Rome will together with Boston and Tokyo announce the first draft of the Manifesto “Tech for Peace in the Global Enlightenment Age” on October 25 at John Cabot University.
This Manifesto as a part of the United Nations Centennial Initiative and support of Under-Secretary-General, Tech Envoy Amandeep Gill.
Francesco Lapenta, the Founding Director of the John Cabot University Institute of Future and Innovation Studies
Franco Pavoncello, President of John Cabot University
Governor Michael Dukakis, Democratic Party Nominee for President of the United States, 1988
Ramu Damodaran, Co-chair of United Nations Centennial Initiative
Zlatko Lagumdzija, former Prime Minister of Bosnia & Herzegovina
Mats Karlsson, former Vice President of World Bank
Nguyen Anh Tuan, CEO of Boston Global Forum
Yasuhide Nakayama, former Japanese State Minister of Defense
Kazuo Yano, Chief Scientist of Hitachi
Alex Sandy Pentland, MIT Professor
Zaneta Ozolina, Professor and Chairwoman of LATO and Riga Conference
Roland Schatz, CEO of Media Tenor and Founder and CEO UNGSII Foundation
Allain Cyntryn, Former CTO of Goldman Sachs
After this BGF-John Cabot University conference, the Manifesto will be continually discussed, and the official version will be presented on Global Cybersecurity Day December 12, 2022 at Loeb House, Harvard University, together with the World Leader Award in AIWS.