Virtual Sessions 2021
As you know from our website (https://eeegov.ocg.at/) and our Twitter account (https://twitter.com/ceeegov), our conference had to be postponed and will take place on 16-17 September 2021, given a sustainable COVID-19 pandemic situation.
In the meantime, we decided to run an informal panel discussion on the days initially planned for our conference. The panel discussion will address some COVID-19 aspects and potential remedies, namely artificial intelligence and education. Each session is based on the below-mentioned papers of the authors. They will not deliver a full paper presentation, rather a short statement with the very essence of their respective contributions to start the discussion.
10.05.2021 10:00-12:00 (CEST)
- In the wake of algorithmic decision making: mapping AI-related advancements in the Hungarian public sector
Mihály Csótó, Zoltán Rupp and Sára Petényi (NKE)
- COVID-19 DIGITAL CONTACT TRACING BETWEEN PRIVACY ISSUES AND CO-PRODUCTION WHY SOME HAVE WORKED AND SOME HAVEN’T
Hiroko Kudo (Chuo University Tokyo)
- Smart Infrastructure for rural areas - Best practices and suggested actions for Moldova
Anatolie Babin et al. (AES Moldova)
- KTLO & Brownfield: Overcoming Challenges when Modernising Process Automation and Business Intelligence
Alois Paulin (University of Public Administration and Finance, Ludwigsburg)
Chairs: Alexander Prosser (Austrian Computer Society) and Robert Müller-Török (University of Public Administration and Finance, Ludwigsburg)
10.05.2021 17:00-19:00 (CEST)
- Ready to learn online? Lessons from the Covid-19 Pandemic
Helin Alagöz Gessler (University of Europe for Applied Sciences, Berlin)
- How open source tools could help remote learning during the first lockdown in Hungary? – Case study of University of Public Service.
Judit Szakos and Gábor László (NKE)
- Insufficient conditions for homeschooling in Germany exacerbate educational inequity
Oliver Sievering (University of Public Administration and Finance, Ludwigsburg)
Chair: Tamás Szadeczky (BME)