During the ITU World Telecom conferences in Bangkok, I will be speaking in two majors session covering two very hot topic of the current ICT business. Below, the release from AllTheContent. Text me, DM me, connect me, mail me, call me – in all cases I will happy to meet ; )
As media futurist and expert in new media business models, Clement Charles is one the expert selected by ITU for the “Meet The Experts” session on Value Added Services, on the relation between telcos and media firms.
As big data specialist, a privacy advocate and a digital immortality promoter, Clement Charles will also be part of the panel on Big Data & Governance. Alongside with other industry leader, Charles will share it own view on the business opportunity for telco to ensure privacy and a fair transparent usage of users data.
In preparation of his presence in two central conference of the most important IT event of the of year, the ITU World Telecom, Clement Charles has been interviewed by the ITU blog, giving a glimpse on its vision of the telco/media relationship and sharing the central importance that had ITU event in his personal and business life.
In preparation of my presence in two central conferences of the most important IT event of the of year, the ITU World Telecom, I was interviewed by the ITU blog, giving a glimpse on my vision of the telco/media relationship and sharing the central importance that had ITU event in my personal and business life.
ITU Telecom World has always been an important miles stones in my life, both as a doer and thinker.
Following last year kind invite, I accepted to participate to this year event and speak in a few conf and panels.
A very hot topic and interesting would be : “How can World Citizens Ensure their Privacy in a Digital World?” at
We will be covering questions like-
– What should citizens do and what are their rights?-
– What should be the role of Government and Business?-
– How should we ensure this in laws and international standards?
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ITU’s Green Standards Week set for Madrid, 16-20 September 2013 (pr)
Focus on advancing smart sustainable cities
Geneva, 6 August 2013 – The Third ITU Green Standards Week is set to tackle an agenda featuring ‘Smart Sustainable Cities’, e-waste, mobile device eco-rating schemes, and climate monitoring and disaster warning using submarine communications networks.
The 2013 event is being organized by ITU and hosted by Telefónica in Madrid, Spain, 16-20 September 2013, with partners comprising the Basel Convention, CEDARE, UNEP, UNESCO-IOC, the United Nations University, and WMO along with sponsors such as Huawei and Fujitsu.
The event’s agenda includes a High Level Segment on Smart Sustainable Cities, the second meeting of the ITU-T Focus Group on Smart Sustainable Cities, 17 September, as well as the prize-giving for the Telefónica-supported 3rd ITU Green ICT Application Challenge, 18 September.
I had the chance to participate to the ITU World Telecom latest event in Dubai. I was invited to speak about data and media in a panel called “Who Owns My Data”. Last night, I was preparing my break out session on digital immortality for the the QS conference.Good surprise, when I typed “digital immortality” in my evernote, I had the real pleasure to seeing one of quotes on that topic from this panel used as title of the big data section of the “outcome report” that is published after the conference. I did overview when I received but apparently did not read with enough attention as I missed my own quote of Digital Immortality : / Still it shows that the topic has impact.
You can download the complete ITU World Telecom 2012 Dubai Outcomes Report. The title with my quote is in the image above, on page 25/35.
Well, thanks a lot, Stewart and Simon !