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Reuters MOMENTUM (September 2022 / Austin TX) challenges technology leaders to enable a fairer, more equitable and sustainable future for all. Through our four key agenda pillars, Connectivity, Decentralization, Sustainability and Empowerment, we’ll unlock the insights you need to transform the impact of technology in all markets.
Join carefully curated c-level executives, technology pioneers and global thought leaders from across energy, finance, healthcare, entertainment, commerce, agriculture, supply chains, mobility, defense and more to uncover innovations that will influence lives, prosperity, and happiness the world over. Review the full 2021 agendaRequest the Brochure
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Address the power of technology to remove barriers and create space for new, impactful innovations and connections between individuals, companies and institutions.
Experiences and entrepreneurship in the metaverse stand to transform how we connect, engage, and build value in the digital economy. However, questions remain on how we deliver opportunities beyond entertainment, storytelling, commerce, and communications.
Further, as our development and understanding of the metaverse grows, how do leverage technology to safeguard and optimize access to immersive digital economies?
Gaming, Streaming, Entertainment, Commerce, Healthcare, Finance
As the power, influence and penetration of technology companies and governments grow, we must be clear about the limits and responsibilities of tech stakeholders on privacy, regulation, and growth.
Acknowledgement of the pressures to regulate technology markets, alongside recognition of lessons learned, will be critical to maximizing the positive benefits of greater connectivity in our collective future.
Social Media, Telecoms, Software, IT Hardware, Healthcare
Investment in 5G infrastructure offers us incredible new opportunities to supercharge customer-centricity across the internet of things.
Where then will our economies see the most significant impacts? Further still, to what extent will 5G enable a radical rethink of use cases for connected devices beyond communications?
Telecoms, Defense, Cybersecurity, Entertainment, Finance
As our reliance on digital infrastructure grows, it's critical to ask whether our expectations as consumers, regulators and corporations are realistic against an ever-evolving cyber threat environment. Further still, we must judge the extent to which data can indeed be protected both now and in the digital future.
More importantly, in a world of increasing cyberattacks, we must pause to reflect on what we can do more to secure the preparedness of our digital economies, especially as we herald a new dawn for quantum computing.
Cybersecurity, IT, Telecoms, Defense, Finance, Privacy
Explore how innovation is opening centralized or monopolized markets by rethinking accessibility and ownership models for a digital and customer-centric future.
Blockchain technologies will transform and retool the centralized architecture of our increasingly digitalized economy. However, what does this mean in practice for established industries beyond the hype-cycle of Web3 and tech evangelists?
On a practical level, we need to explore the value of blockchain in optimizing critical B2B processes today. Further still, we must also debate the responsibility for the sustainability and utility of decentralized technologies in an ever more connected world.
Finance, Commerce / Payments, Supply Chains
Beyond blockchain, cryptocurrencies and NFTs challenge our traditional notions of ownership and neutrality on the internet.
As investment surges, we must now explore how we embed responsible practices, opportunity, entrepreneurship, and inclusion in these new digital economies and protect against the emergence of new internet monopolies.
Finance, Commerce, Metaverse, Entertainment
Access to game-changing information technology through open-source platforms enables socially impactful innovation that might otherwise be impossible.
Further, open-source platforms are transforming our ability to solve problems, collaborate and process data on scales never seen before, particularly in the sciences of healthcare and astrophysics. So, where do we go from here, and what discoveries and innovations might we unlock?
Space, IT, 3D Printing, Healthcare, Enterprise SaaS, Physics, Future of Work, Telecoms
Transform your strategic and technical approaches to decarbonization, climate accounting, resource optimization and transparency to deliver a safer, healthier and more sustainable future for all.
Meeting expectations on ESG requires proactive reporting and commitments to transparency. Still, questions remain over whether the tools we need are available or deployed effectively.
Join us to identify the early leaders on ESG authenticity, debate best practices on proving long-term accountability, and explore how stakeholders' pressure is forcing a rethink on the urgency of tackling Scope 3 emissions.
Finance, Energy, Supply Chains, FMCG, Digital, Healthcare, Clean Energy
Urgent decarbonization of industries is essential to meeting our global climate goals, either via optimizing efficiency in carbon reliant markets, embracing cleaner technologies, or even the wholesale capture and sequestration of pollutants.
Now is the time to inject greater resolve, finance, and support to rebuild our carbon-dependent economies and secure a clean, regenerative, and climate-smart future for all.
Carbon Sequestration, Clean Energy, Circular Economies, Regeneration, Energy, Manufacturing, Finance, ESG
How quickly and reliably we electrify mobility will be critical to delivering a decarbonized, climate-resilient and more equitable future for all. However, it's vital to ask what more we can do to develop, scale and fund the development of the technologies we need?
Moreover, what nascent innovations could transform carbon-intensive mobility in aviation, supply chains and manufacturing?
Energy, Mobility, Aviation, Supply Chains, Cities/Built Environment, ESG
Resource management and consumption, both on land and at sea, must embrace more circular, sustainable and regenerative practices to safeguard the materials, food and fuels upon which our future depends.
What more must we do to foster impactful innovation that optimizes resource management to meet growing needs yet balance extraction with replenishment, regeneration and sustainable practices?
Food, Agriculture, Forestry, Oceans & Aquaculture, Earth Resources
Embrace the power of technological innovation to drive democratic engagement, empower individuals, catalyze disruption of the status-quo, and supercharge social justice solutions globally.
The swift growth of customer-centric FinTech innovation is supercharging innovative approaches to financial accessibility and inclusivity in critical technology markets. Still, we can do more to ensure that economic development and new financial services benefit the many and not the few.
Further, we must understand the role of finance in tackling the digital gap between the world's richest and poorest citizens, accelerating innovation, and encouraging entrepreneurship the world over.
FinTech, Banking, Development, Web Services, Commerce, IT
We have a responsibility to ensure that innovation improves the lives of all, and not just the privileged few. What's more, by closing the digital gaps, we can provide restorative equity to marginalized communities.
Join us to debate what else we must do to boost digital literacy and address critical inequalities more meaningfully across the global economy.
Corporate ESG & CSR, Education, Diversity Equity Inclusion, Customer Experience (CX), Journalism, Politics, Education
Technological innovation has enabled the unprecedented empowerment of individual voices in our civic society.
Yet, concerns linger about our ability to legitimize or amplify extreme and dangerous ideologies for all the benefits. Furthermore, we must recognize the risks of systematic disinformation.
We must work harder to understand and balance the role of technology in empowering liberties. Furthermore, we must endeavor to leverage technology to rebuild trust and accountability in the media and civic institutions the world over.
Social Media, Journalism, Education, Corporate ESG & CSR, Politics, Democracy
The challenge of delivering civil services in the pandemic, from education to healthcare, supercharged the development of connectivity technology and radically altered the way we engage with vital social services.
This begs the question, then, of what tools, technologies and touchpoints are here to stay as we transition back to free movement and reopened economies?
Further, will we see the continued integration of digital services to augment value or increase efficiency in critical government-supported services?
Healthcare, Education, Smart Cities, Politics, AI, Civil Society
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are powerfully transforming our lives in ways that are yet to be fully comprehended. As these technologies increasingly penetrate new and existing industries, we need to ensure that we deploy algorithmic decision-making in safe, sustainable, and ethical ways.
Further, intelligent robotics are expected to play greater roles in our lives and economies. Therefore, we must debate the value and responsibilities of innovators and regulators as we increasingly seek to augment and optimize human productivity.
Healthcare, Defense, AI, Robotics, Manufacturing, Smart Cities, Mobility, Social Media, Policy, Transhumanism
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