The Future in Tech: What`s next

The top conference to introduce tech trends
What to expect
The Speakers will talk about how virtual reality is being used, what chat bots and voice interfaces do, how fast artificial intelligence will take over the world and what blockchain offers.

Topical issues will be addressed and you will learn all about technologies of the future.
The Future in Tech:
What`s next
Short, but capacious speeches and discussions in the TED format

Topical in-depth content
Informal communication with real stars of the technology area
Direct contact with legendary foreign journalists-experts
Events
August 24th
August 23rd
16:20 DISCUSSION
AI, Machine Learning, Bots - How Artificial Intelligence Changed Our Communication
What do Facebook robots discuss in an incomprehensible language? How can you find a stranger by a photo he`s posted on a social network? Will artificial intelligence be able to replace musicians, artists and writers? At the discussion, new creative functions mastered by artificial intelligence will be talked about at length.
17:15 LECTURE
What is Blockchain And Why is There so Much HYPE Around it?
At the lecture 'What is Blockchain And Why is There so Much Hype Around it?' Sasha Ivanov, a pioneer in the blockchain industry and creator of the popular European platform "Waves" that combines opportunities in the cryptoworld with business from the real sector, will describe how the costs of financial organizations will decrease by implementing new technologies. Sasha will also explain the limitations blockchains encounter and what opportunities they will open up.
18:00 DISCUSSION
When Will The Cryptobubble Burst?
Is this the right time to invest all your savings into a cryptocurrency? Why do restaurants and factories go for the ICO? When will we start paying with bitcoins in stores? Why did everybody suddenly start to talk about the blockchain? During the discussion "Blockchain: when the crypto-bubble will burst", experts will talk in detail about the security of investments in the cryptocurrency, how to get $200 million for an ICO and why the blockchain is the future of not only the financial markets, but also other industries.
19:00 LECTURE
The Fourth Transformation: The Future is in AR?
The Fourth Transformation - Augmented Reality is coming. Virtual reality will compete for our entertainment minutes. Over the next decade we will look at our smartphone screens less and less as we use things like Magic Leap more and more. Even if you use your mobile phone's screen to watch a virtual reality event, it will be quite a different experience than staring down at a mobile phone in your hands. Plus, you will look at, and interact with your world quite differently thanks to beacons, Internet of Things, new kinds of sensors and artificial intelligence systems to fuse data, analyze it, and present it in novel ways.
20:00 DISCUSSION
Security And Privacy on The Internet: How to Live in The Era of Snowden
Why does the whole world fear Russian hackers? The discussion "Security and privacy on the Internet: how to live in the era of Snowden" is focused on the topic of personal data protection. Experts will review the current state of the cybersecurity market and discuss whether it's realistic to retain online privacy today. The panelists will share the latest information on ways to protect information from transmission to third parties and how to ensure maximum security on the Internet.
20:35 LECTURE
A New Creative Renaissance and the Role of Machine Intelligence in its Beginning
Why do new stars come from the Internet? What is the role of artificial intelligence in creating direct channels between creators and their audiences? How will social mobility work in the next five years? The Speaker will answer these and other questions in his lecture "A New Creative Renaissance and the Role of Machine Intelligence in its Beginning".


