Countries like Armenia, countries that train people in how to code, can become an economic powerhouses. Richard Clarke
Monday, 07 October, 2019, 16:10
Countries like Armenia, countries that train people in how to code, can become an economic powerhouses, by tying into the knowledge economy, said expert Richard Clarke at the WCIT 2019 hosted by Yerevan.
“The future is now, the future is just now evenly distributive,” he said adding that cyber future has began, but many of us including him thought that cyber-era began 30 years ago.
According to Clarke, the first phase of our cyber world future has arrived and we can see it, it is a cyber future with new products, with new companies, with new capabilities, but it is also a new future with digital inequality.
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