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Zlatko Lagumdžija, Former Prime Minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina, joins the History of AI Board

Prime Minister Zlatko Lagumdzija, also a professor of Computer Science, becomes a Member of the History of AI Board. He was a speaker at the United Nations 2045 Roundtable together with the Father of the Internet Vint Cerf on August 21, 2020.

Over 30 years of top academic and political experience including senior level functions in the
Government of Bosnia and Herzegovina as the Prime Minister and Acting Prime Minister,
two times as Deputy Prime Minister and two times as Minister of Foreign Affairs, six times
elected Member of the Parliament and leader of the largest multi-ethnic political party in the
country in various periods between 1992 and 2015.
Strong exposure to national and international development, including institutions building,
economies in transition and competitiveness, strategic use of information technologies,
inclusive and sustainable development, promoting diversity, shared societies, participation
and dialogue, consensus building, leadership during country’s recent turbulent history in
ending the conflict, peace-building and recovery.
Member of Club de Madrid-The World Leadership Alliance and World Academy of Arts and
Sciences. Founder of Shared Societies and Values Sarajevo Foundation.
Professor at School of Business and Economics and School of Electrical Engineering,
Sarajevo University since 1989. with PhD in Computer Science. Fulbright Scholar in the USA
as postdoctoral researcher and professor. Visiting and distinguished professor of different
universities in Europe, Asia and America among which are Distinguished Professor at
Swartzman College, Tsinghua University as well as BRI School and EMI of Beijing Normal
Member of the Board of Trustees of Nizami International Center, member of Board of
Trustees Bibliotheca Alexandrina and member of numerous International Missions and
Commissions in different parts of the World.