President Margvelashvili Opens “Silicon Valley Tbilisi” Workspace

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The FINANCIAL — The President of Georgia, H.E. Giorgi Margvelashvili has opened “Silicon Valley Tbilisi” workspace in Business and Technology University.

The President, Head of his Administration Mr. Giorgi Abashishvili, and advisors have been hosted by the university’s rector, Mr. Mikheil Batiashvili who has guided guests through the high-tech exhibition arranged in “Silicon Valley Tbilisi” workspace, according to the Administration of the President of Georgia.

As Mr. Batiashvili briefed the guests, “Silicon Valley Tbilisi” plans to implement important projects with its partners, NASA, NATO, IBM, HP, SPLUNK, and QLIK, such as: Georgia’s artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality in education, mega data analytics and visualization, cyber security, global program of space exploration.

President Margvelashvili has addressed the guests and Business and Technology University students, to be engaged in “Silicon Valley Tbilisi” global projects. As he stated, these new opportunities are what highlight Georgia on the world map. Georgia is a small state that can be identified on the world map through the achievements of distinguished people. Georgia has always been establishing its identity through these attainments.

“Innovators are the ones who actually advance the knowledge of humanity. These creators have developed science and a whole spectrum of alternative visions that we witness today.

Never be afraid to introduce radically different views, never be afraid to debunk clichés, never be afraid to express unusual and extraordinary opinions. Exactly these extraordinary views and uncommon perspectives create innovations,” noted the President.

The Presidential Reserve Fund actively collaborates with Business and Technology University and co-finances many projects.

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