16:20 DISCUSSION
Autonomous Car: When Will The Profession of The Driver go The Way of The Dinosaurs?
The first drone appeared in the 1980s, so why do we still drive cars? At the discussion "Autonomous car: when will the profession of the driver die?", participants will discuss the ethical problems that can arise with usage of autonomous cars. Experts will explain when and where will we be transported by self-driving cars and they will talk about the issues that led to the first usage of autonomous car.
17:05 LECTURE
How to Make The Future Come For You Without Stepping on You: For Companies and Individuals
Artificial intelligence, open source technologies and cloud platforms drastically change business models, demand for different professionals, and even people's everyday life. In order for a company to maintain its competitiveness, and for a person to remain in demand and retain a reason to live, they have to learn to study, and to break the stubborn stereotypes in their heads.
17:50 DISCUSSION
The Role of Russian Companies in the World of Innovation: How to Be and What to Do Next
How is the Russian technology business perceived abroad? What companies with Russian roots are well-known in Silicon Valley? How can we change the image of Russian technology? During the discussion "The role of Russian companies in the world of innovation: how to be and what to do next," participants will discuss whether Russian innovations are in high demand all around the world or not, and share some successful cases of Russian startups. Experts will also explain how to attract foreign investors for a local business.
19:00 LECTURE
Storytelling For Startups. How to Attract The Attention of The Press And Investors
What's more important - a story or a product? A long-standing dispute over the primacy of packaging on a high-quality product seems to have long been resolved in favor of marketing. How does one present a product to journalists and investors so they fall in love with it? What's the secret of success of the viral story? At the lecture "Storytelling for start-ups: how to attract the attention of the press and investors" - Josh Constine, a cyber psychologist (Stanford University) and one of the most influential journalists in the technological world, who interviewed Mark Zuckerberg, will share tips on how to get the audience to fall in love with your product at first glance.
19:40 DISCUSSION
Robots Against People: Who Wins?
Four hundred years ago, the first coffee house in Constantinople was opened. In January of 2017, a one-armed robot barista first began serving coffee at Cafe X in San Francisco. The humanoid robot Sofia now gives interviews at technology conferences, and Alexa chooses the music and time for her morning routine. Does this mean that soon robots will become smarter than humans? Participants will discuss the latest events in the field of robotics and such topics as what professions will become unnecessary with robots' massive introduction, and when robots left the science fiction world to join our everyday lives.
20:15 LECTURE
How to Create a Start-Up With a Billion Dollars Outside of The U.S.
How do you sell your startup to Google? Or how do you attract an investor from Andressen Horowitz? How do you develop an idea in a working business? When is it time to scale? Mike Butcher will deliver a lecture, "How to create a start-up with a billion-dollar estimate outside the US." As of June 2017, there are 162 technology "unicorns" - non-public companies with an estimated value of over $1 billion. They're mostly concentrated in Silicon Valley, and it may seem that the secret of success for any technology business is an office in the U.S.. A leading European Techcrunch journalist and one of the most influential people in technology by the rankings of Wired UK, as well as an ex-adviser to the prime minister of Great Britain on work with technological start-ups, Mike Butcher will address whether an American base is necessary or not. He will also explain how to create not just another one-day-startup, but a company that changes a market. In addition, Mike will analyze the cases of European "unicorns" Farfetch, Shazam, Transferwise, Skrill, Blablacar, Skyscanner, Delivery Hero, and Asos.
Speakers
SPEAKER
Robert Scoble, Futurologist
Scobel is one of the most famous blogger-futurologists—a social scientist who tries to explore predictions and possibilities about the future--in the world. He became popular due to his blog Scobleizer, which was blossoming when he was a technology evangelist at Microsoft.

August 23rd Lecture: The Fourth Transformation: The Future is in AR?
SPEAKER
Mikael Yang, ManyChat
Yang is CEO and co-founder of ManyChat, a marketing platform for Messenger that is popular in over 60,000 companies in 150 countries where Facebook Messenger is used for marketing, sales and user support.

August 23rd Discussion: AI, Machine Learning, Bots - How Artificial Intelligence Changed Our Communication

August 24th Discussion: The Role of Russian Companies in the World of Innovation: How to Be and What to Do Next
SPEAKER
Sasha Ivanov, Waves
The founder and CEO of Waves Platform, Ivanov's decentralized platform for crowdfunding changed the world of blockchain technology. After his platform debuted he launched the first instant cryptocurrency exchange Coinomat.com. At the same time he also created the first fiduciary token CoinoUSD, the first exchange index of cryptocurrency Cooleindex.com and also a venture capital fund ($ 200K of investments) Cryptoasset.fund In April 2016 he founded Waves, a blockchain-platform for emission and trade which in June 2016 conducted an ICO valued at $ 16M (30,000 BTC).

August 23rd Lecture: What Is Blockchain and Why Is There So Much HYPE Around It?

August 23rd Lecture: When Will the Cryptobubble Burst?

SPEAKER
Eduard Gurinovich, CarMoney
The co-founder of the online auction for the sale of used cars, CarPrice. Eduard left the operational management of CarPrice, and became the Managing Partner of the auto loan service CarMoney, where he is responsible for the development of the technological part of the business, building a partnership and investment networks upgrading the remote evaluation system cars.

