Today, we must discredit common thoughts that the Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies can only drive our world to consumerism, political insecurity, and existential threats. We need to constantly highlight how innovations are used to make our planet a better place instead.
DAVOS, Switzerland (PRWEB) January 21, 2020
On January 21, 2020, Vitaly Sedler, CEO and co-founder of Intellias (https://www.intellias.com/), one of the top performing software engineering large-scale companies on the Ukrainian tech stage, will join the panel discussion in the Ukraine House Davos. This year, Vitaly will accompany Ukrainian business and political leaders in discussing the topic “Will Technologies Save the World?” to support the World Economic Forum 2020 statement of “Stakeholders for a Cohesive and Sustainable World”.
“Today, we must discredit common thoughts that the Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies can only drive our world to consumerism, political insecurity, and existential threats. We need to constantly highlight how innovations are used to make our planet a better place instead. Intellias mission is to support the Fourth Industrial Revolution and be a part of a new kind of social economy. The economy with human touch and determination to enhance the world and our lives. By embracing electric vehicles, robotics, renewable energy sources, smart cities, and sustainable agriculture, we're helping technology save the world.” - Vitaly Sedler, CEO and co-founder of Intellias
Vitaly Sedler along with other thought leaders will discuss how inventions in AI, robotics, virtual reality, big data, biotech, 3D printing, space exploration, and genetic engineering are changing our lives. Stakeholders will gather to showcase how technology innovations will change our world and lives for the better.
Ukrainian IT industry is already making a significant contribution to the world’s sustainable development. In particular, Intellias, with its solutions and projects in the domains of autonomous vehicles, urban mobility, and sharing economy, has already initiated a positive shift towards greener future and more conscious society.
Ukraine House Davos will cluster top academics, politicians, business, and civil society leaders to address global economic and environmental challenges. For the third year in a row, Ukraine House will go alongside the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting to uphold its ideas and statements. Ukrainian leading players will meet and showcase the Europe’s largest country as a dynamic, creative, and innovative society with plenty of opportunities and a fast-growing economy.
About Ukraine House Davos
A multi-format hub, Ukraine House Davos showcases Ukraine and its fast-growing economy to global business leaders. It displays a dynamic, innovative society powered by creative talent with a passion for freedom and openness, in Europe’s largest country.
Under the theme ‘Ukraine: Creativity, Innovation, Opportunity’ Ukraine House Davos highlights the best of the country through its international speaker program. It is a center of communication and hospitality with a series of global panels, presentations and networking opportunities. It hosts conversations about global challenges that shape our future, and opportunities that Ukraine offers. It demonstrates the diversity of this nation with a thousand years of history. It conveys the positive energy of the new Ukraine driven by the new generation.
Intellias is a software engineering company with nearshore development centers in the Ukrainian cities of Lviv, Kyiv, Odesa, Kharkiv, and Ivano-Frankivsk, as well as on-site offices in Berlin, Germany, and Krakow, Poland. The company has 18 years of experience in the DACH and Benelux countries, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada. KPMG has highlighted Intellias as one of the leading IT-BPO providers in Lviv. Intellias has also been recognized by Inc. 5000 as one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in Europe. In 2018, Intellias got backing from Horizon Capital, the biggest private equity fund in Ukraine, to broaden its delivery footprint and increase service capabilities with new delivery centers in Central and Eastern Europe.