20 Jan Unmanned Life CEO joins Davos 2020 for the Golden 50th Anniversary of the World Economic Forum
It’s that time of the year again, when the brightest and most impactful minds around the globe, convene at Davos to set the course for the next few years of human progress. This year marks a historic 50 years of the World Economic Forum (WEF) and aptly enough on the inaugural day of Davos 2020, the WEF launched a new Davos Manifesto – a set of ethical principles to serve as guidelines for companies in the age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
A couple of timely themes at Davos this year are ‘Tech for Good’ and ‘Future of Work’, both of which provide a meaningful platform for engaging world leaders and global entrepreneurs in the wake of the era of robotics, connectivity, autonomy and its’ implications in the workforce of the future.
Which brings us to the exciting announcement of Unmanned Life being at Davos for the second year in a row, as a key player in shaping as well as driving the transition to Industry 4.0. Unmanned Life CEO, Kumardev Chatterjee is at Davos this week for the seventh year as an appointed Expert on Entrepreneurship. Among various private speaking engagements, he will be speaking at Digital Davos 2020 on 5G and Autonomy-as-a-Service, both of which are pivotal to the upcoming autonomous economy.
We’re excited to watch how this week unfolds at Davos and we’ll be sure to share some of the highlights with you!