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Conference: Successful public IT-projects
August 23 @ 09:00 - 17:00
For the second year in a row, The Department of Computer Science at the University of Copenhagen is hosting a conference focusing on successful public IT-projects, where you get the chance to learn more about the topic based on a number of concrete case examples.
Thomas Hildebrandt, professor and head of the Software, Data, People and Society Section at Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen and co-inventor of DCR Graphs, will do a presentation about the DCR tool and the big research project EcoKnow, where DCR Solutions is engaging as partner.
In this connection, Thomas will elaborate how the Ecoknow project combines the DCR tool with big data analysis in order to create new intelligent solutions and making digital case management systems in the state and municipalities more effective and adaptive.
Read more about the EcoKnow project here.
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
In a modern society, most public IT-systems work – otherwise the society would collapse. However, we take it for granted that the systems work and place our focus on the things and functions that don’t work.
Does the press tend to focus on the negative and thereby pain a very unambiguous and negative picture? Are public IT-projects really that bad? And is it true that simple solutions exist and “no one” wants to use?
The conference will discuss these perspectives and especially cover the following subthemes:
- From headache to profit: The conference will shed light to a number of projects that have exceeded the budget and/or time, but still gained profit.
- Value with (big) data and artificial intelligence: Artificial intelligence and big data are some of today’s big buzzwords – also within public IT. The conference will take a closer look on projects using artificial intelligence and/or big data to create value.
Get more information about the speakers, program ect. And sign-up for the conference HERE (Danish)
Attn: The event will be carried out in Danish