August 23rd Discussion: When Will The Cryptobubble Burst?
SPEAKER
Vladislav Martynov, Ethereum
Co-founder of Yota Devices, BlockGeeks, and a member of the supervisory board of the Ethereum Foundation, Martynov has been working in the IT sphere for about 20 years. During this time, he has run several successful startups and held executive positions in leading companies including Arthur Andersen, Microsoft, and SAP.

August 23rd Discussion: When Will the Cryptobubble Burst?
SPEAKER
Ivan Novikov, Wallarm
The CEO of Wallarm, since 2004 Wallarm has been involved in web application security, and has authored many research studies. He has received many awards for discovering vulnerabilities in Google, Facebook, Twitter, Nokia and Yandex. Additionally, Novikov has spoken at such international conferences as BlackHat USA, HITB Amsterdam, ZeroNights, PHDays. He's now working on creating algorithms for detecting attacks on Web applications used in Wallarm WAF to protect complex projects with a high load.

August 23rd Discussion: AI, Machine Learning, Bots - How Artificial Intelligence Changed Our Communication

August 23rd Discussion: Security and Privacy on the Internet: How to Live in the Era of Snowden

SPEAKER
Mike Butcher, TechCrunch
According to WIRED UK Butcher, the editor if TechCrunch, is the most influential person in European technology. He was an advisor to the prime minister of Great Britain and the mayor of London on technology start-ups. Awarded the Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II in 2016 for achievements in technology and journalism, we feel honored to have him.

August 23rd Discussion: When Will the Cryptobubble Burst?

August 24th Moderator of the discussion: The Role of Russian Companies in The World of Innovation: How to Be and What to Do Next

August 24th Lecture: How to Create a Start-Up With a Billion Dollars Outside of the US?
SPEAKER
Petr Kutis, FinalPrice
Founder and CEO of FinalPrice, Kutis is founder of the tourist service OneTwoTrip, and the former top manager of AnyWayAnyDay. An expert in travel market services.

August 23rd Discussion: AI, Machine Learning, Bots - How Artificial Intelligence Changed Our Communication

August 24th Discussion: The Role of Russian Companies in The World of Innovation: How to Be And What to Do Next
SPEAKER
Alexey Moiseenkov, Prisma
CEO and founder of Prisma Labs, one of the most popular mobile photo processing applications in the world, Moiseenkov is an expert in the field of artificial neural networks.

August 23rd Discussion: AI, Machine Learning, Bots - How Artificial Intelligence Changed Our Communication

August 24th Discussion: The Role of Russian Companies in the World of Innovation: How to Be And What to Do Next
MODERATOR
Clay Dillow, Fortune
A Fortune journalist, Clay writes about technology and aerospace. He also collaborates with CNBC and Popular Science. His articles have been published in Time, USA Today, Discover, and Scientific American.

August 24th Moderator of the discussion: Robots Against People: Who Wins?
SPEAKER
Josh Constine, TechCrunch
Josh is the editor-at-large for TechCrunch, where he's written thousands of blog posts about tech giants and start-ups over the past five years. His coverage focuses on social apps including Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter; music apps including Spotify, Apple Music, and SoundCloud; and early-stage startups from Y Combinator and other accelerators. Constine has had over 900 of his scoops and thought pieces featured on prestigious tech news curator Techmeme. During his five years of pro blogging, Constine has moderated over 80 on-stage talks in 11 countries with notable figures including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, whistleblower Edward Snowden (via video chat), and U.S. Senator Cory Booker.

August 23rd Moderator of the discussion: Security and Privacy on the Internet: How to Live in the Era of Snowden

August 24th Moderator of the discussion: Autonomous Car: When Will the Profession of the Driver Go the Way of the Dinosaurs?

August 24th Lecture: Storytelling for Startups: How to Attract the Attention of the Press and Investors
SPEAKER
Oleg Seydak, Вlackmooncrypto
Founder and CEO of Blackmooncrypto as well as founder of Flint Capital, a venture capital company, Seydak has also founded alternative lending firm in Europe. Previously, he was the managing director of FINAM Global Venture Fund. Specialization: venture capital, start-ups, and private equity.

August 23rd Discussion: When Will the Cryptobubble Burst?
SPEAKER
Konstantin Vinogradov, Runa Capital
Analyst, and executive director of the IT cluster Fiztech, Vinogradov researches transactions, and conducts legal examinations and analytics. He is an expert in project management (PME) and holds Master's degrees in mathematics, physics and computer science.

