The 'Artificial Intelligence-Enabled Digital Transformation to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)' conference will provide reflections on how AI can enable digital transformation in health care, education, finance, and other domains. Organised by the World Association for Sustainable Development, the event will take place in London, United Kingdom, on 11 March.
The conference represents an opportunity for international public and private organisations that play a key role in achieving the 2030 SDGs to participate in a platform for discussion and showcase their past, present and future projects, services and initiatives. The targeted audience includes, but is not limited to top experts in the field of sustainable development, ministers, UN and high government officials and policymakers, company directors, academics, NGOs, women, and youth.
The event will also introduce the latest updates from the UN Joint Inspection Unit (JIU) policy research project A.435 titled 'Strengthening the policy research uptake in service of the 2030' which include issues such as: the role of science, innovation, and research in service of the 2030 Agenda; how institutions reflect the SDGs in their own research activities; and how the UN system is using scientific research in finding solutions to global problems.
Registrations are open at the following link.
For more information about the event, visit the dedicated webpage.