Tariq Krim will speak at the FIC 2021!
Thursday 10 December 2020
Entrepreneur and Web 2.0 pioneer, he is also one of the initiators of the Slow Web movement (Slowweb.io), which advocates a peaceful use of digital technology.
Founder of the start-ups Netvibes and Jolicloud, two European alternatives to the major US players, he is now working on Polite.one, a platform to help Internet users regain control of their digital lives.
Former vice-president of the National Digital Council, he is also the author of a mission for the Government on the promotion of French developers in the service of a policy of digital sovereignty.
He received the prestigious TR35 scientific prize from MIT, the first Frenchman to obtain it in the Internet category. He was also designated by the World Economic Forum in Davos as "Young Global leaders" in 2008.
Tariq is a graduate of the University of Paris 7, the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications and Harvard University (Kennedy School Of Government). He has been appointed Officer of Arts and Letters.
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