Live-streaming of the event
How does digitalisation change the work conditions in public governance, and what are the opportunities and challenges by using data as governing technology? At this after work event, professionals from the public and private sector who work with data and digitalisation can hear about the latest research on datadriven public governance.
The after work event “Digitale Dilemmaer: Hvordan forandrer data den offentlige sektor?”, which takes place at the IT-University on Tuesday the 13th of March 2018 from 14.30-16, is now sold out. The event will be live-streamed, so if you did not get a free ticket, stream it here.
The event is in Danish.
The event is arranged by the TiP based research group Data as Relation – Governance in the Age of Big Data, headed by Brit Ross Winthereik.
Moderator Nynne Bjerre Christensen.
14.35: Welcome and introduction to the research project Data as Relation
Professor Brit Ross Winthereik
14.45: Who will explain the algorithm when the algorithm gets too complex?Ekspertise during change in the public sector
Ph.d. student Bastian Jørgensen and Associate Professor Christopher Gad
15: Who owns citizen data and who can delete the data? An example from the health care sector
Ph.d. student John Mark Burnett and Associate Professor Rachel Douglas-Jones
15.15: The digital citizen: How do we ensure that no-one gets left behind?
Ph.d. student Jannick Schou and Associate Professor Morten Hjelholt
15.30: Questions from the audience and debate about the three dilemmas