By Vice Chairwoman Joy Cho
The Digital Almaty, Kazakhstan's Almaty annual international forum, is the largest technical event in Almaty, where representatives from companies, international IT community, government agencies and media.
The key issues dealt with by the forum was development of human capital and creative industry in the digital age, robotics technology and applications in various fields of activity, and digital innovation in industrial health education
The speaker was Nicolas Sadirac, a French programmer and physicist. The remarks of about 50 experts in each field, including Jaslan Madiev, Binance Kazakh manager, and Asem Nurgalimeva, Kazpost digital curator, the Republic of Kazakhstan digital development and freelance, are drawing attention.
In the framework of this conference, a traditional annual award was presented for outstanding achievements in the digital sector involving heads of governments of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).
More than 100 participants from four countries participated in the competition in robotics, new technology, and programming.
Holding a technology marathon for industrial companies is designed to choose innovative technologies and IT solutions to solve existing problems within corporate needs.
Ddomestic and foreign experts and representatives of the IT industry participated in the panel discussions to discuss pending issues and global challenges of reversing the innovative technology industry.
The Technopark Exhibition features large international technoparks in Central and Middle East and South Asia that contribute to the creation and development of viable IT ecosystems in Eurasia and beyond and share experience and information on projects being implemented.
Participants can find out more than 100 startups about their projects such as edutech, medical technology, fintech, lot, AR/VR, agricultural technology, and cybersecurity.
Representatives of large companies in Kazakhstan share the best solutions in fields such as automation of ecological digitization and development of digital twin industries.
In addition, there is an innovation center and venture field exhibition hall, especially the Astana Hub Battle, which was popular with many participants.
The Biggest Battle for the Best IT Startups Astana Hub Battle IT. It is a platform where startups compete for the title of "the best."
The prize money is a total of $18,000, the winner gets $10,000, the second place gets $5,000, and the third place wins $3,000
At the university fair, there is Kazakhstan's largest IT exhibition in education, and major universities in Kazakhstan talk about admission to education programs and employment prospects.
On the B2B platform, multiple networking areas for negotiation with potential partners or investors allow for concluding profitable contracts directly from the forum.