Bali, August 29, 2022
– The 4th Digital Economy Working Group (DEWG) meeting in Indonesia’s 2022 G20 presidency will serve as the right momentum to present renewable digital technologies.
Minister of Communications and Information Johnny G. Plate said the Government of the Republic of Indonesia continues to strengthen cooperation with various developed and developing countries to face future challenges.
“Current collaboration shows how difficult our future is, and we believe the presence of representatives from the Digital Economy Working Group from G20 member countries can boost future collaboration,” said Monday. (29 August 2022).
The minister said the involvement of the private sector or digital platforms would enhance cooperation. He illustrated this by pointing to the example of the existence of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which provides support for rooting out criminals in the digital space.
“With the advent of various digital technologies such as self-driving cars, metaverses, advanced robotic assistance and artificial intelligence-based technologies, we are really starting to feel like we are living in a science fiction movie,” he said. explained.
In addition to the ITF exhibition, the Digital Innovation Network (DIN) will also be part of the series of events for the 4th G20 DEWG meeting in Bali. On this occasion, Johnny also invited her G20 delegation to attend the event.
“I would like to invite you all to attend the G20 Digital Innovation Network next week, September 2-4,” he said. Meanwhile, the minister also emphasized that the presence of representatives of his G20 member countries at the 4th DEWG meeting had a positive impact on Bali’s tourism sector.
state. Johnny therefore encouraged the representatives to enjoy all the tourist attractions that the Island of the Gods has to offer.
“Enjoy your stay in Bali and enjoy the activities in Bali, the Island of the Gods,” he concluded.
After opening the ITF exhibition, Johnny soon visited 12 exhibition booths representing 12 companies and 2 government agencies. The 12 partner companies include Traveloka, Itemku, GoTo, Gatebox Metaverse, Pre-Employment Card, Bukalapak, Halodoc, Telkom Indonesia, Gudangada, Telkomsel, Amazon Web Service, and PeduliLindung.