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DISCUSSION: Why do we need a functioning and competitive digital state?

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Discussions about leadership in any field lose their meaning if the functioning of the state, by its very nature, places obstacles and does not create an environment for the fulfillment of these ambitions. What does it mean in practice if we want Slovakia to be a world leader in something? In its current state, will the public sector support or hamper such efforts? Let us look at this through the eyes of those whose activities and business are significantly affected by the efficiency of state operation, rapid administration, availability of skilled labor and other areas, and answer the question of how the state and its digitization should go further, if Slovakia is really to play a leading role in something.

Speakers: Veronika Remišová (Deputy Prime Minister of investments, regional development and informatization of the Slovak Republic), Ronald Blaško (AmCham), Radoslav Danilák (Tachyum), Mário Lelovský (Republican Union of Employers), Anna Záhorčáková (DITEC)


Mário Lelovský

He is not only the first vice-president of ITAS, but also the first vice-president of the Republican Union of Employers and the chairman of the Digital Coalition - the National Coalition for Digital Skills and Occupations of the Slovak Republic. In 1988, he graduated from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava, majoring in cybernetics and control technology. Between 1991 and 2013, he led companies of the BaSys group, a distributor of premium consumer electronics in Slovakia and the Czech Republic. Since 2000, he has been doing business in the field of control systems of intelligent (SMART) objects, and his company Media Control provides integrated design, complex implementation, and s…
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Anna Záhorčáková

Anna Záhorčáková has been working at DITEC since 2010. For the last seven years she has held the position of Sales Director. Her task is to develop business and marketing activities of the company. She has been working in the field of information technology since 1986, after graduating in Automated Management Systems at the Faculty of Economics and Management of the Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra, she took up the position of analyst-programmer. Currently, she is the chairman of the board of directors of the joint stock company D. Trust Certification Authority, engaged in providing accredited certification services (issuing qualified certificates and time stamps). Business cases that have propelled her forward both career-wise …
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Veronika Remišová

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Since 2020, she is the Deputy Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic and the Minister of Investments, Regional Development and Informatization of the Slovak Republic. Between the years 2016 - 2020, she worked as a member of the National Council. Before that, she was a municipal deputy of the Bratislava - Staré Mesto district and lectured at several Slovak universities - at the Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences and the Faculty of Philosophy of the Comenius University in Bratislava and the Catholic University in Ružomberok. Between 2004 and 2013, she was a member of the European Commission. She graduated as an ArtD. at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava. She completed her further education at the Higher Education Cert -…
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Radoslav Danilák

Dr. Radoslav Danilak  is co-founder and CEO of Tachyum, which is disrupting data center, HPC, and AI markets by providing the world’s first Universal Processor, with industry leading performance, cost and power, across all three computational domains, while, at the same time, enabling data centers to exceed the capacity of the human brain. Danilak has over 25 years of industry experience and over 100 patents designing state-of-the-art processing systems. He serves on the Slovak government's Innovation Advisory Board. He is a member of the IDC Technical Computing Advisory Panel, the Forbes Technology Council, a contributor to TechTarget, and a member of IEEE.
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Ronald Blaško

American Chamber of Commerce in Slovakia
Ronald Blaško holds an engineering degree in air transport operations and economics (University of Žilina, Slovakia) and completed a postgraduate program in international economics at the Kiel Institute for World Economics, Germany. He has more than 15 years of experience in finance, consulting, insurance, the public finance sector, European nuclear affairs and risk management in the energy sector. During his international career, he worked as a representative of Slovak Power Plants in Forat (Brussels, Belgium). He was the vice president of Globsec and since 2018 he has been the executive director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Slovakia.  
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