Under the umbrella of the Global Arena Research Institute, for the second time, the Next 100 Symposium will take place in Prague, Czech Republic on November 20th and 21st, 2019. The symposium will bring together the most progressive minds in the technological and computing fields with influential social scientists and thinkers to discuss rising challenges to the global order. In doing so, it launches a transformative dialogue on all levels about how to use innovative computing capabilities to address challenges being dealt with in the social scientific sphere.
KEY N100 SPEAKERS
Jeffrey Franks, Director, IMF Europe
Tim Palmer, Research Professor, The Royal Society
Jeffrey Sachs, Economist, Columbia Earth Institute
Shmuel Bar, Founder and Director, IntuView
Tony Curzon Price, UK Government, Department of Economy and Industrial Strategy, Senior Economic Advisor
Jan Havranek, Private Office of the NATO Secretary-General
Karel Janecek, Founder of the Janecek Method, Democracy 21, Anticorruption Foundation, NEURON
Jan Lukacevic, Research Assistant at the Department of Space Physics, New Europe 100 Challenger
Charlie Reis, Vice-President, RAND International
Hans Pung, President, RAND Europe
JP Kloppers, Founder and CEO, BrandsEye
Thomas Roca, Data Strategist, Microsoft & LinkedIn
Frederick Bordry, Director of Acceleration & Technology, CERN
Robert-Jan Smits, President, Eindhoven University, Former Director-General of Research & Innovation, EU Commission, architect of Horizon 2020 and ERC
The first Next 100 Symposium in 2018 marked the end of World War I. In the aftermath of the war, the foundations for a multilateral world order were laid out. Today, those foundations are being challenged by a world overwhelmed with digital and information stimulation.
The brightest minds from the technological and social scientific fields must come together to translate current global tensions into transformative opportunities. The Next 100 Symposium aims to provide a groundbreaking international platform to achieve this goal of linking technological progress with social and political advancement.
bring together the most progressive minds in the technological and computing fields with influential social scientists and thinkers to discuss rising challenges to the global order;
start a dialogue on all levels about how to use the most innovative computing capabilities to address the challenges being dealt with in the social scientific sphere;
draft a new perspective on global normative and institutional frameworks, which will result in a series of reflections for future debates, impact-related strategies, and policy recommendations.