AI in Digital Government

Location: WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business) Ceremonial Hall 1 Starting on 10 April 2024 at 18:00

Organizer WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business) Marketing & Communications

Balancing innovation and data sovereignty

Changing your place of residence, renewing your passport, applying for a postal voting card – digital services simplify public administration. Now AI is set to revolutionize digital government services (GovTech). How can GovTech leverage AI to swiftly adjust to the changing needs of diverse citizen groups? How can AI assist in the sustainable digital transformation in low- and middle-income countries? And what does that mean for data sovereignty? What is a good balance between inclusive, convenient government services and control over your data? Join us for a timely debate about how AI will reshape digital government services.

Keynote:

João Ricardo Vasconcelos, Senior Governance Specialist, GovTech Global Partnership, World Bank

Discussion:

Alexander Banfield-Mumb, Deputy Head of Department Digital Strategies and Innovation, Federal Ministry of Finance

Tiago Peixoto, Senior Public Sector Specialist, World Bank

Ana Simic, Member of the supervisory boards of ASFINAG and EuroTeleSites AG

Jurgen Willems, Professor for Public Management and Governance, WU Vienna

Moderated by:

Verena Dorner, Professor for Digital Ecosystems, WU Vienna

This event is an in-person event and will take place on campus. There will be no livestream.

João Ricardo Vasconcelos
World Bank
Alexander Banfield-Mumb
Federal Ministry of Finance
Tiago Peixoto
World Bank
Ana Simic
ASFINAG and EuroTeleSites AG
Jurgen Willems
WU Vienna
Verena Dorner
WU Vienna

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