Numa, Anett

Numa, Anett

Digital Transformation Adviser, e-Estonia, Tallinn

Having lived and studied in different countries, Anett has learned to appreciate living in a digital society. Anett believes that all processes and structures of public services should be accessible and simple for every single citizen. Based on her academic background in political science, Anett focuses on enhancing good cooperation between the public and private sector to create a comprehensive and supportive environment. Her goal as a Speaker at the e-Estonia Briefing Centre is to explain the Estonian digitalisation experience and thus inspire leaders and decision-makers alike to create a better tomorrow.

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Wednesday 16 June

  • Big-Tech & European Regulations

    How to create a Europe-wide innovation ecosystem to increase the competitiveness of European companies against global rivals? What are the areas to invest in, if Europe wants to further boost the tech capabilities driving its competitive advantage? (semiconductors, e-batteries, AI etc. ) How to make sure that tech regulation (data privacy, AI, DSA) doesn´t stifle innovations in the tech sector while protecting the interest of consumers?

    • Guersent, Olivier
    • Bradford, Anu
    • Bourgeois, Hendrik
    • Numa, Anett

    What are the next steps we need to take to design and establish a functional and forward-looking system of regulation of tech heavyweights that ensures a competitive market and adherence to democratic norms?

    Habsburg
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    Grand Hotel River Park

Thursday 17 June

  • A 5G Future: Not Just Smoke and Mirrors

    What are the necessary and urgent next steps to build out nationwide full 5G networks in Europe? What benefits will the full 5G coverage bring to Europe’s citizens and businesses? What needs to happen so that 5G becomes a thriving platform for innovation and competitiveness across Europe?

    • Van Bellinghen, Michel
    • O’Donohue, Pearse
    • Pehrsson, Ulf
    • Numa, Anett

    Ensuring all European businesses and citizens have timely access to 5G coverage is vital to ensure a well-functioning and competitive single market. This is due to fact that connectivity will be an increasingly critical input for economic innovation and social wellbeing. However, building a 5G network only for coverage is not enough. Europe needs a mid-band deployment allowing for full 5G performance. This is the way leading markets are deploying 5G today. At the same time, if Europe wants to lead in the Edge Cloud technologies, high performing 5G networks are a prerequisite.

    Maria Theresia
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    Grand Hotel River Park