Seminar

IS Aspects of potential benefits from decentralisation in IT

In this seminar, we will look at critical aspects of decentralised IT systems and consider their applicability to the public sector.

Time
- Europe/Lisbon
Details
Open to public

In our upcoming seminar, we will explore how societal transformation through the lens of decentralized systems. Join us as we dissect a detailed case study, revealing why a crucial aspect can captivate society’s imagination.
 

Highlights of the presentation

Decentralization: Learn how trusted third parties, identity systems, and local governance can revolutionize our communities.

Healthcare: Discover innovative approaches to improve healthcare delivery.

Transparency and Accountability: Explore how decentralized systems ensure trust and quality assurance.

Fighting Corruption: Uncover strategies to combat corruption using decentralized mechanisms.

Intellectual Property Protection: Safeguard creators’ rights while fostering collaboration.

Military Management: Explore the intersection of decentralized technology and military operations. 

 

We will present assignments throughout the seminar.

Speakers

Kim Peiter Jørgensen

Lecturer

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