World Economic Forum Global Risks Report 2019 lists cyber attacks as one of the most impactful and likely threats to humanity, alongside natural disasters and weapons of mass destruction. During the annual World Economic Forum meeting in Davos (Switzerland) last week, world leaders gathered to discuss these issues and seek solutions together.
Innovators from all fields expressed hope and energy that today’s most significant challenges can be solved despite the clear dangers, such as climate change, lack of inclusion, privacy issues. Our CEO Einaras von Gravrock took an active part in the meeting and discussed cybersecurity, AI, 5G and quantum computing with other technology leaders.
The main message is clear: trust is the key to transformation in a global world. Without data security and privacy, there’s no trust. Trust is not a G&A expense; it’s the cost of service for any business.
A Round-table Discussion about the Future of AI
Einaras was a part of an excellent session discussing the future of AI together with Angela Merkel (Chancellor of Germany), Sheryl Sandberg (Facebook COO), Timothy D.Cook (Apple CEO), Ginni Rometty (IBM CEO) and other outstanding participants.
Key takeaway: The key element of the AI revolution is trust. Privacy and security are integral to the foundation of the AI-powered digital transformation.
Panel Discussion about 5G
Together with Laxmi Akkaraju (GSMA CSO), Börje Ekholm (Ericsson CEO), Sigve Brekke (President and CEO of Telenor Group), we’ve shared the insights on that 5G will have on the way we connect. Watch the discussion on CNBC
Key takeaway: 5G will change more than just the speed of data transfer. It has the potential to create a whole new type of service. Advancing this technology with security in mind is essential.
Meeting the President of Lithuania
During WEF, Einaras had a chance to meet with the President of Lithuania Dalia Grybauskaite and exchange ideas about the state of cybersecurity and AI in Lithuania today.
Key takeaway: Connected World is not only about the speed and convenience. It’s also about privacy and security.
A Panel about Quantum Computing and Cybersecurity
CUJO AI is a WEF Technology Pioneer, and before the meeting in Davos we’ve participated in one of the program’s events: Quantum Computing & Cybersecurity panel together with Gadi Evron (CEO, Symmetric) and Vikram Sharma (CEO, QuintessenceLabs).
Key takeaway: Quantum computing must avoid making the same mistakes that were made building the current state-of-the-art technology.