The International Conference on Preservation of World Languages in Cyberspace took place from 1 to 5 July 2019, bringing together representatives from 60 countries. It emphasized the importance of Multilinguism in Cyberspace as a contributing element to knowledge societies
This year we celebrate the 150th anniversary of one of the most significant breakthroughs in science, the creation of a tool that allows us to make sense of the basic ingredients of our universe, and that still fuels research and innovation today: the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements.
The conference on Artificial Intelligence and the next generation of competencies was organized by the European Chair on Intellectual Capital, the University of Paris-Sud and UNESCO's intergovernmental Information for All Programme at UNESCO’s Headquarters in Paris.
The accession of the Soviet Union gave UNESCO a truly universal nature and expanded its capabilities in effectively addressing important international cultural and humanitarian issues. Today, our interaction with UNESCO remains an example of a mutually enriching partnership.