‘G20 DEWG’ concludes in Hyderabad
The Second meeting of the ‘G-20 Digital Economy Working Group (DEWG)’ concluded in Hyderabad today.
About 100 delegates deliberated upon issues like Digital Skilling, Digital Public Infrastructure and Cybersecurity in Digital Economy at length during the three-day meeting.
A multi-stakeholder Workshop was held on Mutual Recognition Framework on Digital Skills besides three thematic sessions held as a part of the side events.
The delegates discussed topics like High-Speed Mobile Broadband and its impacts, Digital Inclusion – Connecting the Unconnected and Sustainable Green Digital Infrastructure: Challenges and Opportunities in detail.
An official release stated that the best practices and new initiatives were shared during the sessions. Initiatives especially related to Financial Inclusion and Universal Digital Healthcare and their impacts in India were highlighted.
The Delegates also visited IIT-Hyderabad and T-Hub to experience the country’s path-breaking projects and cutting-edge research in the field of digital and telecom technologies like 5G Products, 6G system prototypes, and AI-powered RNA- electronic test kit among others.
Over the three days, several cultural programmes were also organised, and the richness of culture, cuisine, arts, and folk forms of India were showcased to the delegates. The next and third in-person meeting of the Digital Economy Working Group is planned to be organised later in the month of June at Pune.