November 2014 - March 2015

Do it

It's about humans

IT and society.

This session focuses on how IT can affect the way people live and develop the region's societies. It looks on the digitalization of public institutions and services. It asks if IT can foster healthy living. It assesses the impact of IT on the meaning of distance, and how humans connect with each other in the digital age.

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Rasmus G. Bertelsen
Barents Chair in Politics, UiT, and Assistant Professor, Aalborg University
Key note video on how digitization can develop North Atlantic communities
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Mikael Hertig
Owner, Philtrum
How can Greenland become a leading IT nation by 2030? Philtrum has a comprehensive plan
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Lars Utstøl
Project Manager, U Nordic
Listen to Lars Utstøl of U Nordic explain their approach to and ambition for e-learning.
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Olavur Ellefsen
Founder, Tökni
Fighting the Gjógv Syndrome - why the Arctic should embrace education, urbanization and digitization
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Sheila Downer
Owner and Principal Consultant, Labrador Solutions
How digitazation has transformed professional and social life in Labrador
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Greenlandic Agency for Digitisation
Government agency with wide-ranging IT responsibilities
Digitization of Greenland - why and how
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