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At the first change of the Far Eastern forum "Cupid" decided to create a "startup exchange"

On the first shift of the Far Eastern Forum
Photo: Dmitry Shcherbakov
Today the closing of the first shift "Forsythe-on-Amure" of the "Amur" youth forum, which has been working for five days, was held at the "Kholdomi" mountain-skiing complex (Sunny district of the Khabarovsk Territory). The author of the idea to replace the deputy presidential envoy in the Far Eastern Federal District Vladimir Solodov said that "the site is developing and really close to the ideal: it is a secluded place in the forest, comfortable living conditions, beautiful nature." According to him, delegates from all subjects of the Far Eastern Federal District and even the order of 20 regions of Russia - students, graduate students, researchers, university professors and employees of state corporations, enterprises and development institutions - were represented at the forum.

"The work here at the forum began at 9 in the morning and ended well after midnight. We got the result. We - the most important thing - formed a community of like-minded people who understand how to move forward and what to do so that the Far East will become the center of high technology development. " He specified that the forum managed to formulate "concrete decisions related to the use of artificial intelligence for the development of the startup exchange," the mutual search for startups and work with talented children, as well as certain things to prepare startups in the accelerator format. "

These decisions, Mr. Solodov said, will make it possible to unite all the universities of the Far Eastern Federal District into a system for finalizing and "pumping" student projects "to the level of maturity at which they can already receive funding from the funds." "The main result for me is people who got acquainted here, formed teams and felt where to go - in the coming weeks, months, and maybe years for the development of technology in the Far East." High technologies, the deputy plenipotentiary noted, "are designated by the Russian president as a priority for the development of the Far East." A month ago, he recalled, the idea of ​​creating a fund for the development of high technology in the macroregion was announced, and at the Amur forum its participants managed to "feel by their hands what the Far East is living and breathing and what is needed to support entrepreneurs in the technological sphere."

The ideas proposed at the Amur Forum, Vladimir Solodov assured, will be refined at a series of subsequent regular meetings, including in the Boiling Point format, which can begin to take place year round in Khabarovsk, Vladivostok and Yakutsk. “They will continue to refine the projects. In addition, a common event calendar for participants and a catalog of projects developed here will be created so that others can familiarize themselves with the projects and connect to them. Another format of work that we have planned: at the end of July in Yakutia there will be the second foresight in the Far East for this year, Forsyth Fleet, to continue working on ideas. There were many participants from this region on Amur, and many would go there. We come to the fact that the work on the involvement of all active people in the development of technologies becomes systemic. ”

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