August 24th Discussion: The Role of Russian Companies in the World of Innovation: How to Be and What to Do Next
SPEAKER
Petr Lukyanov,
Phystech Ventures
Lukyanov is a managing partner and co-founder of the Phystech Ventures Foundation. He boasts more than nine years professionally engaged in investment, six of them - in the venture capital industry. He worked as director of the investment department of the Skolkovo Foundation. Petr has broad experience in investments in the fields of refining technologies, big data, and new materials.

August 24th Discussion: The Role of Russian Companies in the World of Innovation: How to Be and What to Do Next
SPEAKER
Kirill Ermakov, QIWI
Kirill Ermakov is the CTO of QIWI Group. Started as common information security researcher of *nix, virtualization technologies and iOS in Positive Technologies. Accidentally mutated to a web application security expert and enterprise security architect. Permanent resident of multiple bug bounty programs as a researcher. Hacked ECU with Dmitry Sklyarov before it became mainstream.

August 23rd Discussion: Security and Privacy on the Internet: How to Live in the Era of Snowden
SPEAKER
Danil Rudakov, Deliver
Danil Rudakov is the founder and general director of Deliver online shipping service (iCanDeliver). In 2014, Rudakov was carried away by the idea of optimizing logistics chains online and founded the startup iCanDeliver, later renamed Deliver. Having received investments from A&NN Alexander Mamut and Amereus Group in 2016, the company was able to increase the number of accredited freight carriers by almost five times, and the daily number of orders increased to 100 shipments per day.

August 24th Discussion: The Autonomous Car: When Will the Profession of the Driver Go the Way of the Dinosaurs?
SPEAKER
Ilya Ekushevsky, Busfor
Co-founder of the service for selling tickets for intercity buses Busfor, Ekushkevsky is a former professional sportsman-race car driver. From sports, he went to stock trading of shares of public companies, and then into business for himself. The Busfor project in partnership with Artem Altukhov launched in 2012.

August 24th Discussion: The Autonomous Car: When Will the Profession of the Driver Go the Way of the Dinosaurs?
SPEAKER
Artem Kukharenko, NtechLab
Founder of NtechLab ,Kukharenko worked in the Moscow Research Center Samsung. He also collaborated with Purdue University's e-Lab laboratory. In 2015, he founded the company NtechLab to develop smart algorithms that combine the experience of the human intellect with the high efficiency of machines. In the same year, the startup won the world championship for face recognition. Called MegaFace, it was organized by the University of Washington where they came over from Google and Peking University teams. In February of 2016, on the basis of the NtechLab algorithm, the FindFace service was launched, which searches people for photos in the social network "VKontakte". In 2017, the NtechLab team became a leader of the rating of the National Institute of Standards and Technologies of the U.S. Department of Commerce.

August 23rd Discussion: AI, Machine Learning, Bots - How Artificial Intelligence Changed Our Communication
SPEAKER
Kristina Karpusheva and Sasha Letsius, 404 Art project
The art project was born in an attempt to establish a definition of evisceration of conventional dogmas and values. In 2016 two artists joined together to create projects that could push the meaning of clarity to the limits in terms of modern generative art.
Both of the artist feel that 404.zero is a foundation that provides an opportunity for infinite creativity. Kristina, a media artist/designer, has been actively making installations and audiovisual performances since 2015. Alexander is the co-founder of Tundra collective which produce large-scale audio-visual installations. They also participated in many international festivals and exhibitions in Russia, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Indonesia, USA, Korea.

August 23rd Perfomance

August 24th Perfomance
SPEAKER
Roman Tarasov, Cognitive Technologies
The Vice President for Corporate Development and Investments, Cognitive Technologies. Roman worked in the largest mining and metallurgical holding Metalloinvest, where he was the deputy head of international projects.

August 24th Discussion: Autonomous Car: When Will the Profession of the Driver Go the Way of the Dinosaurs?
SPEAKER
Evgeniya Dvorskaya, JungleJobs.ru
Founder and CEO of JungeJobs.ru, JJuber.ru, North.ai. Actively engaged in creating products to automate the HR process. She is an expert in labor market changes. From 2005-2009, Evgeniya worked in the Manpower company "Anchor". She next moved to Business Development Manager and Project Manager of the Department of Strategic Development at the head office in Moscow. After that, she held the position of Deputy General Director for Development at the Beagle Company and was responsible for brand development and bringing it to the Russian market. Simultaneously, she was responsible for regional expansion (8 offices, more than 180 employees), she was coordinating management, marketing and customer relations. In April 2014, Dvorskaya launched JungeLobs.ru, in September and December 2016 JJuber.ru and North.ai respectively.

