A space for professional exchange and interaction

Creating a flexible, well connected organization, committed to its time, and to playing an active role in the country’s development, above all, able to bring together information technology and communications (ICT) professionals affiliated with the state and self employed sector, are priorities for the Union of Computer Scientists (UIC), a professional non-profit organization founded this past Monday, March 7 at the Havana Convention Center.

Referring to the general principles which will guide the organization’s work – which currently has 6,000 members – recently elected UIC President, Ailyn Febles Estrada, noted that the group aims to bring together all relevant actors and entities in a space to share knowledge, experience and ideas, and thus contribute to the digitalization of Cuban society.

Participating in the UIC’s National Constitutive Assembly were Mi­guel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, a member of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) Political Bureau, and first vice president of the Councils of State and Ministers, as well as Jorge Cuevas Ramos, a member of the PCC Central Committee Secretariat and Maimir Mesa Ra­mos, minister of Communications.

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