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On March 29, as part of the business program of the Krasnoyarsk Economic Forum 2019, NII KPU experts took part in the session “New Infrastructure for Digital Economy Transformation”.

Russia is in the top 5 countries with the best rate of growth of the digitalization rate, along with leaders in this direction: Norway, Sweden, Denmark and South Korea. But even after the adoption of the Digital Economy of the Russian Federation program in 2017, the contribution of high technologies (including mobile) to the economy of the country amounts to just over 5% of GDP, which is lower than in developed countries. The development of digital infrastructure should greatly facilitate the solution of the problems of competitiveness and national security of Russia, become a catalyst for the innovation sector of the economy. For successful operation, a “smart” economy should be based on smart contracts that allow you to enter into and monitor the implementation of commercial agreements recorded in the form of an algorithm and embedded in programs based on blockchain technologies.

During the session, moderated by Evgeny Kuznetsov, head of the management company of the venture fund of Rosatom, the participants shared their expert opinions on the following key issues for the industry:

  • How to develop infrastructure for digital transformation of the economy?
  • What should be the role of the state in this process?
  • Can a digital infrastructure become a driver of Russia's competitiveness?
  • What is the potential for the introduction of blockchain technology and smart contracts in state information systems?
  • How to overcome the inertial resistance of the bureaucratic system when introducing advanced technologies?