August 24th Discussion: Robots Against People: Who Wins?
SPEAKER
Dmitry Kravtsov, Quantum wave fund
Dmitry is engaged in drones and robots. He is also responsible for the technological evaluation of venture projects in hardware for early stage investments. He has been working in the venture industry since 2009, including five years as a partner in the Department of Investments and Grants of the Skolkovo Foundation.

August 24th Discussion: Robots Against People: Who Wins?
SPEAKER
Alexander Gostev, Kaspersky Lab
A Chief antivirus expert. Gostev has been working at Kaspersky Lab since 2002. Starting his career as an antivirus analyst, in 2008 he founded and headed the Global Center for Threat Research and Analysis. Since 2010, he has been the chief anti-virus expert of the company. Alexander is studying a wide range of issues related to information security. At the same time, he pays special attention to new threats and malware for mobile devices. Prior to joining Kaspersky Lab, Alexander worked for several years in the IT security industry.

August 23rd Discussion: Security and Privacy on the Internet: How to Live in the Era of Snowden
SPEAKER
Dmitry Zaryuta, EasyTen
Dmitry graduated from Samara State Medical University and got his degree in the Central Research Institute of Dentistry and Maxillofacial Surgery and at the University of Milan. He is a certified maxillofacial and plastic surgeon. In 2012, he left medicine to create his own IT company. In the spring of 2014, the company headed by Dmitry Easy Ten successfully passed the program of accelerating the FRI and attracted SEED investment. In the fall of 2014, Dmitry received a grant from Facebook and became part of the FbStart community. In early 2015, Easy Ten was released in in 40 countries and 11 languages.

August 24th Discussion: The role of Russian companies in the world of innovation: how to be and what to do next

CURATOR OF THE CONFERENCE
Anastasia Shvetsova, M&A PR
Managing Partner of the international PR studio M&A PR. Specializes in PR in the venture industry. The studio promoted such companies as Houzz, HotelTonight, Gett, Toptal, Carprice and many others. Ex-PR director of Strelka Institute and Afisha company.
SPEAKER
Maxim Goncharov, Cherry Lab
The Director General of Cherry Lab. Maxim got carried away with programming at 11: on QBasic wrote his first games - the Battleship and something like a Tamagotchi. He founded the company "33 Bit", which made "PokemonGo for company parties": there were many mistakes, the focus changed several times, and eventually Goncharov left the business. At the end of 2016, together with Stanislav Veretennikov, the ex-head of the mobile development group of Yandex, Goncharov began working on the Cherry project - an intelligent system in the field of computer vision based on artificial intelligence, which would secure the house and its residents and track the force- Majeure circumstances.

August 23rd Discussion: AI, Machine Learning, Bots - How Artificial Intelligence Changed Our Communication
SPEAKER
Pavel Vrublevsky, ChronoPay
Owner and CEO of the processing company ChronoPay, Vrublevsky got famous in Russia and abroad after creating a number of Internet projects. He's a member of the committee on electronic commerce under the National Association of Electronic Commerce Participants, RAEC, the Commission for Combating Spam in the Working Group on Internet Development under the Ministry of Communications of the Russian Federation, the Commission for Electronic Commerce of the NAUET, etc.

August 23rd Discussion: When Will the Cryptobubble Burst?
SPEAKER
Alexander Frolov, Target Global
Alexander Frolov is the founder and partner of the Target Global fund (with more than $500 million under management and offices in Berlin, Tel Aviv, Moscow and San Francisco). Among the key investments are: Delivery Hero (IPO in June 2017), Blue Apron, Prosper, Auto1 Group, Cian, Timepad, GoEuro, Juno (Gett was bought for $ 200 million) and many others. Frolov specializes in investing in marketplaces, food tech and transportation services. He graduated from the London School of Economics, received an MBA from London Business School, and holds an international CFA certificate.

