Will Glenn Mathijssen be the next
FITCE.be
Young ICT Personality?

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This bi-yearly FITCE.be contest allows young ICT professionals to share their ideas and vision on major technology trends. For this year's contest, we expect you to take a side: are you an AI-believer, robotics-enthusiast, or a non-believer?

Other candidates

Glenn Mathijssen is not the only candidate, so maybe check out some of the other contributions before you vote. Here are 2 randomly selected ideas

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The Young ICT Personality Contest is organised by FITCE.be, the Belgian forum for digital professionals. FITCE.be organises seminars and webinars on trending digital transformation topics with important connectivity component.