New Generation Internet Forum 2023 Coming in November

Conferences

Registration is now open for the NGI Forum 2023, a hybrid conference taking place in Brussels on 15-16 November. 

The event will bring together innovators, policymakers, researchers, and industry leaders to explore the future of the internet and will focus on the concept of the digital commons, enabling equitable access to information, stimulating innovation, and strengthening digital sovereignty.

 The European Union's NGI (New Generation Internet) initiative was set up to support open-source projects to transform the internet in a people-centered way. The NGI Forum 2023 will cover a number of high-priority topics, including digital identity, quantum internet, large language models, web search, decentralized social media, and open-source supply chain security - all of which are important pillars of Europe's digital transformation and the future of the internet.

Register here

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