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All Danish universities join forces for the largest research and tech fair in the Nordic region

Artificial intelligence, quantum computing and machine learning are technologies that are transforming our world, and will become the next game changer for Danish companies. Being a leader in digital technologies is crucial for both the individual company and Denmark's entire competitiveness.

This is why the entire community of Danish universities now join forces with the Danish ICT Industry Association (IT-Branchen) and The Media House of Technology (Teknologiens Mediehus) to create a focal point for displaying the latest research and the large number of businesses and start-ups driving the digital development in Denmark - and the Nordic region.

At the Department, we are happy to announce that we are part of the DIGITAL TECH SUMMIT, which will take place in Copenhagen this November. The event will be Denmark's unifying showcase for digital technologies and a venue for strong research environments, technology leading companies and start-ups.

Learn, explore and meet

DIGITAL TECH SUMMIT is part conference, part exhibition and part networking activities where CEOs of technology companies, researchers, students, fast-growing startups, policymakers to ask a simple question: Where to next? Is it time to rethink our goals in a new world? Moreover, how can digital technologies like artificial intelligence, robots, cyber security, Internet of things, 5G take us further, create new jobs and solve some of the major societal challenges we face such as climate change, healthcare & disease prevention, etc.

Visitors at the DIGITAL TECH SUMMIT can meet and listen to some of the most talented and renowned researchers, business leaders, technology companies and innovative start-ups as well as prominent key note speakers such as the Vice-chair of the EUROPEAN Commission, Margrethe Vestager, who will share her visions for a strong European digital leadership through targeted research and technology-based initiatives, focusing in particular on how we develop and use AI. Another main name is world-class researcher Serge Belongie, professor and research director at the renowned Cornell University in New York and CEO of the upcoming AI Pioneer Centre, who will share some of the latest research within the use of computer vision and image recognition.