Public Event: Co-creating Disruption?
Public Panel Discussion at DTU in Lyngby
Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, 22nd May 2019“Disruption” has become a rallying cry for innovators that cherishes the profound societal impacts of emerging technologies – from robotics and self-driving cars, to AI, biotechnology, and new energy systems. Likewise, it has become a hot topic in the public sector as a strategy that can help optimize our services through new policy and rethinking policy processes. Yet, disruption has both positive and negative connotations. Many recent controversies in Europe and elsewhere can be understood as a call for less disruption and greater empowerment of society to steer exactly where and how we want to be disrupted. Read More