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CTA Unveils Human Security Pillar: Technology Takes Center Stage!

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CTA Unveils Human Security Pillar: Technology Takes Center Stage!

According to a recent announcement by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), technology has been recognized as the new eighth pillar of the Human Security for All (HS4A) campaign. This significant development was revealed during an event held at the United Nations and co-sponsored by CTA, the World Academy of Arts and Science (WAAS), and the United Nations Trust Fund for Human Security.

Gary Shapiro, President and CEO of CTA, highlighted how technology is positively impacting billions of lives worldwide. He emphasized that we have only scratched the surface of what technology can achieve and expressed his enthusiasm for continuing to collaborate with international organizations to promote global human security through innovation.

The inclusion of technology as a pillar alongside economic, environmental, food, health, political, personal, and community security underscores its role in enhancing human well-being across all dimensions. Access to technology plays a crucial role in driving development and enables us to address pressing global challenges while bridging the investment gap for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

These themes were at the forefront of the UN event, which featured remarks from Amandeep Singh Gill, the UN Secretary-General’s Envoy for Technology. The event also included a panel discussion on harnessing technology’s power to tackle global challenges. The panelists included Kinsey Fabrizio from CTA, Garry Jacobs from WAAS, Megan Lee from Panasonic, and Samantha Kelly from CNN who moderated the discussion. Those interested can watch a recording of this insightful event on UN Web TV.

The integration of technology into discussions around human security will be pervasive throughout CES 2024. CES is widely regarded as one of the world’s most influential technological events where groundbreaking innovations are showcased. CES 2024 will serve as a platform to exhibit technologies that address major global challenges through exhibits, conference programming, and innovation awards programs.

CTA is North America’s largest trade association representing the technology sector. Its members range from startups to global brands and collectively support over 18 million American jobs. CTA is also the organizer of CES, which has established itself as a leading event for technology enthusiasts and industry professionals worldwide.

For more information about CTA and its initiatives, visit their website at You can also follow them on Twitter @CTAtech.

CES 2024 will take place from January 9 to 12 in Las Vegas. To stay updated on the latest news and announcements regarding CES, visit or follow them on social media.

The nub, the recognition of technology as a pillar of human security marks an important milestone in harnessing its potential to address global challenges. The announcement made by CTA at the UN event underscores the transformative power of technology and its ability to improve lives worldwide. As we look forward to CES 2024, it is evident that technology will continue to play a vital role in shaping our future and promoting human security for all.

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