CMU Delegation At World Economic Forum in China

CMU Delegation At World Economic Forum in China

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Carnegie Mellon University researchers and scientists will play an important role in global discussions at the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting of the New Champions, June 27-29, in Dalian, China.

Often called "Summer Davos," to differentiate it from the forum's annual winter meeting in Switzerland, the meeting brings together world leaders in business science, technology, innovation and politics. This year's theme is "Achieving Inclusive Growth in the Fourth Industrial Revolution."

CMU experts have since 2011 led conversations at the World Economic Forum in fields ranging from robotics to artificial intelligence. CMU scientists often lead discussions, give talks, demonstrate technology and provide their distinctive expertise.

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