Moscow joins the G20 Smart Cities Alliance project for responsible adoption of digital technologies

Moscow joins the G20 Smart Cities Alliance project for responsible adoption of digital technologies

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The community involves authorities, international organizations in the field of IT regulation, experts not only from the G20 countries, but also cities interested in digitalization of territories.

Moscow has been selected as one of the pilot regions to implement the global policy roadmap for the responsible use of digital technologies.Cooperation with members of the G20 Smart Cities Alliance will allow Moscow to share its accumulated experience and analyze the world's best practices in the use of digital technologies.

The Russian capital will become a member of the G20 Smart Cities Alliance project, which, as part of the development of digital infrastructure, will cooperate in developing common principles and approaches in the areas of information security and personal data protection, increasing the availability of urban infrastructure and electronic services for people with disabilities, and developing broadband communication networks.

37 megacities, including Barcelona, Bogota, Brasilia, Buenos Aires, London, Lisbon, Manila, Melbourne, Mexico City, Milan, San Jose, Istanbul and others, will work on the roadmap of the G20 Smart Cities Alliance. The community involves authorities, international organizations in the field of IT regulation, experts not only from the G20 countries, but also cities interested in digitalization of territories.

The International Smart Cities Alliance was formed in 2019. The organization aims to create international norms and rules for the responsible use of advanced technologies.

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Moscow joins the G20 Smart Cities Alliance project for responsible adoption of digital technologies

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