part in the work. They shared their views on how the region can increase its potential for sustainable development, accelerate the transition to data-driven management, and overcome the often-typical difficulties that arise.

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