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Canadian Digital River fascinates student attending WCIT 2012

Walking on a digitally created river was one of the highlights of student David Dong’s trip to the World Congress of Information Technology (WCIT 2012) in Montreal.

Sign up now to jam online with tech experts around the world

Share your ideas for the global digital society at one of the largest global online tech forums ever held. Sign up now for the World Tech Jam on June 5 to 7.

Enter Your WCIT Digital Tech projects in the United Nations Youth Summit Awards

Bring your world-changing digital ideas to life for a chance at the United Nations World Youth Summit Awards.

WCIT: The power of digital media, arts and culture

Digital media helped the fight for democracy in the Middle East and North Africa. It’s also changing how we access information and communicate every day.

WCIT: How digital technologies save energy and help make the planet a greener place

Green technology is making giant leaps in reducing our carbon footprint one digital step after another.

WCIT: How smart cities and sustainability are changing the world

Digital technologies are making transportation and cities smarter. It sounds futuristic but it’s already happening in cities around the world!

WCIT: How technology is changing digital skills and education around the globe

From virtual high schools to open universities, digital technologies are revolutionizing skill development and education internationally.

WCIT: How technology is changing digital health care and medical research

Dr. Google is just one way digital technologies are changing healthcare and medical research. Read the blog to find out more.

Learn how your revolutionary digital ideas can have a real-world impact

Find out how your world-changing digital ideas can win you a trip to Montreal’s World Congress on IT!

Calling All Youth - Add your voice on how the Global Digital Society can change the world

If you’re passionate about how digital technology can solve the world’s greatest challenges then we want to hear your ideas on the Global Digital Society!

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