23 April, 2018

AEF-2018: Kazakh students to meet with representatives of world’s intellectual elite

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At the press briefing on preparations for the XI Astana Economic Forum: Global Challenges Summit 2018, First Vice Minister of National Economy, Ruslan Dalenov, said that this year's Forum program for the first time provides for a special festival of lectures by eminent speakers for students, reports primeminister.kz.

According to the First Vice Minister, special events will be held on the basis of leading universities of Astana: lectures, presentations and meetings with the world experts – participants of the forum.

"Our future scientists, inventors, programmers will have the opportunity to meet with leading thinkers. Who knows, maybe the future Nobel Prize winners study at Kazakh universities, meet and ask questions to the speakers of the forum, and inspire them with their ideas," said Ruslan Dalenov.

The history of the AEF shows that the speakers of the forum at different times were politicians, scientists and economists, journalists and public figures of the world level, representatives of international organizations, financial institutions and business elites.

During the press conference, Ruslan Dalenov pointed out that the agenda of the forum is aimed at future challenges. In this regard, experts are selected under specific topics: cryptocurrency mining, smart cities, artificial intelligence, industrial robotization.

Recall, the XI Astana Economic Forum: Global Challenges Summit 2018 will be held in Astana on May 17-19.

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