After careful consideration and in light of the ongoing COVID-19 uncertainty, the IWDK team have made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s festival.
But stay tuned to the website for updates through the fall and mark May 4-9, 2021, in your calendar for IWDK#21Go to article
Brittany Kaiser, the whistleblower who exposed Cambridge Analytica’s role in the 2016 Trump campaign and Brexit referendums, will deliver a keynote address on trust and the importance of and fair and transparent use of personal data at the IWDK Festival’s opening ceremony at Aarhus City Hall on May 12th.
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The Tech Tales Competition at Aarhus Musikhuset on May 14th will feature some of the best and most entertaining stories of how technology is changing our lives – during an evening that is sure to entertain and inspire.Go to article
Today we celebrate Women’s Day and we talked with Jane Ulsøe, co-founder of Canvas Planner and Red Lab Experience. Jane told us about the challenges women might face and what can be done to create equality. She also had something to say to all the women who are starting their own projects. Why did you […]
What’s the secret of one of the world’s most economically productive nations and one of its happiest?
According to Gert Tinggaard Svendsen, it can be summed up in one word:
Trust.Go to article
#IWDK20 is officially open for registration for participants and event organizers.
Whether you want to host an event or attend one of the expected 140 events during the week of May 12-17, all you need to do is visit our website.Go to article
#IWDK20 is looking for volunteers to help us make this year’s festival a success.
As an #IWDK20 volunteer, you will work closely with our organizing team and the subject experts that will speak at and host IWDK events.Go to article
From May 12-17, 2020, IWDK will bring businesses, politicians and citizens from all over the world to Aarhus for a week of discussions, debates, presentations and workshops focused on how tech is transforming our lives.Go to article
Jillian York is an activist for free expression on the internet and one the world’s leading experts on internet civil liberties, censorship and digital security. She is also a fellow at the Centre for Internet & Human Rights and a founding member of the cyber...