Surveillance Capitalism or Digital responsibility

The Research Centre for Government IT and DI are proud to invite company leaders and public stakeholders to an afternoon with Professor Emerita Shoshana Zuboff, who has provided us with a ground-breaking and original analysis and critique of the digital society and the data driven economy in her best-selling book "The Age of Surveillance Capitalism”.

In an age when data is the foundation of almost any kind of successful business the responsible use of technologies such as artificial intelligence, is essential for both government and the private sector.

How do we as companies and public agencies act responsibly in a data-driven economy and assure transparency as to how, and for what purposes, data are used?

Get inspired!

Key note speaker: Shoshana Zuboff
Shoshana Zuboff is the Charles Edward Wilson Professor Emerita at Harvard Business School and the author of In the Age of the Smart Machine and The Support Economy. Her latest book is The Age of Surveillance Capitalism. She received her PhD in social psychology from Harvard University and her BA in philosophy from the University of Chicago. The magazine strategy+business hailed Zuboff as one of the world’s eleven most original business thinkers.

    • 12.45 Registration

    • 13.00 Welcome

      Rikke Hougaard Zeberg, Director, The Agency for Digitisation

    • 13.10 Digital responsibility as a Danish stronghold

      Lars Frelle-Petersen, Deputy Director General, Confederation of Danish Industry

    • 13.20 IT Projects and Responsible Digitisation

      Jens Schmidt, Head of Research Centre for Government IT, ITU

    • 13.30 The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power

      Shoshana Zuboff, Professor Emerita, Harvard Business School

    • 14.15 Questions and Discussion

    • 15.15 Refreshments in the foyer

    • Moderator: Nynne Bjerre-Christensen

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