August 24th Discussion: The Role of Russian Companies in the World of Innovation: How to Be and What to Do Next
SPEAKER
Arkady Sandler, an expert on the implementation of conversational interfaces
Sandler has been managing his own projects -Simpo, KeyStaff Solutions and Essential Commerce. In 2002 and 2003 he was included in "The Top 200 CIOs of Russia" according to the Association of Managers of Russia. He has received the Runet Award and is one of the most popular experts on Russian Internet business in the international consulting group GLG.

August 23rd Discussion: AI, Machine Learning, Bots - How Artificial Intelligence Changed Our Communication
SPEAKER
Dmitry Filatov, Sistema Venture Capital
VP Technology at Sistema Venture Capital. Dmitry is an expert in technology, launch and scaling of Internet services. Previously, he was responsible for the launch and development of new companies at the largest German startup-factory Rocket Internet. He is a founder of several IT-companies.

August 24th Discussion: The role of Russian companies in the world of innovation: how to be and what to do next
SPEAKER
Andrey Sebrant, Yandex
Andrey Sebrant is the Chief Marketing Officer at Yandex Group. He was recruited to the company in 2004 as the Special Projects Director. Andrey's professional experience includes working with Glasnet and Lycos Europe, and as an editor of the Russian branch of the About online multimedia project headquartered in the U.S. Also, Andrey participated in the development and promotion of a number of major Russian online projects, including List.ru, Internet.ru, Listovka.ru, and others. Andrey is an author of many publications and reports on interactive marketing, and he regularly gives lectures on marketing to students of various business schools in Moscow.

August 24th Lecture: How to Make the Future Come for You Without Stepping On You: for Companies and Individuals

August 24th Discussion: The Role of Russian Companies in the World of Innovation: How to Be and What to Do Next
SPEAKER
Sergey Paranko, VKontakte
Director of media ecosystem VKontakte. He is a teacher and author of the course "Modern Internet Journalism" for Journalism Department of Moscow State University. Paranko is the co-author of the book "How New Media Changed Journalism. 2012-2016". He created the editorial analytics service "Mediator". Paranko was included in the rating of the top young media managers in Russia (2015, 2016, 2017). He`s a linguist by training. From 2014 to 2017 he was an editorial director of media projects Mail.Ru Group. In April, he joined the team of the social network VKontakte and now he is responsible for the development of creative and publishing ecosystems.

August 23nd Lecture: A New Creative Renaissance and the Role of Machine Intelligence in its Beginning
SPEAKER
Vladimir Belyy, Alpha Robotics Venture Foundation
Head of Venture Fund Alpha Robotics Venture, a founder and CEO of the robotic company Alpha Smart Systems, a shareholder and board member of several companies in the field of robotics. Bely is a scientist, an investor, an expert, an inventor, a robot technician, a robot owner and a teacher. He is engaged in the development of some projects in the niches of the "blue oceans". He took part in the development of various robotic and IT projects. The winner of the British Invention Award for his contribution to the development of science. He was included in the TOP-250 of the General Directors of Russia twice according to the the "General Director" rating.

August 24th Discussion: Robots Against People: Who Wins?
SPEAKER
Ilya Fedichev, Electric Vehicle Tech
Founder and technical director of the company Electric Vehicle Technologies. He is also a founder of the engineering company Megastroy. Fedichev is a member of the "Club of Independent Directors Skolkovo", a member of the professional community of directors of the ASI "Directory". In addition, he is an organizer of the social project "Solar Regatta" - racing boats on solar panels.

August 24th Discussion: Autonomous Car: When Will the Profession of the Driver Go the Way of the Dinosaurs?
SPEAKER
Alexander Vedyakhin, Sberbank
Senior Vice-President, Chief Risk Officer in Sberbank. Alexander's been working in Sberbank since 1999. Alexander is one of the leaders in Sberbank driving AI and ML into real life implementation. From 2008 till 2012, was first deputy of chairman of Sberbank Ukraine. From 2012 till 2015 was chief risk officer of DenizBank, Turkey. From 2015 is Senior Vice-President, Chief Risk Officer of Sberbank Group. Сontinues to serve as a Board Member of Sberbank Europe AG, Sberbank (Ukraine), DenizBank, Chairman of United credit bureau Board of Directors.

August 24th Discussion: Robots Against People: Who Wins?
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