HAVANA, Cuba, Nov 12 (ACN) The current situation and projections on the process of computerization of society in Cuba will focus the attention of the XV Ibero-American Seminar for the exchange and updating of science and technology management (IBERGECYT), which will be inaugurated next Wednesday in this capital.
The Master in Science Ernesto Rodriguez Hernandez Director General of computerization, Ministry of Communications, will deliver the first conference of the event, with sessions at the Tryp Habana Libre hotel, announced the Organizing Committee, chaired by PhD Yenlys Catá Salgado.
A panel of experts will deliberate on the main results and scientific, technological and innovation projections and also in the initial day will be presented the book Osadía de la Ciencia, by Doctor in Medical Sciences Agustín Lage Dávila, Director General of the Center for Molecular Immunology.
The working commission sessions will deal with topics related to knowledge in general, society as a whole, government, the economy and intellectual capital: classification and measurement of intangibles, with the presence of 280 professionals from Brazil, Cuba, Colombia, United States, Spain, Mexico, Peru and Sweden.
Likewise, innovation, management models of organizations, local development and zones, knowledge networks for sustainability, management tools, publications (traditional and E-Book), and others.
With a similar agenda, the XIV Ibero-American Seminar for the Exchange and updating of science and technology management was held in Havana in 2016, under the auspices of Empresa de Gestión del Conocimiento y Tecnología GECYT.
The latter belongs to the INNOMAX Business Group, of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment.
The Cuban State is committed to supporting the computerization of society and is developing actions to conclude the initial stage of electronic government, as part of which all the organs and agencies of the Central Administration of the State, as well as the territorial governments work so that, before the end of the year, their websites are publicly available on the Internet.
It is not only to create the platforms, but that they work with good practices, that provide digital services to the population and through them interact with the people, stressed the President of the Councils of State and Ministers, Miguel Diaz-Canel Bermudez, in an analysis on these issues last October.