Digitalization and use cases in Denmark

Total Seats: 100

Date and Time:

April 23, 2024 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Event Location:

The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Information Studies, Hongo Campus, Ubiquitous Research Building, 3rd floor, 7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo-to, 113-0033, Japan

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Both Denmark and Japan are promoting digitalization while incorporating new technologies.

During this Seminar organized by The Danish Embassy and the Japanese Data Society Alliance (DSA), four Danish companies as well as Japanese researchers and legal professionals will introduce and discuss actual use cases of digitalization using new technologies and ways of thinking including issues related to the handling of personal information and data usage in Denmark and Japan.

Event Language: English

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Event Timelines

13:00 Doors Open
13:30 Opening Remarks

Opening Remarks by Noboru Koshizuka,  Professor, Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies, The University of Tokyo

13:35 Keynote Speech

Keynote Speach by Takafumi Ochiai,  Senior Partner, Head of Policy Research Institute, Atsumi & Sakai

14:00 Revolutionizing front yard services by Nicolas Jøns Larsen, CEO, Front Desk Japan K.K.

The Danish queue and appointment management system FrontDesk was successfully launched in Japan in 2023. FrontDesk has partnered with Japanese tech pioneer TACT Inc. to combine the modern booking platform with cutting-edge AI technology. This partnership now ensures that everyone has 24/7 access to book appointments for essential public services, fostering a better, more digital and inclusive society for everyone in Japan. In this session, the two companies will share key insights from cities around the world. 

14:25 Computing on all the world's data by Mark Medum Bundgaard, Chief Product Officer

At Partisia we are pioneers in building, tailoring and offering high-security privacy preserving software by providing new standards for secure solutions to protect and compute on confidential and highly regulated data. In this session, we will present how Europe is currently focused on using privacy preserving measures in the healthcare industry to encrypt, protect and enable collaboration between hospitals and organizations using Multiparty Computation. In extension of that, we will also present the future of data ownership, where each citizen is at the center of their own personal data, and has the power to controllably share it in a transparent and secure way across industries

14:50 Break
15:00 How building online trust empowers your brand by Jesper Essendrop, CEO

In a time when consumers face a deluge of digital noise and competitors loom around just a few clicks away, consumer standards and expectations are ever growing. Trust is the currency in the online world, and brands need to prioritize building online trust in order to cut through the noise, build a brand community, and win the loyalty game. Join the seminar to learn from a leading SaaS company in Denmark that empowers organizations and brands all over the world to earn & nurture trust by delivering online experiences that are fair, transparent & reliable. This seminar is for you if you are interested in: - Why building online trust should be a priority for brands & retailers - How brands can deliver 5-star, reliable digital experiences while saving costs and selling smarter - How Queue-it helps brands build loyalty by facilitating customer trust, including success stories of customers such as ANA and ISETAN MITSUKOSHI 

15:25 GDPR & HR Data Management: Compliance, Security & privacy in employee data design collection & storage By Ginto Asia G.K. partner for HR-ON ApS

HR-ON will share the importance of the processes relating to design, collection, storage and access of Employee data, an often overlooked area leading to GDPR (and Japanese APPI) compliance issues in companies/Organization. 

15:50 Closing Remarks

Closing remarks by Noriaki Okui Representative Director / Chief Director, Data Society Alliance