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We are Denmark’s leading digital festival and we put digital change on the agenda. Join us next year from May 12-17 for IWDK2020 in Aarhus!
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InternetWeek Denmark May 29
🤩 IWDK2019 AFTERMOVIE 🤩 Let's look back at the biggest IWDK so far! A big thank you to Moment Studio A/S for an amazing job! We look forward to seeing you again at IWDK2020 in May 12-17!
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InternetWeek Denmark May 23
WHAT CAN WE DO BETTER? 🤔 Fill out our short survey and tell us what you liked about IWDK2019, what you didn't like and what you'd like to see next year! It only takes a few minutes and we'll be super grateful! Go to survey 👉
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InternetWeek Denmark May 9
We're working hard to get the website back online. Here's an overview of today's programme to help you find your way. Don't hesitate to contact us with questions!
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InternetWeek Denmark May 9
Our website is unfortunately down! We're working on it and putting up a schedule in a few minutes with locations on today's events
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Martin Brynskov May 8
Smart Cities will help the IoT landscape scale, because, like the “old” internet, it’s built on a horizontal logic. Omar Elloumi shares his vision on the future market in Europe and the world
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InternetWeek Denmark May 7
Thank you so much Juanjo! We’re thrilled people like you take part in the festival and conversations around our digital future! 😃
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InternetWeek Denmark May 7
Replying to @jjrwud @ajkeen and 3 others
Thank you for the kind words, Juanjo – they mean a lot to us 🙏
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InternetWeek Denmark May 7
The Official Opening is not over yet as we - for the first time ever - have a part two! And after some feisty keynotes in the first part, moderator definitely has his hands full and it’s going be great!
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InternetWeek Denmark May 7
What does it mean to be human in the digital age? It’s not teaching kids to programme. A.I. will take over on those things. It’s teaching them empathy, creativity, history, disobedience - that will give them agency and allow to govern the future!
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InternetWeek Denmark May 7
We need to applaud who is the first person to stand up against monopoly and level the playing field for ‘the little man’ and create more fairness of our digital age, says . Check out the article Fairness in Tech by Vestager in the magazine!
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InternetWeek Denmark May 7
We have a crisis of agency! If we’re gonna fix the future, we have to seize back human agency, and take control. Shaping technology and not let technology shape us, says at
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Søren Peter Sørensen May 7
. : If Google is evil or good is not the most important point. The most important point is that Google is way, way, way too big.
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InternetWeek Denmark May 7
The reality of the is that it creates and so the internet hasn’t brought about a cultural renaissance as many hoped but rather confirmation of biases says at
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InternetWeek Denmark May 7
The digital revolution has created a ‘the winner takes it all’ like Google. And size is a problem because it centralizes data, money and hence power. So the idea that the internet would create a level playing field is wrong, says at
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InternetWeek Denmark May 7
Right from the beginning and everyone thought the internet would enrich the world and has always been thought of as something that will liberate our world. But he says it hasn’t - yet.
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InternetWeek Denmark May 7
The keynote speakers are on fire and ideas and thoughts are bouncing back and forth. It’s interesting and we hope it’ll linger throughout our six days of 140+ events dealing with our theme at
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Jakob Linaa Jensen May 7
and now on . I have been looking fwd to this. He is critically, engaged and balanced.
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InternetWeek Denmark May 7
“Young people, we need to keep tapping into the potential of the internet otherwise the old people will fuck everything up” says
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InternetWeek Denmark May 7
. says we’re more concerned with facial recognition than internet spionage done by e.g. the Danish police. He asks if we’re asking the right questions?
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InternetWeek Denmark May 7
is a global company but they have 300 employees in Denmark. argues that more Danish companies need to be global first
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