Drugi jezik na kojem je dostupan ovaj članak: Bosnian
The NetWork 9 conference, held at the end of last week in Neum, Bosnia and Herzegovina, revealed the latest information from the world of AI development and other IT technologies.
In 80 lectures across three days of the conference, participants had the opportunity to listen to the greatest achievements that drive global economies and societies.
At the Business Day, the experiences of some of the leading Bosnian companies were shared, and interesting workshops were held for IT specialists. The participants also had the opportunity to enjoy the productive panel discussion organized by Mistral Technologies about what’s new in the DevOps world with the participation of lecturers of the NetWork 9 conference.
Special attention has been paid to women in the IT sector this year and prominent and successful women experts from local and regional companies were introduced. On the third day, the IT Girls project was presented, supported by UNICEF, which promotes gender equality in BiH’s IT industry.
The NetWork 9 conference has gathered at 1100 people from the sphere of IT, business, academia and public institutions that have taken advantage of business opportunities and knowledge sharing.
The assessment of the NetWork 9 conference was given by Microsoft’s Enis Šahinović, who was in charge of this year’s conference program: “The NetWork Conference once again saw growing number of participants and lecturers, but even more important is the satisfaction of all conference participants with the offered content and opportunity for business meetings with local partners, IT experts and representatives of some of the largest BiH companies. With the program, or topics of the NetWork conference, such as artificial intelligence and the enhancement of security of IT infrastructure, identity and data, each year we also point to global trends and solutions that can be applied in the public and commercial sectors, with the desire to see some of the solutions also implemented in Bosnia and Herzegovina already by the next year. Digital transformation as a term means nothing if it doesn’t follow the introduction of digital identities of citizens and legal entities, e-signatures, certificates or e-stamps, all followed by the exchange of information between institutions, and with the existence of good will and awareness for the need to implement such solutions, which is possible with the support of available technology solutions and Microsoft partners.”
The statement of the program director of the ninth NetWork conference was also the conclusion of all the companies that supported this event – “There is need in Bosnia and Herzegovina to catch pace with the digital transformation of the market and society, and show that this country possesses experts who are capable of carrying this out.”