Global Conversations: Effects of Disruptive Technology on Global Trade

Global Conversations sessions are 90-minute lively Zoom synchronous sessions in which students from several international partner institutions interact in a guided, facilitated manner on a list of global topics.  

The WTO sustains that the so-called disruptive technologies, such as blockchain, the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence and machine learning, have the potential to transform border management and the conduct of international trade. These technologies also have an impact on trade policies in terms of overseeing new protectionism against hi-tech products, adjustments in employment, skill development, trade agreements, and trade infrastructure. In this Global Conversation students from different countries may talk about how the disruptive technologies are affecting the business environment in their own countries and how they think may affect global trade.

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Tuesday, May 7 at 11:00am to 12:30pm

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