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F. A. Hayek Foundation together with Association for International Affairs (AMO) and support of the International Visegrad Fund and the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom would like to invite you to the Bratislava’s presentation of a new study focused on the impact of new technologies on the Visegrad Group states until 2030, followed by an expert discussion.

The event will try to provide answers to following questions:

  • What do the elites in the V4 states think about new technologies?
  • What kinds of technology will have the biggest impact on our lives – artificial intelligence, drones, autonomous vehicles, 3D printing, Blockchain or cashless
    economy? Will changes come faster than they did in the past?
  • How does the V4 region stand in global comparison? Will the new technologies deepen the economic relationship between the Visegrad countries and Germany, or will the
    driving force of European economy no longer need cheap products from its nearshore?
  • Can we expect a user-friendly e-government by 2030? Will FinTech disrupt the banking sector?
  • What is the role of national states and the European Union in all this? How to adapt the education systems to be able to face future challenges?


17:05 Welcoming and Introductory remarks
17:20 Presentation of the study followed by Q&A


Marcin Frenkel, Liberté!, University of Lodz, Poland
Máté Hajba, Free Market Foundation, Hungary
Martin Reguli, F. A. Hayek Foundation, Slovakia
Kryštof Kruliš, AMO, Czech Republic

Date and time

Wednesday, 24 October 2018

17:00 – 19:30


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Zahradnicka 95



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F. A. Hayek Foundation & AMO
In cooperation with
International Visegrad Fund, Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom
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