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Webinar | In Danish
Listen to Carsten Sørense talk about the first phase of a new revolution and upcoming disruptive technology - and it's not AI.
When: Tuesday September 19th at 3-4 p.m. (15.00-16.00) CEST
Host: Carsten Sørensen, Professor Copenhagen Business School
We are in the midst of a revolution - we often hear this when it comes to new technology. We also often hear that the internet and smartphones have had a disruptive force. According to many, we are now facing a new disruptive technology and are in the first phase of a new revolution. One of these is Carstens Sørensen - former Associate Professor at the London School of Economics, now Professor at the Department of Digitalization, CBS - who we have the pleasure of inviting to a webinar.
Just as the original purposes of web technology in the early 1990s were rapidly changing, we are now in the first phase of a revolution that is often overshadowed by media interest in artificial intelligence. The purpose of this webinar is to provide an overview of the technology behind blockchain and, with concrete examples, show the significance of the technology and the changes and strategic implications it brings. From the perspective of our framework, it is our expectation that this technology will help shape Generation 6 of Digital Maturity.
Blockchain is an advanced application of the basic technology that underpins NemID and MitID. These are able to identify individuals through the exchange of non-copyable, authentic tokens. Other advanced uses of tokens, such as assets, money, or other rights, will transform the way public and private institutions interact both with each other and with customers and citizens.
A well-known example of blockchain is Bitcoin: on January 3, 2009, Satoshi Nakamoto launched Bitcoin, a peer-to-peer payment infrastructure. There is a lot of speculation surrounding Bitcoin - who and how many people are behind the name Satoshi Nakamoto, financial speculation, etc: Namely, the fundamental innovation of an "Internet of Rights" on top of the regular Internet of Data.
Share this invitation with anyone you think might be interested in exploring the potential of blockchain technology. Together we can dive into this exciting development and prepare for the changes it will bring.
The webinar is held in Danish.
03:00 p.m. CEST